Already a venue for the opening round of the World Superbike Championship, MotorLand Aragón will host the last MotoGP event in Europe before moving to another continent and returning to Europe for the final round. According to the Brembo technicians who work closely with all the MotoGP World Championship riders, the Spanish Circuit is a moderately demanding circuit on brakes.
On a scale of 1 to 6, it is rated 4 on the difficulty index with only the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya being more difficult of the Spanish tracks and rated 5. The MotoGPs take two seconds less per lap than the Superbikes due to the higher top speeds. For both bikes, the first part of the track, which is full of bends, makes it hard for the discs - steel for the Superbikes and carbon for the MotoGP bikes - to cool down.