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Montjuic Park was a street circuit in Barcelona, named for the city park and hill in the heart of the city which it climbs. The circuit was first used for the non-championship Penya Rhin races in 1933-1936, and hosted the championship Spanish Grand Prix four times from 1969-1975. The final race was marred by a lack of circuit preparation by the organizers, a protest by the drivers and finally a serious accident that left five dead and Rolf Stommelen badly injured. The circuit has not been used since.

Circuit history[]

Montjuic is the name of a small mountain,in the heart of Barcelona. The word Montjuic translates to "Jewish" in old Catalan, and a medievil Jewish cemetery is located atop the mountain. It overlooks Barcelona harbor, and as such has long occupied a position of importance in local commerce.

Circuit layout[]

Event history[]

The following is a list of major events held at the Montjuic Park circuit (non-championship races are highlighted in green):

Year Event Winning Driver Winning Constructor
1933 Penya Rhin Grand Prix Chile Juan Zanelli Italy Alfa Romeo
1934 Penya Rhin Grand Prix Italy Achille Varzi Italy Alfa Romeo
1935 Penya Rhin Grand Prix Italy Luigi Fagioli Germany Mercedes
1936 Penya Rhin Grand Prix Italy Tazio Nuvolari Italy Alfa Romeo
1969 Spanish Grand Prix United Kingdom Jackie Stewart France Matra-Ford
1971 Spanish Grand Prix United Kingdom Jackie Stewart United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford
1973 Spanish Grand Prix Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi United Kingdom Lotus-Ford
1975 Spanish Grand Prix Germany Jochen Mass United Kingdom McLaren-Ford


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Circuits Pedralbes (1951, 1954), Jarama (1967-1968, 1970, 1972, 1974, 1976-1981), Montjuïc (1969, 1971, 1973, 1975), Jerez (1986-1990), Catalunya (1991-Present)
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