The Circuito Guadix is one of the many race tracks in Spain, this one located in Granada. Opening in 2007, the track has seen racing and testing take place since, with several of the British GT, BTCC and BSB teams electing to test on the track when the cold winter months hit the UK. The location makes it popular for winter testing, because reasonable weather is the norm, compared to the wind and rain in the UK! Looking at the track, it is 3KM long and has a good mix of fast and slow corners with varying cambers, as well as a main straight of 750 meters. Another feature which makes the venue suitable for testing is the visibility, the whole circuit is visible from the pit complex. Racing is not as common as testing or track days at the track, but does still take place.