Grande Prémio de Portugal
24-26 March 2023
Grande Prémio de Portugal
24-26 March
Autódromo International do Algarve
Autódromo International do Algarve

Autòdromo International do Algarve

Photo credit: motogp.com


Pole position: Left
Length: 4.592 km
Width: 14 - 18 m
Corners: 15 (9 right, 6 left)
Longest Straight: 970 m
Constructed: 2008
Modified: -

All time record: 2023

M. Marquez (SPA)

1'37.226 - 170.0 km/h

Best Race Lap: 2023

A. Espargaro (SPA)

1'38.872 - 167.1 km/h

Best Pole: 2023

M. Marquez (SPA)

1'37.226 - 170.0 km/h

Top Speed: 2020

A. Dovizioso (ITA)

351.7 km/h


From the airport to the Circuit. The route to the Circuit from the airport is the A22 in direction to Portimão. Leave the motorway at Exit 3. Follow the signs to Autódromo Internacional do Algarve.


Nestled in the beautiful setting of Portugal’s Algarve, the 100,000 capacity Autodromo Internacional do Algarve – known more colloquially as Portimao, after the port city it sits half an hour outside of – was opened on the 2nd of November, 2008. The circuit was inaugurated by WorldSBK when they headed to Portugal for their final round of that season – but it’s not just a racetrack. The Algarve Motorsports Park is a state-of-the-art complex which boasts the stunning race track, a go-kart track, an off-road park, a hotel, an apartment complex, a technology park and a sports complex – it really is the bee’s knees. In terms of the actual circuit layout, the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve has 15 corners – nine right, six left. The undulation in Portimao is incredible and the front straight will allow the MotoGP™ riders to really stretch the legs of their machines, before a unique downhill descend into Turn 1. There's a reason it gets called a high-speed rollercoaster, it's a thrill for riders and fans alike.



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