We have some practical tips for you to ensure you don't have any worries during the race weekend and can focus on what's happening on the track. 


You can bring your food and drink, including alcoholic beverages in a plastic bottle, in reasonable quantities. Dangerous packaging, especially glass, is prohibited, see details here.  

The organisers do not tolerate any variations in food preparation. So leave your grills and cookers at home.  There are plenty of refreshment stands in the stands and the fan zone, offering the traditional range of fast food. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. There are also drinking water stations around the spectator areas, which are available free of charge.

There are many stalls inside and their offerings vary, but the prices are very reasonable for the food and drink portions. The only thing is that you may have to stand in line or risk missing a key part of the race.


Before you head out to the circuit, make sure you have all the information you need saved on your phone from tickets to maps and information about your favourite riders. Especially on Sundays, there is a risk that the mobile network may be overloaded at the Ricardo Tormo circuit and you may not have a data connection. 

Think about the fact that you may not be able to reach your friends. If you want to meet anyone on Sunday, always arrange a time and place to meet beforehand just like in the old days when there were no cell phones. 


Don't forget that motorsport is very noisy. While the noise is tolerable in the normal stands, make sure you wear earplugs if you're closer to the track. If you're traveling with children, make sure they have ear protectors.


It's quite mild at this time of year, but it's a good idea to bring a sweater or light jacket for the evening. The average daily high is 20 °C and the average daily low is 9 °C. 

November is one of the rainiest months of the year in Valencia, surpassed only by October. On average, 57 mm of rain falls during the month. However, this still represents only a 24% chance of a rainy day, and any showers are likely to clear up quickly. 

Valencia is a coastal city with beautiful beaches and you'll still find many locals on the beach at weekends, even though the sea is around 15°C and too cold for swimming. 

Visiting in winter rather than summer means you'll avoid the crowds and experience this beautiful city like a local.

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