F1 Madrid 01/07 - 31/08/2026

HISTORY OF THE CIRCUIT

It was announced in January 2024 that the Spanish Grand Prix would move from Barcelona to Madrid in 2026, with Formula 1 adding another city circuit to the calendar to support the current trend.

As the Madrid circuit will be new to the F1 calendar, the track itself has no history. This is certainly not true of the Spanish Grand Prix, which the Madrid track will host.

The Spanish Grand Prix was first held in 1913 at the Lasarte circuit near San Sebastian. At that time, of course, it was not part of the Formula One World Championship, as the championship was not established until 1950.The first Spanish Grand Prix in Formula 1 took place in 1951. The race was won by Juan Manuel Fanggio and was held at the Pedralbes Circuit, a street circuit in the Pedralbes neighborhood of Barcelona.

The Spanish Grand Prix has been held at various venues over the years, including the Pedralbes Circuit in Barcelona, Jarama Circuit near Madrid, Jerez Circuit, and Circuit de Catalunya (also known as Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya).

Overall, the Spanish Grand Prix has a significant place in the history of Formula 1, both for its longevity and its contribution to the history of the sport.

Spanish GP recent winners:

2015: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2016: Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing)

2017: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2018: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2019: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2020: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2021: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2022: Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing)

2023: Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing)

Most wins by a single driver: Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton hold the record for most wins at the Spanish Grand Prix (6 wins)

Most wins by a team: Scuderia Ferrari holds the record for most wins by a constructor with 12 victorie

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