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Circuito de velocidad de Jerez

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WizLiz2 wrote a review Jan 2020
Gibraltar75 contributions26 helpful votes
what a great day, there were bikes going around the track but no actual racing, but we enjoyed the Museum so many beautiful bikes of all ages and types a wealth of knowledge, you can get up close and see them properly. There are all sorts of events, guided tours or if you simple want to wonder around that is alright too, we had a beautiful sunny day, there web site is very good and informative if you want to know more details, we just went and were lucky enough to be able to do this but you can book a tour. Would love to experience a grand prix day.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Evilynn wrote a review Nov 2019
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Great layout for motorcycle track days, great experience to ride a classic MotoGP track, aspahlt needs long time to dry completely after a day of rain
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Bogfather wrote a review Nov 2019
Lydney, United Kingdom41 contributions20 helpful votes
We wanted to book our tour on the Saturday, but due to IT issues we were advised to be on the safe side to come along on the Thursday or we could take a chance. We agreed on the Thursday and were met by Consuelo as arranged. A quick tour of the museum which to be honest is not that big, and off the circuit. Consuelo was brilliant she spoke very good English and was knowledgeable about the race track, always wanted to visit and was not disappointed. We even had lunch in X1 stand and watched the bike testing at the same time. Consuelo even took time out to book our visit to her favourite wine cellar or bodega in Jerez. Great times.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Malkoppie wrote a review Jul 2019
South Africa1,589 contributions413 helpful votes
Our first moto gp at the Jerez venue was indeed a very exciting and interesting experience. We stayed about 50 minutes drive away in Montellano at a stunning Hacienda, so our approach to the track was opposite to most traffic. For kilometers on end, bike after bike passed our funny little rental car. By the time we reached the circuit on Saturday, we were surrounded by motorbikes of every size and make. Saturday parking was easy and close. There was no need to buy parking tickets for this circuit beforehand unless coming by motor bike. Parking was in the middle of a large field and right next to the track. Leaving the track, however, was a nightmare, but at least we got to see the streets of Jerez, lined with motorbikes and crazy fans. Yes, we were routed through Jerez! Incredible! ... and it took forever! Arriving on Sunday was a whole different scene. On our way to the track, the turn off we had taken the day before was blocked off. The whole highway had been redirected to flow in opposite directions. Not being able to read one word of the many and informative Spanish signs, we needed to ask for help, but of course, English was not easily understood. Finally, a traffic officer told us to keep going in the direction of Cadiz. We would finally get the option to be rerouted onto the other side of the highway, all the way back, past the circuit again to parking far beyond. It was, indeed, far, but of course added to the experience. Walking about 30 minutes back to the track was not great, but everybody else was in the same boat, unless you opted to pay for the cute little trains that could shuttle you to the track. But the queues were endless, so we decided to walk. My advice: go online in the morning to see what they have done with the traffic ... and good luck! Attending was great though. The fans are fun to watch. They are so dedicated and passionate. The track is brilliant! Facilities are very good. Toilets were clean enough and queues moved fast. Fast food available within the circuit was fair and affordable. Everybody else brought food and drinks in old cooler boxes on old frames and wheels, all customized from whatever they had at home. Most interesting to see. This was my husbands dream track at which to attend a moto gp, and he was not dissapointed. We sat Tribuna X1 M7, Row F14, Seat 154 .... Numero Uno ... as we finally learnt because every time the announcer yelled 'Numero Uno', we all jumped up for the Mexican wave which traveled right around the track. Brilliant fun!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Ravikumar T wrote a review May 2019
Crawley, United Kingdom2,443 contributions167 helpful votes
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Hello to all readers and to all staff @ Trip. I recently visited the Angel Nieto Moto GP circuit in Jerez to attend the race 3rd-5th May 2019. How overwhelmed I was...!!!! This is a huge circuit and you are looking at an attendance of over 120,000 people. Its as beautiful as massive. The race day was packed to the brim. The traffic officials / police put in a lot of hard work to keep things in order . I was staying at Cadiz, so caught a train to Jerez de la Frontera station ( Renfe 4.90 euros one way) and then took a taxi from there ( one way to the circuit 27 euros pp ). I got a good viewing seat at Tribuna M4 J12. All stands were packed. The stand on which I was did not have sun cover. There was a big TV screen, though. Merchandise gear was very expensive. Food / drinks were double the rate. For e.g....Half pint + small hot dog + 500 ml water cost me a whopping 20 euros....!!! The heat was 27 degrees and I finished off 2 litres of water over 3 hours. The portaloos were an absolute filth. Very very dirty. No flush , no wash... I nearly puked. The management company should take note of this. This is a serious contamination risk. Does Jerez circuit have health & safety standards ? I doubt so. There were cleaner toilets near the entrance, which I used later. It had a sink and liquid antiseptic hand wash. The tickets cost me 130 euros in total, though the actual e-ticket mentions 100 euros. It does not mention the extras which I paid like handling fee etc. I bought the ticket from the official MotoGP website and it was emailed to me one week before the event. The ticket was valid for all 3 days. I will return. But will bring with me all the supplies and will defo stay away from the portaloos. What a calamity !!!! Pics attached. Oh the the actual race......very very entertaining indeed. Getting in and getting out by foot was easy. Loads of taxis waiting outside. No one ripped me. All fares were paid by me after running the cost meter.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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