Thursday 29 September
Free practice day for teams and drivers registered for the meeting, as well as for BEHVA track activities.
Pedestrian access to the circuit is free and free, and does not require any formality.
Friday 30 September, Saturday 1 October, Sunday 2 October
PARKING - CAMPINGS
For spectators in OLD CARS / CLASSIC CARS / OLD TIMER
Parking is free and is located in space P14.
It is best to arrive via the village of Francorchamps and at the Total Station roundabout follow the "Source" entrance.
No document is required to access the P14 car park, accessible only to old cars / classic cars / old timer.
For spectators in MODERN car
Visitor car parks and visitor campsites are managed directly by the Spa circuit.
It is best to arrive via the village of Francorchamps and at the Total Station roundabout, follow the direction “Parking”. After 500 meters, turn right following the “Parking” signs to access the P1 and P2 car parks.
Please use the “Spectators” entrance through the “Ster” tunnel, from car parks P1 and P2.
Parking : 8€ / day
No presale. Payment by card only.
Camping: 1 pitch (25m² / max 4 people) = 30 € / weekend.
No presale. Payment by card only.
200 pitches available.
Access to the campsite: from 7 a.m. on the first day of the event until 8 p.m. on the last day of the event.
Toilets and showers available nearby.
For all questions concerning car parks and campsites, please contact:
Phone : 00 32 (0)87 29 37 00
BEHVA : Belgian Historic Vehicle Association
Informations & FAQ
Have a question? Visit our frequently asked questions section for the most frequently asked questions.
Access to the Paddock is allowed to anyone with a valid entry and give access to:
• à l'entrée générale du circuit
• in the stands
• at the paddocks inside the circuit
Entrance via Ster, parking P1, pedestrian entrance via the red water tunnel.
• Pit Bar Restaurant
The Pit Bar Restaurant is located at the top of the Pit Building. It is the meeting point for all the Spa-Francorchamps public. The ideal place to drink, eat, meet and chat.
The terrace offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the most beautiful parts of the circuit, overlooking the pits, the finish line and the podium.
Contact : Mme Margaux Hannequart
• In the paddocks
Various sales outlets will offer drinks (soft drinks, beers, coffees, etc.) as well as snacks (chips, burgers, sandwiches, pasta cones, etc.)
Guide dogs and companion dogs for the disabled are allowed inside the circuit site (paddock) and are welcome.
Pets are allowed, but must be kept on a leash at all times.
Bear in mind that the circuit is noisy, hectic and there is a constant flow of vehicles. All these components are not particularly recommended for pets.
Scooters and mopeds (whether registered or not), mini-bikes, golf carts, or any other similar motorised vehicles are NOT permitted in the paddocks or on the circuit site.
Bicycles are permitted for use within the paddocks and on the site. Bicycles must be ridden carefully, at a reduced speed and with due regard for pedestrians and all activity in the paddocks.
Roadbook Organisation cannot be held responsible for any incident. The user of a bicycle travels under his own responsibility and under the cover of his own insurance.
The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps prohibits the use of drones and any other unmanned or remotely piloted aerial vehicle on its site for any purpose whatsoever. Filming and filming with drones is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
Circuit staff may expel any person using such an aerial vehicle or confiscate the vehicle until the event is over.
SCHEDULE / PROGRAM
MAP OF THE PADDOCKS