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You have to be brave when tackling this mountain. Every time you pass, it's a battle with your survival instinct to keep your right foot on the line. With every turn, you try to push the limit a little further. If there was no risk, there would be no point. It would be like walking on a wire one metre off the ground. Anyone could do it.

Jacques Villeneuve

About the Raidillon

SCHEDULE / PROGRAM

Tests, races and highlights not to be missed throughout the weekend.

 

Presentation of the series

The meeting?s flagship event welcomes touring cars and GT cars from before 1965. For half a lap, 2 or 3 drivers take turns behind the wheel of cars that have often written the most beautiful pages of motorsport history, such as the Ford GT40, Porsche 911, AC Cobra, Aston Martin DB4 GT, Jaguar Type-E... without forgetting the touring cars such as the Alfa Romeo Guilia, Ford Mustang, or Mini
The magic of this event lies both in its duration and in its night-time part. The ballet of the headlights in the Raidillon, the refuelling and the race strategies will make you relive the magic of the endurance races of yesteryear!

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Timing
- Qualifier: Friday, 90 min
- Race: Saturday, 360 min

The meeting?s flagship event welcomes touring cars and GT cars from before 1965. For half a lap, 2 or 3 drivers take turns behind the wheel of cars that have often written the most beautiful pages of motorsport history, such as the Ford GT40, Porsche 911, AC Cobra, Aston Martin DB4 GT, Jaguar Type-E... without forgetting the touring cars such as the Alfa Romeo Guilia, Ford Mustang, or Mini
The magic of this event lies both in its duration and in its night-time part. The ballet of the headlights in the Raidillon, the refuelling and the race strategies will make you relive the magic of the endurance races of yesteryear!

Visit their website 

Timing
- Qualifier: Friday, 90 min
- Race: Saturday, 360 min

Twenty Grand Prix seasons pass before your eyes with these Formula 1 cars built between 1966 and 1985. See how the aerodynamics have changed over the years and compare the very different bodywork and wing shapes year after year.

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Timing

? Qualifier: Friday, 25 min.
? Race 1: Saturday, 25 min.
? Race 2: Sunday, 25 min.

These prototypes have written the history of endurance racing, whether at the 24 Hours of Le Mans or in the World Endurance Championship, which was then as famous - if not more so - than Formula 1. Built by factories (Porsche, Alfa-Romeo, Ferrari?) or by craftsmen (Chevron, Lola?), these cars are real collector?s items!

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Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 30 min.
? Race: Sunday, 61 min.

The more modern of historic cars.

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Timing
? Free practice: Friday, 40 min.
? Qualifier: Friday, 40 min.
? Race 1: Saturday, 40 min.
? Race 2: Sunday, 40 min

The Grand Touring cars of the 1960s were certainly stylish. The Ferraris, Triumphs, Aston Martins, Chevrolet Corvettes, Jaguars and AC Cobras all had their own character and were often distinguished by a variety of technical choices. In this event, they compete against the small two-seater racing cars from before 1963, such as the Lotus 11 and 17. This mini-endurance event will, for one race, revive the rivalry between the supporters of power and the defenders of agility.

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Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 40 min.
? Race: Sunday, 90 min.

Reserved for pre-66 touring cars, the starting grid of this series with a pit stop for 1 or 2 drivers will see Ford Falcons, Mustangs, Lotus Cortinas, BMWs and Mini Coopers. Touring cars should not be confused with Grand Touring (GT) cars. Without going into detail, it can be said that while both are production road cars, the former refer to vehicles built in very large series for road use, equipped with 4 doors and offering 2 seats in the front and 2 real seats in the back, while the latter are the result of much smaller productions with a luxurious and sporty tendency, capable of high performance because they are intended to cover long distances at high speed in comfort and style.

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Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 30 min.
? Race: Sunday, 61 min.

The Historic Grand Prix Cars Association takes its name from meetings organised before the 1950s for the first purpose-built cars, which were called 'Grand Prix'. This term became widely used to designate all such competitions throughout Europe (British Grand Prix, Italian Grand Prix etc.). It was not until 1950 that the Grand Prix gave way to the Formula One World Championship for single-seaters, as we still know it today.

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Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 30 min.
? Race 1: Saturday, 30 min.
? Race 2: Sunday, 30 min.

The Historic Grand Prix Cars Association takes its name from meetings organised before the 1950s for the first purpose-built cars, which were called 'Grand Prix'. This term became widely used to designate all such competitions throughout Europe (British Grand Prix, Italian Grand Prix etc.). It was not until 1950 that the Grand Prix gave way to the Formula One World Championship for single-seaters, as we still know it today.

Visit their website

Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 30 min.
? Race 1: Saturday, 30 min.
? Race 2: Sunday, 30 min.

Supported by the British Royal Automobile Club, this series offers a line-up of post-war racing cars up to 1955, with Aston Martin MK 2s, Talbot 105s, Lotus Xs and Frazer Nashs that scrupulously respect the technical specifications of the time.

Launched in 2010 under the patronage of Sir Stirling Moss himself, the Stirling Moss Trophy brings together genuine pre-1961 racing cars that still respect their original configuration and colours. Lotus 15, Lister Chevrolet, Lister Jaguar, Lola Mk1, Lotus 17? the most beautiful silhouettes in British Racing Green or Scottish Dark Blue.

E-Type, D-Type, XK120, XK140, XK150 or MK1 Saloon will of course be featured in the Jaguar Classic Challenge!

Websites:
- https://www.motorracinglegends.com/race-series/view/royal-automobile-club-woodcote-trophy/
https://www.motorracinglegends.com/race-series/view/stirling-moss-trophy/
- https://www.motorracinglegends.com/race-series/view/jaguar-classic-challenge/

Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 30 min.
? Race: Saturday, 61 min.

This series features the prestigious sports cars of the 1920s and 1930s, such as Bugatti, Alvis, Talbot, Bentley, Frazer Nash and Lagonda. The 40-minute race will take place on Saturday afternoon, as a curtain raiser to the Six Hours Endurance.

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Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 30 min.
? Race: Saturday, 40 min.

Historic Touring Car Challenge and Tony Dron Trophy with U2TC and STCC
The HTCC is for Group A cars until 1990, Group 2 until 1981 and Group 5 until 1969. The series now covers everything from Ford Capris 'Cologne' to BMW 'Batmobile', SD1 Rovers and Jaguar XJS, BMW M3 and Ford Sierra RS500.
The Tony Dron Trophy is a stand-alone series for Group 1 and 1½ touring cars. This series of races takes place within the Historic Touring Car Challenge grid, with its own podium and results for each race.
Sixties Touring Car Challenge with U2TC for touring cars under two litres until 1969.
 

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Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 30 min.
? Race 1: Saturday, 30 min.
? Race 2: Sunday, 30 min.

Throughout history, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile has often sought to create low-cost categories, in particular to allow young drivers with little money to make their mark. In this case, the principle is often the same: to use as many elements as possible from production cars. Formula Junior appeared in October 1958 and included single-seaters with 1000cc engines (for cars weighing less than 360 kg) or 1100cc engines (over 400 kg). At international level, it disappeared at the end of the 1963 season - following the switch from F1 to 1500cc in 1961, which transformed Formula Junior into an antechamber to F1 rather than an entry-level formula - to make way for Formula 2 and Formula 3.

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Timing
? Qualifier: Friday, 25 min.
? Race 1: Saturday, 25 min.
? Race 2: Sunday, 25 min.

Thursday 30.09 - Free sessions for competition cars

This activity is aimed at drivers and teams who are not registered for one of the series/races of the Spa Six Hours weekend.

Free running at high speed, without any competitive spirit, nor timing, nor classification, for historic competition vehicles of Tourism, Grand Tourism and similar models until 31/12/1990 (or more recent on request).


The sessions are aimed at pilots with some experience.

 
 
For drivers and teams registered for the Spa Six Hours meeting, please refer to following page.
 

Thursday 30.09 - Discovery drive for vintage cars

More info soon.

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