CrowdStrike 24 hours of Spa

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Warming up (wednesday - friday) : 40€

General Entrance (all days) : 50€

General Entrrance + paddock (all days) : 80€

Sunday + paddock : 35€

Children under 12 accompanied by a paying adult will enjoy FREE access to the event.
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The 2024 CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa promises to be exceptional in more ways than one. Scheduled to take place between Wednesday 26 and Sunday 30 June, the biggest GT race in the world can count on an unrivalled level of competition, while the event’s off-track activities will be enhanced to celebrate its 100th anniversary. 

When it comes to the Belgian event, attendees can expect a mix of established traditions and new innovations. For example, the familiar Saturday evening concert – which features star performers from Europe’s electro scene – will be complemented by further evening music shows in the paddock on Thursday and Friday.

Indeed, fans will be at the heart of this event, both during the free-to-attend parade to Spa city centre (Wednesday 26 June) and at the circuit itself. The recently announced Gallery of Time exhibition will allow them to recall the past century of competition at Spa-Francorchamps, while evening Pit Walks will be organised on Thursday and Friday, providing a chance to see the garages up close and watch teams undertake pit stop practice.

That’s not all. The Fan Village, once again located at the foot of Raidillon, will be redesigned to incorporate further activities, while diverse and delicious catering stands will be more evenly distributed around the circuit. 

Then, of course, there is the sporting side. Having earned six wins between 1971 and 1989, Ford is set to make a popular return to the event with its new Mustang GT3. The American giant will not have it easy, with BMW seeking to add an incredible 26th overall victory and Aston Martin launching a renewed effort in 2024. 

Factor in the likes of Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, Lamborghini, McLaren, Mercedes-AMG and perhaps even Honda, and a sensational battle between the world’s biggest GT brands is in prospect. Once again, victory could be decided by just a few seconds.

 Ticket options to suit all tastes

The wait is over! In partnership with Ticketmaster, event organiser SRO Motorsports Group has launched a varied ticket offering to suit all interests and budgets.

Those looking for a fully immersive experience can opt for the General Admission + Paddocks ticket, which has a a pre-sale price of just €80. This will provide full five-day access (Wednesday 26 June through Sunday 30 June) to the general enclosure, all grandstands, the concerts, the paddocks, the Pit Walks, and all forms of entertainment. Please note that for security reasons a maximum number of tickets with paddock access will be put on sale – so don’t delay in purchasing yours!

In addition, there are tickets covering General Admission (five days, but without paddock access during the weekend), Warming Up (three days, Wednesday to Friday) and Sunday (as the only day of arrival). SRO Motorsports Group has also created an ‘After Work’ ticket, which is valid from 17:00 on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 June.

To see the full range of CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa tickets, please visit Ticketmaster. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at 24h@sro-motorsports.com.

Official 100 Years Shop

The official SRO Motorsports Group store will offer attendees an exclusive collection to mark the centenary CrowdStrike 24 Hours. Fans can choose from a variety of clothing, mugs, postcards, and camping equipment, as well as plenty of fun accessories. What’s more, reissues of vintage race posters should delight every collector.

LINK TO THE WEBSHOP

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