The Circuito de Navarra is a permanent race track, built in Spain. Opening in 2010, the track has been designed and built to the highest standards, and has achieved FIA Grade T1 and Grade 2, meaning that they can hold Formula 1 and GP2 races should it be needed. The first series to visit the facility, include the Superleague Formula, and the FIA GT1 Championships. At 3.9KM long it is not one of the longest tracks, but does have some challenging corners and there are several different layouts which could be used. Spectating at the venue is very good, mainly because they listened to the fans! They have also added several areas which are dedicated to photographers, making it easier than a lot of circuits for taking photographs. As well as the main track, they also have a Kart circuit, which at the moment is used for rental Karting.