The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, also known as Spa, is a Belgian motor racing circuit located in Stavelot. It is the current home of the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix, having hosted the race for the first time in 1925 and every year since 1985.
The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is known for more than Formula One racing. Spa-24, a Le Mans-inspired endurance race, and the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps are also held here.
The track itself has a fantastic reputation among drivers, fans, and commentators. Its combination of superb speed and unique twists is partly responsible for this. The Masta Kink, which Jackie Stewart described as "the most difficult corner in the world," as well as the classic Eau Rouge / Raidillon combo, are among the legendary highlights.
Besides various driving experience and track day opportunities at the Spa, The Public Driving Experience is an amateur-only discovery session of the track behind the wheel of your own car. There is no competitive attitude and no stopwatch, but rather a culture of camaraderie and respect for all participants, regardless of skill level.