A Mixed-bag Racing Festival
The 2011 season is going well with good crowds, shows, spectacle, meetings and high-tech! This weekend, the Racing Festival, will stay in the same vein with a mixture of saloon cars, GTs and one-seaters. Three disciplines out of seven are coming from cross-Channel for this edition. We will thus have on the programme the very beautiful winged Lotuses, which will bring together the Lotus on Track Elise Trophy, the Lotus Cup Europe and the Lotus Cup UK.
The second discipline from the UK is the GT Cup with its magnificent Porsches, Ferraris, KTMs and other Aston Martins.
Then it's the turn of the Historic with a very special series titled "race-at-spa" reserved for cars from the 70s, 80s and 90s which will allow the enthusiastic owners of GTs, saloons and other high-powered cars to tear up the tarmac of the World's most beautiful Circuit.
The one-seaters are also well presented on this meeting's programme with two series of Formula 2.0 Alps, Italian and Swiss versions.
In this same category we will welcome a novelty with the F3 Classic and the Formula Renault Classic sharing the same starting grid.
For the second time this year the Dutch Supercar Challenge is returning to elbow its way around the Ardennes track and it's well known that in this type of thing our Northern neighbours are fairly robust.
Confrontation, strategies and prowess, both on the track and behind the scenes; in brief a high-explosive show!
Next week, if you'd like to come by Francorchamps, know that we will have the guests of the English club Circuit Day on Monday and Tuesday, there will be a wide range of cars from the members of the Rotary Club of the Spa-Francorchamps-Stavelot region on Wednesday, then on Thursday the French driver Christophe Tinseau will play at GO for the members of his club. Next weekend, we will welcome a new, 100% Batavian meeting.
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