Our philosophy

To create a place where people from all different backgrounds and walks of life can come together around the world of horses, cars, art and ideas. We want to make the Autodrome Terramar a unique and iconic place to be preserved, surrounded by beautiful nature and open to both the local community and the rest of the world.

Since the very beginning of the restoration project, one of our main objectives has been to preserve the Autodrome’s ecological connectivity with the surrounding environment. The project’s environmental documents state that we want to “preserve and enhance the spaces linked with the environment by improving the site’s ecological connectivity with the Riera de Ribes and enhancing the natural features that have led to its status as a protected area”.

This commitment is demonstrated in a number of different actions, including the creation of a restoration plan for the Riera de Ribes, the planting of more than 700 indigenous trees and the planting of organic vegetable crops.

To find out more about our commitment to nature, see:

The Autodrome is a historic piece of both Catalan and Spanish motoring heritage, but it is much more than just that.
The buildings of the Clot dels Frares and Can Sidós were here long before the track was built, even if the steps leading to the Clot dels Frares and its tower make it seem as though they were intended to be the dressing room for Albert Divo or Tazio Nuvolari.

Next to the track, in the forest of Can Baró, Roman remains have been properly excavated and protected.

Amongst the buildings built during the racing period (1920 – 1930), the Champion building, Canteen, and the paddocks particularly stand out.

From the Avimar farm period (1950s to 1990s), a number of farming and industrial artefacts remain. At the architectural level, the trusses of the old chicken houses have quite an unusual design, such as the iron cage that the overall structure.
Our ring of concrete, with its many lives, scars, moments of glory and abandon, forms part of local history. Each and every person in Sant Pere de Ribes or Sitges will be able to tell you an anecdote about the Autodrome.

By taking over the Autodrome, we are inheriting an important and rich piece of history. The main challenge of the project is to restore the site without distorting or devaluing it so that the Autodrome Terramar can continue to make history for many more years to come.
To find out more about the Autodrome’s cultural and architectural heritage, see:

Our commitment to nature and culture are closely linked to our social commitment, which forms another key part of the Autodrome restoration project. It is our hope that, by bringing local spaces like these back to life, we can help spread the site’s cultural, historical and sporting values.

We firmly believe that spaces destined to host the events of tomorrow should be less fleeting in nature. We believe that such spaces should be versatile enough to allow a wide variety of local events to be held in order to contribute to the region’s overall development in the broadest possible sense.
To achieve this ambitious objective, we want the identity of the Autodrome Terramar to represent service to both nature and society long into the future.

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