Spain’s Grand Prix alternates its venues every year, but in 2014 will take place at the Circuit Barcelona-Catalunya in Montmeló, half an hour from Barcelona by (frequent) train. One of the oldest motor races in the world, it celebrated its 100th year in 2013, when the ever popular Fernando Alonso once again walked away with the trophy. The 2014 edition promises to be every bit as exciting for motor racing fans as Monteló once again hosts the year’s first FIA event to be staged in Europe. Spanish fans will, of course, be hoping that Alonso will be able to repeat last year’s victory for Ferrari, though drivers like Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber, Lotus’s Kimi Raïkkönen and Romain Crosjean, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg racing for Mercedes and McLaren’s Jenson Button and Sergio Perez are sure to make things as difficult as possible for him.
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