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Spa Francorchamps is, without doubt, one of the world’s most exciting and beautiful circuits in the world.
It's a firm favourite for many drivers and a track that never fails to deliver regardless of whether it's your first visit or a place that keeps you coming back for more.
With fast and flowing characteristics, you’ll be engaged throughout the entire 7km, 20 turn circuit that certainly offers something for every driver.
Address: Le Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Route du Circuit, 55, 4970 Francorchamps
Circuit Type: Permanent road course
W2R Track Days visit Spa several times a year, with our March double header perfectly timed to kick off the track day season in style.
Our two-day premium experience gives you a great opportunity to maximise track time and really get to grips with one of the greatest race circuits in the world.
Our annual summer visit is also a very popular day and is perfectly timed for a mid-season trip to Europe, regularly attracting repeat customers to enjoy even more of the action – hopefully in the sunshine.
As always, we promise to provide you with quality over quantity with low group numbers enabling you to get as much track time as possible. The pitlane will be open all day with mechanical support provided and our professional team will be on hand throughout the day to assist with any queries, helping you to get the full VIP experience.
Set near the town of Franchorchamps in Eastern Belgium, the track is close to the borders of both Germany and the Netherlands.
The most enjoyable way of getting there is by car, and many of our customers actually make the trip across in the car they are going to drive around the track in. Once in Belgium, the circuit is accessible by the A27/E32 highway with final directions to the W2R meeting point sent to you on booking.
If driving over to Belgium doesn’t sound like your thing, we can transport your car to the racetrack for you. Just speak to our team for more information. That may mean flying to the track, where there are plenty of airports to choose from.
The nearest international airport, albeit over the border in Holland, is Maastricht Aachen Airport which is approximately a 50 minutes’ drive from the track. An alternative with international flights could be found either in Dusseldorf (90 minute drive) or Brussels Airport (80 minutes’ drive.)
There is also the option of getting to the track by rail. You can travel on services from Brussels, Liege and Charleroi to Verviers station, which is around a 45 minute bus ride to the circuit.
Host to the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix & Spa 24 hour, this epic circuit offers every driver a premium experience before your tyres even hit the circuit.
Not only does the circuit offer a challenging driving experience for petrol heads, it is set in one of the most picturesque backdrops perfect for a European break.
Despite its prestige in the country, motor racing didn’t become popular in Belgium until after the First World War when the Ardennes region hosted a number of races before the spotlight fell on the roads around Spa-Franchorchamps.
The combination of long straights and picture-perfect countryside made it an ideal setting for a high octane sport, and therefore quickly became the home of motorsport in Belgium, firstly through motorbikes and then cars in 1922.
Changes have been aplenty at the track in that time, including the lengthening of the main straight to La Source and the sealing off of the former public roads which have allowed the circuit to become fully closed for racing.
That introduced the return of Formula One, an event that has continued to stay ever since with plenty of British fans making the trip every year with the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button enjoying recent success.
Our premium track days are all available to book online, just check out our calendar page to find the next available dates at Spa-Francorchamps and other tracks across the UK and Europe, including Silverstone and Donington Park.
Upcoming Trackdays at Spa Francorchamps
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