MotoGp is back in Europe, where it will stay until the end of the summer (apart from the Kazakhstan GP in July). To improve safety standards on the Circuito de Jerez Angel Nieto, the exit lanes have been widened by 40 and 25 meters (43.7 and 27.3 yards) on turns 1 and 5 respectively. It’s thanks also to these works that the Andalusian track will be on the calendar in 2024 as well.
According to the Brembo technicians who work closely with all the MotoGP World Championship riders, the Circuito de Jerez Angel Nieto is classified as a very demanding track for brakes. On a difficulty scale of 1 to 6, it’s rated 4 - the highest of the first five months of the season.