MotoGP moves this weekend to Catalunya, just north of Barcelona, in Spain. This “fast and flowing” track is 2.892 miles long, and the event will be 25 laps. Depending on just how you count them, there are eight right-hand turns and five lefts, including a downhill hairpin and several sustained high-speed turns. The main straight is one of the longest on the calendar, with a maximum speed of 205 mph reached there last year. Catalunya is also known for its bumpiness and generally hard-to-find grip.