Belgium F1 Hospitality

Race Dates:

Friday 25th August- Practice

Saturday 26th August- Qualifying

Sunday 27th August- Race

Other Information:

Location: Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

Race start time: 14:00

Lap record: 1:47.263 (S Vettel 2009)

Number of laps: 44

Circuit Length: 7.004 KM

In the picturesque hills of the Ardennes, the Belgian Grand Prix erupts up on to the tarmac of the historic Spa raceway; the longest track in Formula One. Savour our exquisite range of Belgium Formula One hospitality packages. Dine on a delicious range of food and sip the finest drinks; become captivated by the comprehensive track view and even the sublime countryside.

Spa Franchochamps is a favourite with fans; racing does not get much better so hotels can sometimes be a challenge to find. Let us take the stress away by suggesting Hotel de la Source close to the track, or the Pullman Aachen Quellenhof Hotel in Germany. To complete your Spa F1 hospitality package, we can also help in arranging your weekend transfer either by private car or helicopter shuttle.

For more information about our Belgium F1 packages, transfers or to order any Spa F1 tickets and passes, please contact EDGE Global

VIP Eau Rouge

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