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Contact Spa Grand Prix

Route du circuit, 38
4970 Francorchamps
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Tel : +32 87 22 44 66
Fax : +32 87 22 44 55

IBAN : BE62 0910 1749 2361
TVA : BE 0884.035.135


Why order at Spagrandprix ?

Book on the Belgian Grand Prix promoter’s website so no subcontractor.

No subcontractor, therefore you will only pay 30€ for “Mailing and Cashing” only once even if you have other bookings.

Promo price until the 31st of May 2018.

Be able to choose the zone where you would like to be seated in the grandstand.

Insurance to receive your tickets (the entire ticketing is printed by us).

Professional following of your order.

Receive some informative newsletters.

Secured payment.

Advantage of the “Privilege Card”.

The Company is located at the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps so an easy following up of your file before and during the event.


Privilege Card

This is a ship card like a credit card containing all the information about your order.

This card is reusable and refillable not like the current ticket who can only be used once.

For the price of 8€, you only pay once the shipping cost (30 €).

Indeed, you can if you wish reload this card the following year from your computer. You need to return to your customer account and give the serial card number without any charges. You simply pay the price of your entry.

After purchasing your tickets, you will receive an e-mail with the location of your seats(except Bronze zone) that you will need to take with you during the GP.

Formula 1

Rankings and rules for 2017

Drivers ranking

1 Lewis Hamilton HAM GBR Mercedes Mercedes 363
2 Sebastian Vettel VET GER Ferrari Ferrari 317
3 Valtteri Bottas BOT FIN Mercedes Mercedes 305
4 Kimi Räikkönen RAI FIN Ferrari Ferrari 205
5 Daniel Ricciardo RIC AUS Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer Red Bull car 200
6 Max Verstappen VES NED Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer Red Bull car 168
7 Sergio Perez PER MEX Force India Mercedes Force India 100
8 Esteban Ocon HAR FRA Force India Mercedes Force India 87
9 Carlos Sainz SAI ESP Renault Renault 54
10 Nico Hulkenberg HUL GER Renault Renault 43
11 Felipe MassaMAS BRA Williams Mercedes Williams 43
12 Lance Stroll STR CAN Williams Mercedes Williams 40
13 Romain Grosjean GRO FRA Haas Ferrari Haas 28
14 Kevin Magnussen MAG DEN Haas Ferrari Haas 19
15 Fernando Alonso ALO ESP McLaren Honda McLaren 17
16 Stoffel Vandoorne VAN BEL McLaren Honda McLaren 13
17 Jolyon Palmer PAL GBR Renault Renault 8
18 Pascal Wehrlein WEH GER Sauber Ferrari Sauber 5
19 Daniil Kvyat KVY RUS Torro Rosso Toro Rosso 5
20 Marcus Ericsson ERI BRA Sauber Ferrari Sauber 0
21 Pierre Gasly GAS FRA Torro Rosso Toro Rosso 0
22 Antonio Giovinazzi GIO ITA Sauber Ferrari Sauber 0
23 Brendon Hartley HAR NZL Torro Rosso Toro Rosso 0


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Constructors ranking

1 Mercedes Mercedes 668
2 Ferrari Ferrari 522
3 Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer Red Bull 368
4 Force India Mercedes Force India 187
5 Williams Mercedes Williams 83
6 Renault Renault 57
7 Toro Rosso Toro Rosso 53
8 Haas Ferrari Haas 47
9 McLaren Honda McLaren 30
10 Sauber Ferrari Sauber 5

Why come to Spa-Francorchamps?

This is one of the favorite circuits of the drivers due to the variety of its layout in the hilly landscape of the Ardennes that allows drivers to put their talent in value.

Designed in 1921 by Jules de Their and Henri Langlois Van Ophem, the original circuit of 14.981 km has roughly the shape of a triangle connecting Francorchamps, Malmedy and Stavelot and using public roads.

Over time, the speeds reached by cars make the circuit more and more dangerous for the safety of competitors. So Jackie Stewart became an implacable adversary of the circuit since his accident at Masta in 1966. Dan Gurney used to say of this circuit that "not a circuit for little boys."

The circuit currently used has been modified several times and is now a permanent circuit of 7.004 meters. This is still a very fast and hilly circuit, taking over part of the old route, which has characteristics valued by the world's greatest drivers of different categories and where the cars can still exceed 320 km/h.

Spa-Francorchamps is also famous for its unpredictable weather. Periodically, the circuit is set differently according the sectors, dry places while other parts are wet and slippery.

Did you know?

The most famous part of the circuit is the Raidillon of l’ Eau Rouge where drivers challenge is to negotiate this hill flat out. Jacques Villeneuve has often proclaimed loudly that he dared to cross the Raidillon flat out.

He proved in 1996 by signing the pole position but he crashed very violently off the track at this location in 1998 and 1999. Five years earlier, Alex Zanardi had also suffered a big accident in this area and had had to stop racing for several weeks.