Spa

23rd - 26th June

Schedule

Spa Francorchamps Circuit – 4.352 miles
Free Practice – Thursday 23rd June – 15:10 – 15:50
Qualifying – Friday 24th June – 15:30 – 16:05
Race 1 – Saturday 25th June – 18:00 – 18:30
Race 2 – Sunday 26th June – 09:55 – 10:25

ACCOMMODATION

We are recommending the Radisson Blu in Spa town, there are a number of hotel / Airbnb options in Spa town along with loads of restaurants and bars.
We have booked an Airbnb in Spa Town centre.
Radisson Blu Spa Town: Radisson Blue – Spa Town – Link

Timetable

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CIRCUIT INFORMATION

Regularly acclaimed by drivers from all over the world, <strong>the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is one of the legendary tracks of motorsport. </strong>Regular venue for the Belgian F1 Grand Prix since 1985, its legendary course of just over 7 km, the longest in the world championship, well deserves the unofficial status of “the most beautiful circuit in the world”. A rarely disputed world label that the Spa ring owes to its hilly profile, its fast turns, its famous and unique Raidillon of course, but also to a majestic natural setting, in the middle of fir forests in which the sounds of the engines resonate. . A real gem constantly adapted to the latest FIA safety standards with infrastructures as well maintained as the myth. A Belgian historical monument as well known throughout the world as the Atomium or the Grand Place in Brussels.

From Juan-Manuel Fangio to Alberto Ascari via Jack Brabham, Bruce McLaren, Jim Clark, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher, without forgetting Henri Pescarolo (with a lap record on the old track at 262 km/h of average!), Fernando Alonso, Tom Kristensen, André Lotterer, Jacky Ickx, Thierry Boutsen, Stoffel Vandoorne or more recently Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton, <strong>the majority of the biggest names in international motorsport once triumphed there</strong>.

Having become permanent a few years ago, <strong>Spa-Francorchamps is today a veritable pole of tourist and sporting attractions</strong> hosting the Belgian F1 GP, a round of the World Endurance Championship, the 24 Hours of Spa, but also all kinds activities, national races and foreign championships, trials, baptisms, visits and incentives on a track running 220 days a year.

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