Circuit de la Communitat Ricardo Tormo, otherwise known as Circuit de Valencia boasts 60,000 seats and a total capacity of an incredible 120,000, making it a true theatre of motorsport.
The stage? An exhilarating circuit made up of wild bends and a stunning straight. The cast? The most powerful vehicles on the planet driven by world class drivers. The main events? Some of the most dramatic and prestigious motorsport meetings in the world.
Thankfully, with TrackDays.co.uk, petrol heads and adrenaline junkies alike can take centre stage at this magnificent arena with a range of car and bike experiences.
So, let's open the red curtain and find out more about Circuit de Valencia…
Circuit de Valencia was built in 1998 but was officially opened in 1999, making it one of the newer venues in the motorsport world.
Constructed to be a nerve centre of the nation's growing motorsport industry, Valencia quickly became a hub and training centre for young Spanish talent on two or four wheels.
The master plan clearly worked, as home riders have dominated the top of the podium at Circuit De Valencia, winning 18 of the first 45 MotoGP Grand Prix held there.
And with TrackDays.co.uk, you can follow in hot pursuit of the professionals by racing on the very same track the world's best have enjoyed their greatest triumphs on.
Situated on the outskirts of the Mediterranean city of Valencia on the south-east coast of Spain, the circuit is nestled in a small town called Cheste.
Warm temperatures mean that the circuit can be used for up to 95% of the year, meaning you can rock up in the winter and still enjoy the sun La Piel de Toro has to offer!
And thanks to its proximity to Valencia and its airport (about 15 minutes drive away), as well as its position alongside the A3 motorway to Madrid, the circuit is easily accessible.
So, while you visit the port city of Valencia, be sure to visit Circuit de Valencia with TrackDays.co.uk!
Unlike other motorsport venues, the whole of the circuit is situated inside of the stadium, ensuring fans do not miss out on any of the on-track action. In fact, the furthest point of the track is at most a kilometer away, no matter where you sit or stand.
So, as you zoom around the track pretending to be roared on by tens of thousands of fans with TrackDays.co.uk, you can be safe in the knowledge that your 'audience' can see your every move (no pressure!).