Belgium - Spa-Francorchamps


    Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

    First Grand Prix 1950
    Circuit length 7.004 km
    Number of laps 44
    Race distance 308.052 km
    Lap record 1:46.286 - Bottas (2018)

    For the latest updates on the 2020 F1 schedule, see f1.com/coronavirus-latest

    When was the track built?

    The original, triangle-shaped track was built in 1921, with designers Jules de Thier and Henri Langlois van Ophem using public roads between the towns of Francorchamps, Malmedy, and Stavelot to create an amazing 14.9km circuit taking in the forests and rolling hills of the beautiful Ardennes region. The track was redeveloped in 1979, and although the new circuit is only half the original's length, it’s still the longest on the current calendar at 7.004km.

    When was its first Grand Prix?

    Having hosted a non-championship Grand Prix as long ago as 1924, Belgium’s iconic circuit was one of just seven to be part of Formula 1’s maiden championship in 1950. That race was won by the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio, who led home an Alfa Romeo one-two ahead of team mate Nino Farina.

    What’s the circuit like?

    Spa is among Formula 1 drivers’ most loved tracks, with its mix of long straights and challenging fast corners allowing them to push their cars to the edge of their capabilities – if it’s dry, that is. The size of the track and the nature of Belgian weather means it can sometimes be raining on one part of the track and dry on another, meaning grip can vary from one corner to the next. Keep an eye on the thrilling Eau Rouge, arguably the most famous sequence of corners in the world, as the drivers flick left, right and then up the hill through Raidillon.

    Why go?

    What’s not to love about one of Europe’s classic tracks? Only the truly great drivers conquer Spa, with Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher among those to master this magical circuit. Add in the wonderful setting of the Ardennes forest and it’s no surprise that it’s a fan favourite, with a record 265,000 spectators turning out to watch the 2017 Spa showdown.

    Where is the best place to watch?

    The elevated grandstand located near Eau Rouge gives you the best view of the iconic corner, while also boasting panoramic views from La Source through to Raidillon. But if you fancy taking in some of the best trackside atmosphere, then the grandstand located on the Pouhon corner should be right up your street.

    Formula One World Championship, 2018 Bahrain GP
    刺激战场国际服下载 nba上海赛 股票配资推荐就择卓信宝配资优异 下载单机麻将游戏四 网络游戏怎么赚钱 私募资产配置型基金 网上棋牌网平台首页 上期平码加1减1公式 山东黄金股票吧 武汉麻将红中赖子技巧 30选5中3个号多少钱 今日股市走势分析图 多乐彩软件 j比赛捕鱼千炮版技巧 熊猫棋牌app下载安装 二连码是什么数 旧版麻将来了下载