How to get there?

Drive

Due to traffic restrictions implemented on Friday, Saturday and Sunday you may be required to clearly display a certified vehicle pass and follow specific directions/route to be taken.

The pass and any instruction will be sent via email within the weeks prior to the event.

Our campsite is 341 km away from Calais on the East side of Belgium.

Ferry

You can add a ferry package to your booking. We can add a return ferry from Dover to Calais or Hull to Rotterdam.

For more information please contact our team.

Closest airports

  • 70 miles from Luxembourg Airport (Direct flights available from London, Madrid, Rome, Vienna and more)
  • 87 miles from Brussels Airport (Direct flights available from Barcelona, Dublin, London, Stockholm, Vienna and more)

Closest train station

The closest train station is Verviers-Central with trains to Liège, Aachen, Maastricht and Brussels.

From the train station, you can take buses 395 or 294. Both buses take approximately 45 minutes.

If you take bus 395 stop at Burnenville Chemin De Meiz bus stop, the campsite is approximately a 15-minute walk downhill (https://goo.gl/maps/wTbMVonci1M2).

If you take bus 294 stop at Malmedy Route De Wavreumont bus stop, the campsite is approximately a 15-minute walk along a main road (https://goo.gl/maps/xS8tjsPN1TT2).

Bus

The Belgian Grand Prix has started to run a City Shuttle Service with buses travelling to and from the circuit to major cities. Cities include Amsterdam, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Eindhoven, Liège, Luxembourg and Maastricht.

For more information please visit: https://www.spagrandprix.com/en/tickets-city-shuttle

Tickets

There are 3 tiers of ticket (Bronze, Silver and Gold) to choose from.

Each tier has a variety of grandstands and facilities available.

Bronze

Bronze is the cheapest ticket type and gives you the flexibility to move around the circuit and sit on the grassed areas.

5 grandstands will be set up around the circuit on a first-come-first-served basis.

General Admission

General admission tickets are great value for money, particularly at the Belgian Grand Prix.

General Admission gives you the option to explore the circuit and watch Formula 1 from different sections of the circuit including Eau Rouge, Kemmel Straight and Blanchimont.

The Bruxelles allows close up views of the cars and the Rivage is great for panoramic views of the circuit.

The large Pouhon viewing area can be easily accessed via a tunnel and walking path from the Eau Rouge F1 Fan Zone area.

We recommend exploring the circuit on Friday. You will get access to five grandstands set up around the circuit - the seats are on a first come first serve basis.

Speed Corner

This grandstand is located at the exit of the Speed corner.

Formula 1 cars will be racing at full speeds in the descent that brings them towards the double left.

17-27 (Y.O. only)

This area is only accessible for those aged 17-27 years and will be organised like a mini F1 festival for young motorsport fans.

Between sessions, there is a live DJ.

This grandstand has a great atmosphere.

  • Giant Screen

Silver

Silver tickets give you access to a Silver stand that you must choose when you buy a ticket. The ticket provides you with an allocated seat.

Choose from a variety of grandstands including Silver 1 Francorchamps, Silver 2 Spa, Silver 3, and Silver 4.

When selecting a grandstand, take into consideration the facilities available such as covered seating or a giant screen in sight.

Silver 1 (Francorchamps)

From this grandstand, you can see the cars swing round and accelerate out of Turn 1 (La Source), charging past the pit exit and up the elevation of Eau Rouge.

Another benefit from this zone is seeing whether teams have pulled off an important under or overcut during the pitstops as you will see the cars exit the pit lane.

  • Giant Screen

Silver 2 (Spa)

This grandstand is located just before the Eau Rouge bend at the foot of the Raidillon.

You can see the cars swing round and accelerate out of turn 1 (La Source), charge pass the pit exit and up the elevation of Eau Rouge.

This will allow you to experience the long acceleration of the Formula 1 cars.

Another benefit from this zone is seeing whether teams have pulled off an important under or overcut during the pitstops as you will see the cars exit the pit lane.

  • Giant Screen

Silver 3

This grandstand is located in the interior of the track. On the Pouhon corner, a fast-downhill left-hander taken almost flat out.

  • Giant Screen

Silver 4 (Bruxelles)

This grandstand is located at the summit of the circuit, by the Bruxelles corner.

Bruxelles (also known as Rivage) is a never-ending bend followed by a curve to the left (which often has drivers by surprise).

It’s a prime spot to watch the cars approach the Bruxelles corner, a downhill right-hander.

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  • Giant Screen

Gold

Gold tickets give you access to a Gold stand that you must choose when you buy a ticket. The ticket provides you with an allocated seat.

Choose from a variety of grandstands including Gold 1: Pit, Gold 2: GP2, Gold 3: Eau-Rouge, Gold 6: Chicane, Gold 7: Source and more.

When selecting a grandstand, take into consideration the facilities available such as covered seating or a giant screen in sight.

VIP Packages are available to purchase including the Formula One Paddock Club.

Gold 1 (Pit)

This is the most popular grandstand with an amazing view of the exit Chicane and the starting line.

You will be able to experience the pre-race build-up, the start of the race and (of course) the cars passing the chequered flag.

You get great views of the F1 team garages and the pit lane activities.

The podium celebrations take place near the pit lane entrance too.

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  • Giant Screen

Gold 2 (GP2)

This grandstand is located between the La Source corner, Eau Rouge and the Raidillon climb.

You can see a view over the GP2 stands too.

You can see the cars swing round and accelerate out of turn 1 (La Source), charge pass the pit exit and up the elevation of Eau Rouge.

Another benefit from this zone is seeing whether teams have pulled off an important under or overcut during the pitstops as you will see the cars exit the pit lane.

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  • Giant Screen

Gold 3 (Eau-Rouge)

This grandstand has recently had a makeover and is now permanent.

Gold 3 have great views of the S-turn following along full-throttle straight after turn 1.

You have a view of the exit of La Source to the top of the Raidillon.

The cars will then be preparing for another full-throttle straight for the Kemmel straight.

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  • Giant Screen

Gold 6 (Chicane)

This grandstand is located on the final turns of the lap as the cars come from Blanchimont corner into a tight chicane before the pit straight.

You can observe a lovely deceleration zone and the pit lane entrance

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  • Giant Screen

Gold 7 (La Source)

From this grandstand you can see the cars exit from the Source corner, allowing you to see many overtakes and dramas on the first lap.

The first corner is designed in a U shape, a tight right-hander which is the slowest corner on the circuit.

The pit lane exit is just after the La Source hairpin so you will be able to see some exciting pit lane exists.

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Gold 8 (La Source)

From this grandstand, you can see the long straight from the start and the corner of La Source.

The first corner is designed in a U shape with a tight right-hander which is the slowest corner on the circuit.

Many overtakes occur and you may even experience some first lap drama.

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  • Giant Screen

Gold 9

This grandstand is located just after the start and finish line which gives you views of the pre-race build-up, the start of the race and of course the cars passing the chequered flag.

You can see the entry to the Source corner and the F1 pits too.

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  • Giant Screen

Gold 10

This grandstand has a view of the iconic Eau Rouge and Raidillon corners.

This elevated grandstand has panoramic views of the S-complex as well as the La Source hairpin and through to the Raidillon corner.

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  • Giant Screen

Children

Children who are under 6 years old can enter the circuit free of charge and do not need a ticket.

Children between 6 and 15 years old will be classed as a child and will need a ticket for entry into the venue.

Please note at the event you may be asked for proof of age.

PRM Ticket

The PRM platform is located at the exit of La Source corner and offers a superb view.

Designed for fans with reduced mobility.

It is necessary to be in possession of the card that testifies the reduced mobility.

The person with reduced mobility can only be accompanied by one person maximum - the carer needs an accompanist ticket.

The circuit is hilly and has grassed areas so please take this into consideration when deciding what to bring with you.

What’s on?

F1 Fan Zone

The F1 Fan Zone provides a variety of activities including tyre-changing competitions, a Megastore, concerts, video games and lots more.

Food and Drink

There are food vendors at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit operating over the weekend, offering mainly fast-food options including burgers, chips, kebabs, waffles and more.

There are plenty of bars serving beer, wine, and soft drinks.

The food trucks only take cash but you can buy tokens in the Food tent via credit or debit card.

Tips

  • For General Admission it is recommended to take a camping chair.
  • Given Spa’s unpredictable climate we recommend being prepared for all weather conditions.
  • Whatever ticket you buy, be ready to cover lots of ground on foot we advise you to wear comfortable shoes - our campsite is a 20 minute (uphill) walk from Les Combes entrance.
  • There are no ATMs at the circuit – the nearest are located in nearby towns.
  • Please make yourself aware of the prohibited items the circuit list before you attend.
Please note this information is a guide and is subject to change.