The Comunitat de Valencia circuit, completed in 1999, hosted its first Grand Prix and the first Spain Championship competition within that same year. The track is made up of various trajectories with different lengths that turn counter-clockwise. The GP takes place over a 4-km.-long track that comes with five turns to the right, eight to the left, and an 871-metre straight segment. Even though the circuit is actually a small one, the main edifice has forty-eight stands and the stadium-like bleachers around the track can hold more than 150,000 racegoers. The circuit’s design creates a unique environment for the enjoyment of both pilots and the enthusiastic Valencian public, something that this year will certainly translate into a veritable feast, given the fact that it will be the last Grand Prix of the racing year.