MotoGP, Aragon Motorcycle Grand Prix 2011
Motorland Aragón in North-Eastern Spain held its very first race day as part of the Moto GP - the motorcycle Grand Prix - in 2010. The Alcañiz route is a technical challenge for the riders, and its picturesque surroundings and numerous treacherous sections make this particular venue a veritable spectator magnet. On September 6 to 18, 2011, Motorland Aragón hosted the 15th race of the MotoGP for the second time. The MotoGP is regarded worldwide as the most important championship in motorbike racing.
Just like in the previous year, NUSSLI was tasked by Ciudad de Motor S.A. with the construction and later removal of the temporary infrastructures needed for the event. NUSSLI’s brief included the construction of ten temporary grandstands with a total of 38,193 seats for the general public, one roofed, 30 m long platform for visitors with limited mobility, as well as 18 advertising towers and three foot bridges over the race track. NUSSLI’s 40-man installation team put together a total of 1,770 tons of material in temperatures up to 45°C.
The modular material was rented for the duration of the event, and was delivered in 98 articulated trucks from the three NUSSLI subsidiaries in Spain, as well as from Germany, Switzerland, and France. Job Report MotoGP, Gran Premio de Aragón 2011 2011EN