Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix

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Overview

The Spa-Francorchamps circuit is amongst the most historic ones in Formula 1 and has been hosting races since 1924. The circuit in its present form has been a part of the Formula 1 calendar since 1983. The longest and one of the most challenging circuits in the sport, it is a favorite of drivers and spectators alike.

Previous winners

Winner of Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix in 2018:

  • Driver: Sebastian Vettel (United Kingdom)
  • Constructor: Ferrari

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Venue

Circuit de Spa Grand Prix S.A.

Spa Grand Prix S.A. Route du Circuit 38 - 4970, Francorchamps, Belgium

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Stand

Description

Gold: 1 Pit

Located on Spa's short pit straight, Gold 1 overlooks the starting grid and the pit garages. This covered stand provides views of cars charging down to the La Source hairpin, the pre-race grid, and the winner going past the chequered flag along with views of podium celebration.

Gold: 2 GP2

Located on a short straight, Gold 2 provides views of the La Source hairpin exit to the right and the famous L'Eau Rouge to the left. This covered stand also has a great view of the pit lane exit.

Gold: 3 Eau-Rouge

Located on the infamous L'Eau Rouge bend, Gold 3 offers incredible panoramic views from La Source at the bottom of the hill to Le Raidillon on the left. This covered stand provides a bird’s eye view of the charge out of La Source and down the straight, including a clear view up to the pit lane exit.

Gold: 6 Chicane

Located on the final turns of the lap, Gold 6 provides views of cars come from Blanchimont corner into a tight chicane before the pit straight. This is the circuit's hardest braking zone. This covered stand also directly faces the pit lane entry

Gold: 7 Source

Located on the exit to the La Source hairpin, Gold 7 provides views of cars heading up the straight towards L'Eau Rouge. This covered stand has a partial view of the pit straight. Views of the hard acceleration zone out of La Source, the steep charge down the straight, and the pit lane exit are all included.

Gold: 8 Source

Located on the La Source bend, Gold 8 provides views of both the pit straight and this tight hairpin. The view also includes the hard acceleration zone out of La Source, the last few garages, and the end of the pit lane.  This covered stand provides a view of the pre-race grid, and the winner going past the chequered flag.

Gold: 9 Pole Position

Located at the end of the pit straight, Gold 9 has the starting grid to the right and the La Source bend to the left. This covered stand provides views of the pre-race grid further up the straight, a distant view of the podium, the winner going past the chequered flag along with views of podium celebration.

Gold: 4 Eau-Rouge

Located on the infamous L'Eau Rouge bend, Gold 4 offers incredible panoramic views from La Source at the bottom of the hill to Le Raidillon on the left. This uncovered stand provides bird’s eye view of the charge out of La Source and down the straight, including a clear view up to the pit lane exit.

Silver: 4 Bruxelles

Grandstand Silver 4 offers a great view of the high speed Les Combes corner and the blast to Rivage, with views of cars braking for the Bruxelles corner.

Silver: 1 Francorchamps

Located on a short straight, Silver 1 provides views of of the La Source hairpin exit to the right and the famous L'Eau Rouge to the left. There is also a great view up to the pit lane exit

Silver: 2 Spa

Located on the final part of the straight just before the magnificent L'Eau Rouge bend to the left, Silver 2 provides views of the steep charge down the straight on through to  Eau Rouge. The GP2 garages can be seen the the front.

Bronze: 17-27 Blanchimont

This special F1 festival area will be accessible to spectators aged between 17 and 27.

 

Bronze: General Admission

Bronze General Admission viewing banks are located throughout the circuit.

Wheelchair Podium

The Wheelchair Podium is located next to the Gold 7 grandstand.

How to reach


General info

  • There will be coach services provided to and from different cities and places. This package is only available for Sunday or race day. Refer here for more information.
  • You can buy this packages here.
  • Parking is available in various areas. You can buy parking tickets here.

Inside the venue


Food & Beverages:

  • Food and beverages available at the venue. Numerous mobile catering units positioned around the circuit, a vast range of food and drink is on offer to the race-goers.
  • Viewers can bring their own food.

 

Other Amenities:

  • Restrooms
  • Assistance
  • First Aid
  • Lockers
  • Shops

Venue details


Circuit Map

Capacity: 90,000

Length: 7.004 Km

Laps: 44

Schedule Timing


Friday 25 August, 2017:

  Practice 1: 10:00 am to 11:30 am

  Practice 2: 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Saturday 26 August, 2017:

  Practice 3: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

  Qualifying: 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Sunday 27 August, 2017:

  Race: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

 

  

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