Spa Grand Prix

FAQs

We invite you to consult our General Terms and Conditions of Sale (article 13) or the Covid-19 page for more information.

Bronze tickets correspond to a general entrance and do not allow you to have a seat allocated in the grandstand. For Bronze tickets, five grandstands will be set up around the circuit. However, the places are not allocated. The public is therefore free to sit there if there are still places available.

Silver and Gold tickets give you access to the circuit and to an allocated seat in a grandstand. Silver tickets give you access to a Silver stand that you must choose when you buy your tickets, and Gold tickets give you access to a Gold stand that you must also choose when you buy your tickets.

No. Silver and Gold tickets give you access to the circuit and to an allocated seat in the grandstand, while Bronze tickets give you access to the circuit but not to an allocated seat in the grandstand. For Bronze tickets, five stands will be installed. However, the places are not allocated. The public is therefore free to sit there if there are still places available.

There are indeed special rates for children between 6 and 15 years old included. You can consult these rates by clicking here. However, there are no special rates for seniors.

No. Children under 6 years old can enter the circuit free of charge.

Yes. There are specific tickets for people with reduced mobility. These PRM tickets provide access to a platform located between the Gold 7 and the Silver 1 near the turn La Source. A PRM parking is also included in the ticket price. Be careful, it is mandatory to bring a card attesting to a disability at the entrance of the circuit. Each PRM person can be accompanied by a maximum of one person (the PRM+1). You can consult the rates by clicking here.

There are specific tickets for reduced mobility and disabled people. You can find them in the PRM Accessibility in the Ticketing section. The person with reduced mobility can only be accompanied by one person maximum. The carer also needs to buy an accompanying ticket. Those PRM tickets give access to a platform located near the Turn of La Source, offering a beautiful view. Parking is included. It is absolutely necessary to be in possession of an invalid card.
The podium is located at La Source beside Gold 7. This is provided with access for wheelchairs as well as benches provided for accompanying persons.

Yes. There are specific tickets for people with reduced mobility. These PRM tickets provide access to a platform located between the Gold 7 and the Silver 1 near the turn La Source. A PRM parking is also included in the ticket price. Be careful, it is mandatory to bring a card attesting to a disability at the entrance of the circuit. Each PRM person can be accompanied by a maximum of one person (the PRM+1). You can consult the rates by clicking here.

Yes, a PRM parking is included with the purchase of a PRM ticket on our official website (https://www.spagrandprix.com/en/tickets-pmr). Be careful, it is mandatory to bring a card attesting to a disability at the entrance of the circuit.

The platform is situated after the turn La Source, between the Gold 7 and the Silver 1, and is equipped with wheelchair access and a bench for the accompanying person (PRM+1).

Yes, adapted toilets will be provided around the PRM platform.

No. Areas far from the platform and the PRM car park will be difficult to access for PRMs.

Camping tickets are only available on our official website (by clicking here). Please note that it is not possible to purchase camping tickets on site, either at the ticket offices or at the entrance of the campsites.

The campsites correspond to different locations and atmospheres:

  • The yellow campsite is recommended to families as it is the quietest. It is also recommended to holders of Gold, Silver 1 and Silver 2 tickets as it is located between La Source and Ster entrances.
  • The green campsite is generally livelier and is recommended to Bronze ticket holders. It is located near Les Combes entrance.
  • The Young Village is recommended to young visitors. Parties are organised and DJs are on stage some evenings. It is located near the Blanchimont entrance.

For weekend ticket holders, campsite is accessible from Thursday morning to Monday morning.

The Saturday-Sunday camping ticket gives access to the campsites from Saturday morning to Sunday evening.

It is permitted to park one vehicle per campground as long as it does not exceed 40m².

A campground can accommodate a maximum of 5 people.

Campers do not have access to electricity. We therefore recommend that you bring your own portable battery, generator battery etc. However, the campsite is equipped with sanitary facilities (i.e. showers and toilets).

The campsites are equipped with showers and toilets free of charge.

Yes, you can cook on the campsite as long as the safety rules related to fire and its spread are respected.

There is no food or drink available at the yellow and green campsites, but you can buy food and drinks on the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. In addition, you are allowed to bring your own drinks and food. Be careful, glass containers are prohibited.

However, there will be breakfasts, snacks and meals on sale at the Young Village. For more information, click here.

No. There are no lockers at the campsite.

Children must also buy a ticket to access the campsite. They are counted as an adult among the 5 authorized persons per campsite.

If you lose your ticket or bracelet, contact us at info@spagrandprix.com or by phone at +32 87 22 44 66.

Yes. You are allowed to bring your drinks and food. Be careful, glass containers are prohibited.

No. However, you can bring your drinks on the circuit (no glass containers).

Yes, you can use different payment methods when you buy your tokens in the Food & Beverage tent: credit card, debit card and cash. If you do not buy these tokens, you can only use cash in the foodtrucks. So, take your precautions.

The food sold on site is mainly fast food (burger, chips, kebab, coca, beer, Johnnie Walker etc.).

There is no food or drinks available at the yellow and green campsites, but you can buy food and drinks on the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. In addition, you are allowed to bring your own drinks and food. Be careful, glass containers are prohibited.

However, there will be breakfasts, snacks and meals on sale at the Young Village. For more information, click here.

The circuit opens at 6 am from Friday to Sunday.

The circuit closes at 10:30 pm on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, closing time is 8 p.m.

The payment methods accepted on site are: credit card, debit card and cash.

No. There is no ATM available at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. The nearest ATMs are located in Spa, Stavelot or Malmedy. So, please take your precautions.

If you lose your ticket or bracelet, contact us at info@spagrandprix.com or by phone at +32 87 22 44 66.

Many first aid stations are located around the site. These will be indicated by signs on the circuit Spa-Francorchamps and on leaflets distributed at all entrances.

Earplugs are not distributed on the site. So, take your precautions.

The found objects are returned to the nearest ticket office.

From Monday to Thursday, only one ticket office will be open at the La Source (P15) entrance from 9 am to 4 pm.

From Friday to Saturday, ticket offices will be open at La Source, Ster, Les Combes and Blanchimont entrances from 6 am to 6 pm.

On Sunday, ticket offices will be open at La Source, Ster, Les Combes and Blanchimont entrances from 6 am to 2 pm.

The people responsible for selling official programs circulate around the circuit. Feel free to contact these people to buy a program in cash, or via your ticket for the program purchased online.

Yes, feel free to connect to the CircuitSpa_free network for free.

No. For security reasons, animals are not allowed on the Spa-Francorchamps site (neither on the circuit nor in the campsite).

  • Drugs or narcotics.
  • Glass products/articles.
  • Any object (parasol, camera stand or cane) that can be considered dangerous for other visitors to the event by the surveillance services.
  • Projectiles or explosives in solid, liquid or gaseous form.
  • Flammable products or materials, aerosol cans.
  • Pyrotechnic articles.
  • Any weapon or dangerous object.
  • Anything that can be used to disturb public order, endanger the safety of the crowd and/or damage property and people.
  • Pets (guide dogs for the visually impaired are allowed, but the organisation must be informed).
  • Gas cylinders.

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