The Fernando Alonso Sports Complex (Sp. Museo y Circuito Fernando Alonso) is a sports project dedicated to the promotion of motorsport and a memorial to Fernando Alonso, a two-times Formula One World Drivers’ Champion from Oviedo, Asturias, Spain.
The idea to create the Fernando Alonso Museum and Circuit was conceived during a 2013 temporary exhibit of the champion’s private collection in Madrid.
A large part of the exhibit is now on permanent display at the Museum.
The complex includes a museum about Fernando Alonso, a kart circuit, and a golf course.
The most impressive part of the complex is the exhibition.
The 1,200 m2 museum revives key historical moments of Fernando’s racing career, with the 300 objects on display.
Admire the first-ever kart he drove when he was 3 years old to the last single-seater he drove at an F1 race. You’ll also see the Toyota he drove when he won the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The museum is divided into three rooms to reflect the timeline of his career, from its beginnings to present day. The most spectacular room is the one dedicated to Formula 1, which impresses for the sheer number of cars and objects on display.
Address: Cayés s/n, 33428, Asturias, Spain
Child and seniors admission
(for children from 4 to 12 years old and seniors over 65)
Free for children under 4 years old
Sanitized after each use
Special fees for groups and guided tours
GPS coordinates: 43.42768°N 5.82862°W