Alongside Formula 1, there will also be Formula 2 and Formula 3, as well as Porsche Supercup races.

Parts of the programmes do involve the drivers and teams. You can find the complete schedule for the F1 weekend here. The programme in the F1 Fan Zone can be found here.

Always go early, especially on Sundays. The race weekend programme can be found here.

Motorsport is very noisy, but earplugs are not mandatory. However, it is recommended that you have them with you. If you are going to the circuit with children, always provide them with hearing protection!


Yes, in a reasonable amount that you can consume. Unfortunately, only water and soft drinks are allowed at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. You can´t bring alcohol, and all drinks must be in an unbreakable container. Cooking and barbecuing are not allowed on the circuit.

Of course, bring flags, banners and other things to support your favourite driver/rider. But make sure your gear doesn’t block the view of other spectators. Pyrotechnics are not allowed on the circuit.

You can bring a camping chair to the natural grandstand, but tents are prohibited, including beach shelters.

Yes, but keep it on your phone, don’t rely on retrieving it from, say, your email. The mobile signal may be poor during the race. However, we recommend that you print your ticket.

You can find the zone where you can get to on the ticket itself. A ticket with a seated grandstand seat is valid for the natural grandstands for all zones.

A cashless system in the form of a payment wristband is used, which can be topped up with cash or a credit card. Cash is accepted at the food and drinks stalls. However, credit and debit cards are not accepted.

Yes. However, you can only take photos for personal and private, non-commercial purposes. Professional cameras are forbidden, and all types of drones are strictly prohibited. Using a drone can be judged a crime by the local police!


No, pets are not allowed into the Spa-Francorchamps.

Yes, the circuit has comprehensive mobile telecommunications coverage but can be overloaded, especially on Sunday.


You can find an overview here.

Unfortunately, only regular lines run to the circuit. Apart from your own means of transport, you can just cycle to the circuit, take a taxi, or use the shuttle bus that your hotel often offers. If you want to stay close to the circuit all the time, we recommend staying at GPtents.com.

We recommend using the GPtents tented hotel, where they can prepare a tent and a comfortable bed for you. The campsite is very quiet, unlike the usual campsites at the races.

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