The Karting Campillos was inaugurated in 2005 and is the longest CIK/FIA approved international circuit in Spain. It can host international events of great significance. Its 1588 meters long and of excellent design, with fast, slow, and technically linked circuits that delight true lovers of motor sports. You can put your machine to the limit in very secure conditions. Moreover, very few circuits offer the chance to drive karts of such high technological quality.
In the Junior Circuit (550m of rope), little ones can enjoy their first experiences of driving under the close supervision of their elders. The sports complex has an area of 125.000m2 and also contains a café, terrace and shop.
Who could imagine that in mountains the near Ronda, surrounded by mountains and trees, could be the longest F1 circuit in Spain: The Ascari Race Track. Thirteen curves to the right and left many with different radii, up its 5,425 meters of track. It also has a buggy track of 600 meters, one for 4x4 vehicles, and a sliding track to practice braking, turns and other driving tactics. Other facilities: A pit building, a parking garage, repair shop, gas station and car wash. It is impressive to see the number of racing cars in the garage there, all beautiful. The Ascari Race Resort Club House also has a restaurant, pool, gardens, conference ... You can organize events and presentations and make exclusive reservations.
The Circuit de la Selva is designed to host motorcycles and car competitions. The route is 2.040 meters long, 10 meters wide and has a straight of 450 meters. It is located on the road linking Hostalric with Arbúcies. In addition to the competitions, it also allows time for free driving and can be used in programs for driving schools.
One of the most modern MotoGP tracks, created in 1999. It's only surpassed by Motor Land in Aragon. Cheste, in addition to being a unique track (in my opinion), lets you follow the race without needing a giant screen to see the race. From any seat, you can see at least 75% of the course. We were able to see 100% of the action from our seats. It hosted the 2010 Super Bike championship and it was very exciting being able to see this championship in Spain.
We took our son kart racing on the weekend of his birthday with another buddy and they had a blast. The Sils circuit is on the National II, which is near where we live but, coming from Barcelona there is a change of direction and you have to go past the golf course. They have several activities including mini golf, mini bikes and paintball. There are tracks for kids and for adults. You pay for the circuits in advance at the bar, where they explain the rules and you go. It usually lasts for about 10 minutes, time to make several turns. It was a fun afternoon, a family activity where both father and son had a great time.