No. 14 | Spa

Spa is one of the biggest races in the F1 championship, one which everyone is looking forward to racing at. With the current cars and track safety evolution, it has become much less risky and challenging for the drivers, but it is still an exciting track. It’s a great location and after the summer break, it will be nice to come back fresh and race at such a great circuit!
— Sergey Sirotkin, Williams Racing, August 2018


  • Circuit Experience: 6

  • City Action: 4

  • X Factor: 8

Total | 18




Originally designed in 1921 by Jules de Their and Henri Langlois Van Ophem (not Herman Tilke!), Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps slices through the Ardennes Forest. It boasts one of the most epic turns in all of motorsport: Eau Rouge – Raidillon. Find a seat with a view of this section, and you will be treated to high-speed action from start to finish. Unfortunately, the weather can be all over the place, and trackside festivities leave us wanting more. 


The Belgian Grand Prix weekend requires a different approach. Accommodations are limited and sell out quickly, and away from the circuit, nightlife is in short supply. Your best bet is to camp with a few friends at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps’ Young Village — just mind the mud, should it rain. With DJs spinning all night, the campgrounds stoke the party atmosphere we’re after. 


Eau Rouge – Raidillon. This turn is a challenge for drivers to navigate, and it’s a beauty for the viewer to watch. Fernando Alonso explained in an F1 conference, “You come into the corner downhill, have a sudden change at the bottom, and then go very steep uphill. From the cockpit, you cannot see the exit, and as you come over the crest, you don’t know where you will land.” It is our favorite place to perch.