After four races, four flyaways and four dominant Mercedes wins, F1 returns to its spiritual home on the European mainland for the 2014 Spanish Grand Prix.

As it has done every year since 1991, the Circuit de Catalunya plays host to the Spanish Grand Prix, a venue popular with - and familiar to - drivers, while fans come from across Europe to soak up the atmosphere instigated by Fernando Alonso's huge army of passionate fans.

Better still, the Circuit de Catalunya's location close to the exhilarating city of Barcelona makes it one of the season's best-loved F1 holidays.

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Once more, Crash.net has created this handy factsheet for the Spanish Grand Prix detailing the location, key facts and a look back at some of the more memorable moments in the race's history.

The fifth in a series of factsheets we will be producing ahead of each F1 Grand Prix this season, be sure to collect them all and make sure you share them via Twitter and Facebook, and use the embedding code too!

A Great Infographic with everything you need to know about the 2014 Spanish F1 Grand Prix.

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