MotorLand Aragon, US F1 Team’s European base which will be used for racecar development, testing and logistics, is a 865-acre complex located in the northern part of Spain in the town of Alcaniz. MotorLand is a motorsports complex consisting of three international standard tracks, a technology park (TechnoPark MotorLand) and a world-class leisure and cultural area. In addition to world-class dirt and karting circuits, MotorLand Aragon is known worldwide for its Hermann Tilke-conceived and designed F1/MotoGP road course, the only one of its kind in Europe. The approximately 3.32-mile Tarmac track is the showpiece of the project and is essential for US F1 as we create a brand new racecar from the ground-up. Tilke has designed some of the greatest Formula One tracks in the world, including those in Bahrain, Shanghai, Istanbul and Abu Dhabi.
US F1 Team will be housed in a 20,000-square foot facility in TechnoPark MotorLand, with major departments having a presence in everything from testing and racecar development to logistics and communications. MotorLand, which is serving as the alternate race location for the 2010 MotoGP series, will also serve as US F1 Team’s hub and service shop in between F1 races. MotorLand’s central location, mild weather and friendly people make MotorLand the perfect spot for our European base.