Belgian Grand Prix 2019

A stern test for both driver and car, the Belgian Grand Prix has been held at Spa Francorchamps every year since 1985 (excluding 2003). The Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix is a spectacular race with unpredictable weather, passionate fans and beautiful setting. A grand favourite for drivers and fans, the Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps in the Ardennes Forest is one of the greatest circuits in the world and a real racing gem. Being the longest track on the calendar and revered for its exciting, high-octane layout, Spa is a fast, old-school circuit with big elevation changes and dangerously thrilling sweeping bends. The notorious Eau Rouge turn is one of the most challenging corners of the season, as it features a sudden elevation change at high speed.

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

Circuit Name: Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
First Grand Prix: 1950
Number of Laps: 44
Circuit Length: 7.004 km
Race Distance: 308.052 km
Lap Record: 1:47.263 – S Vettel (2009)

Grand Prix dates: 30 August – 2 September 2019

3 Night Package

3 Nights
30 Aug – 02 Sep 2019
Daily Breakfast
Full Weekend ‘Bronze 3 Day General Admission Ticket
Sunday circuit transfers
Informal social drinks with like-minded F1 fans & Tour merchandise
Aloft Brussels Schuman
Price: NZ$1,199 per person
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Price: NZ$1,299 per person

Available Ticket Categories & Description

Grandstand Tickets (ask for upgrade prices)
SILVER F1 GRANDSTAND

Grandstand Silver 1 Francorchamps sits on the outside of the downhill straight between the legendary La Source hairpin and Eau Rouge. This is a good spot to see the cars charge out of one of the circuit’s most eventful corners, a hard braking point, that is often the scene of race incidents, and a potential overtaking spot.
From the hard acceleration zone out of La Source, you will be ideally placed to see the steep charge down the straight, and through Eau Rouge. This is truly one of F1’s greatest turns, as the cars sweep left then right, heading uphill at unbelievable speed.
You will have a great view up to the pit lane exit, making this an excellent place to see race strategies evolving.

Grandstand Silver 2 Spa sits on the outside of the downhill straight, between the legendary La Source hairpin and closer to Eau Rouge.
From the hard acceleration zone out of La Source, you will be ideally placed to see the steep charge down the straight, and through Eau Rouge. This is truly one of F1’s greatest turns, as the cars sweep left then right, heading uphill at unbelievable speed.
You will also have a more distant view of the exit of La Source, one of the circuit’s most eventful corners, a hard braking point, that is often the scene of race incidents, and a potential overtaking spot. You will have a good view up to the pit lane exit, making this an excellent place to see race strategies evolving.

Grandstand Silver 4 Bruxelles sits opposite the Rivage at Turn 10. Seats here provide great views of the action as the cars come storming out the chicane at Les Combes. You’ll see them snake through Malmedy at Turn 9 before shortly accelerating and then braking to negotiate Turn 10 just in front of your grandstand.
Due to the numerous turns of this section, you’re guaranteed to see several changes in the cars’ pace and experience adrenaline-filled moments as the drivers attempt to overtake. Depending on your seat, you may also enjoy sights of the Turn 12

GOLD F1 GRANDSTAND

Grandstand Gold 1 Pit runs along the outside of the main straight, and overlooks the pit lane and the podium. You will be ideally placed to watch the start-studded pre-race grid, and the drama and excitement of the start as the cars charge down to the La Source hairpin.
You will have a more distant view of the cars heading towards you through Blanchimont, before they speed past you accelerating hard. You may then see them across the infield, as they head up to Eau Rouge.You will see the chequered flag as the winner crosses the line, as well as the champagne showered podium celebrations and interviews.

Grandstand Gold 2 GP2 sits on the outside of the downhill straight between the legendary La Source hairpin and Eau Rouge. This is a good spot to see the cars charge out of one of the circuit’s most eventful corners, a hard braking point, that is often the scene of race incidents, and a potential overtaking spot.
From the hard acceleration zone out of La Source, you will be ideally placed to see the steep charge down the straight, and through Eau Rouge. This is truly one of F1’s greatest turns, as the cars sweep left then right, heading uphill at unbelievable speed. You will have a great view of the pit lane exit, making this an excellent place to see race strategies evolving.

Grandstand Gold 3 Eau Rouge is in a privileged position at the top of the hill at Eau Rouge, a prime location overlooking one of Formula 1’s most exciting and celebrated corners.
This is a superb vantage point to see the cars racing towards you uphill at unbelievable speed, before sweeping to your left and into Raidillon. Any driver straying off the racing line here will be at the centre of a spectacular incident. You will also have a birds eye view of the charge out of La Source and down the straight, including a clear view up to the pit lane exit, making this an excellent place to see race strategies evolving.

Grandstand Gold 6 Chicane directly overlooks the Chicane at the pit lane entry, and offers a view down towards the 185 mph left hander at Blanchimont.
This is a truly spectacular part of the circuit, and its hardest braking zone, as the drivers undergo 5.3G as they slam on the brakes on entry. You will see the skill of the drivers and the performance of the cars as they weave right then left, and out onto the main straight.

Grandstand Gold 7 Source offers a direct view over the legendary La Source hairpin, it’s a great spot to see the cars charge out of the first corner. This is one of the circuit’s most eventful corners, a hard braking point, that is often the scene of race incidents, and a potential overtaking spot.Your view also includes the hard acceleration zone out of La Source, and the steep charge down the straight, and through Eau Rouge. This is truly one of F1’s greatest turns, as the cars sweep left then right, heading uphill at unbelievable speed.

Grandstand Gold 8 Source Start overlooks the legendary La Source hairpin, looking down the barrel of the main straight. This is a sought after grandstand, and a fantastic spot to see the cars charge towards you into the first corner. This is one of the circuit’s most eventful corners, a hard braking point, that is often the scene of race incidents, and a potential overtaking spot.

Grandstand Gold 9 Pole Position sits between the start line and the famous La Source hairpin. This is a great spot to see the charge into the first corner at the race start, and is often the scene of race incidents, and a potential overtaking spot. You will be well placed to see the pre-race grid further up the straight, and a more distant view of the podium. You will see the chequered flag as the winner crosses the line, as well as the champagne showered podium celebrations and interviews.
You will have a good view of the last few garages and end of the pit lane, so this is a good spot to see race strategies evolving.

Formula 1 Grand Prix of Belgium Programme (Provisional)

Friday
Formula 1 Practice 1 10:00 – 11:30
GP2 Series Practice Session 12:00 – 12:45
Formula 1 Practice 2 14:00 – 15:30
GP2 Series Qualifying Session 15:55 – 16:25
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercar Practice Session 16:45 – 17:30
GP3 Series Practice Session 17:50 – 18:35
Saturday
GP3 Series Qualifying Session 09:45 – 10:15
Formula 1 Practice 3 11:00 – 12:00
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercar Qualifying Session 12:25 -12:55
Formula 1 Qualifying Session 14:00 – 15:00
GP2 Series First Race (40 Laps) 15:35 – 16:40
GP3 Series First Race (24 Laps) 17:10 – 17:55
Formula 1 Legends Parade –
Track Familiarisation 18:05 – 18:45
Sunday
GP3 Series Second Race (18 Laps) 09:15 – 09:50
GP2 Series Second Race (28 Laps) 10:25 – 11:15
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercar Race (16 Laps) 11:35 – 12:10
Formula 1 Legends Parade 12:40 – 12:45
Formula 1 Grand Prix (71 Laps) 14:00 – 16:00

* Conditions: Prices per person in NZ$, twin share on board basis and ticket category as listed above. 60% non-refundable deposit due at the time of booking. Balance due 150 days before departure. Balance is subject to exchange rate fluctuations and price is guaranteed only upon receiving full payment. Subject to availability and AIM Holidays T&Cs as listed on our website.