The Belgian GP, part of the Formula One World Championship is probably considered one the most historical circuits and challenging race tracks for a race. The first race was held in 1925, with seven cars taking part and which saw the victory of the famous Alfa Romeo driver, Antonio Ascari.
World War II would interrupt the life of the track for seven long years during which little of the Ardennes was spared. In the late fifties, RAC organized its Grand Prix of Spa, and the last Belgium GP was held in 1970 along the 14k-long track. Velocity of cars increased, and for security reasons, drivers no longer wished to race there. Aiming at preserving the main characteristics while eliminating some high risk areas, a new layout was eventually chosen for a new 7k-long track and inaugurated in 1979.
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24 - 28 Aug 2017 | 4 nights