Every year the usually peaceful Ardennes forest comes alive with the reverberating sound of Formula One for one of the most scenic races of the campaign.
First raced in 1925, the track at Spa Francorchamp has changed over the years but remains one the longest and demanding of the Formula One calendar with huge straights blended with more technical sections.
It features lots of twists and deeply undulating corners including Eau Rouge, Les Combes, Malmedy and La Source hairpin, where car positioning is key.
As a result the circuit always delivers one of the most captivating races of the season, with plenty of overtaking and wing to wing action throughout, making it a firm favourite with fans and drivers alike.
If the challenge from their rivals and the track layout wasn’t enough, drivers must also battle the elements at Spa Francorchamp. When the weather’s changeable it’s not uncommon for it to be raining on one part of the track and dry at the opposite end, meaning the right tyre choice and knowing when to pit is crucial.
Such is the challenge of the circuit that only the truly greats manage to claim back-to-back victories here, including Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna, Damon Hill and Kimi Raikkonen.
This special coach break allows you to witness two great days of racing, with inclusive general admission to qualifying on the Saturday and Sunday’s race day.
See the biggest names in motor racing at one of the most famous tracks of the year, only with National Holidays.
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