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Circuit Pedralbes
Circuit de Pedralbes
Location Barcelona, Catalonia
Active from N/A - present
Major events Formula One
Spanish Grand Prix
Surface N/A
Length 3.925 mi (6.316 km)
Turns 6
Lap record 2:16.93 - 166.053 km/h (Juan Manuel Fangio, Alfa Romeo, 1951, Formula One)

The Pedralbes Circuit was a 6.316 km (3.925-mi) street racing course near Barcelona, Catalonia.

First opened in 1946 in the western suburbs of the city, in the Pedralbes neighbourhood, the course featured wide streets and expansive, sweeping corners; both drivers and racing fans loved the course. The course hosted two Formula One Grand Prix in the early 1950s, but the Le Mans Disaster of 1955 meant stricter safety rules and the Pedralbes Circuit was permanently retired as a racing venue.

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Current circuits
(2012 season)

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Former Circuits: A1-Ring (Österreichring)AdelaideAidaAin-DiabAintreeAnderstorpAVUSBrands HatchBremgartenBuenos AiresCaesars PalaceClermont-FerrandDallasDetroitDijonDonington ParkEast LondonEstorilFujiImolaIndianapolisJacarepaguáJaramaIstanbulJerezKyalamiLe MansLong BeachMagny-CoursMexico CityMonsantoMontjuïcMont-TremblantMosport ParkNivelles-BaulersNürburgringOportoPaul RicardPedralbesPescaraPhoenixReimsRiversideRouenSebringWatkins GlenZandvoortZeltwegZolder

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