The Grand Tour: Clarkson, May & Hammond take on an insane banking track

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Spain - The Grand Tour travels to Barcelona where Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May take on the banked (vertical) track at Autodroma de Sitges-Terramar. 

A bit of history

The Autodroma de Sitges-Terramar was built in 1922 for oval and motorcycle racing. 

Said to have been completed in 300 days, the track has a length of 2km with two 60 degree corners.

Unpaid constructions overruns caused organisers unable to drivers who had raced at the track and as a result, the track was forbidden to host international races.

Check out their bumpy practice run: 


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