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The International GT Open is heading to Spa-Francorchamps for the second round and the most special race of the season. Following the success of last year, the iconic track in the Ardennes will again set the scenery for an Endurance race, a single race of 2 hours 20 minutes, to take place on Sunday. This year, contenders of the GT Open and the GT Cup Europe will race together and fans will enjoy a combined grid of over 53 cars. The number of entries in the GT Open for this second round is 35.

Seven brands will be represented (Aston Martin, Audi, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Mercedes and Porsche), with the presence of some of the top GT3 teams, like AF Corse, Kessel Racing, Huber Motorsport, Oregon Team, Getspeed, Optimum Motorsport or SPS, and among drivers, some of the best GT3 specialist such as Richarl Lietz, Christopher Haase, Eddie Cheever, Matteo Cairoli, Andrea Montermini, Martin Kodric or Karol Basz. It will be also a great opportunity to see in action some of the GT3 cars of the latest generation, like the Ferrari 296 or the Porsche 992.

Belgium will be represented in the Endurance race by Street-Art Racing, with its Aston Martin GT3 carrying an art livery by Phil Akashi, and the two Porsche 992 Cup of Q1 Trackracing, entrusted to Nico Vandierendonck-Fidel Castillo and Laurent Vandevelde-Xander Przybylak.

The weekend programme sees also single-seater action, thanks to the Euroformula Open, the F.3-based series that has recently promoted talents such as Carlos Sainz, Yuki Tsunoda, Alex Palou and Colin Herta and where this year races Juju Noda, the daughter of Japanese ace Hideki Noda, and the Italian F.4 Championship. The Clio Cup Series will bring the excitement of grassroots mono-brand trophies, while touring car racing will be showcased by the TCR Europe, joined by the world’s elite of the TCR World Tour.

Practical information : 

* Opening hours

- Friday May 26th from 8:00 to 7:00 pm
- Saturday May 27th from 8:00 to 7:00 pm
- Sunday May 28th from 8:00 to 7:00 pm
* Entrance by Ster, La Source, Les Combes and Blanchimont
* The paddocks, the F1 grandstands, the Raidillon, the terraces of the endurance boxes, etc... will be accessible to the public. You will also have access to the paths around the track on foot or by scooter.
* The new Endurance grandstand is accessible!

* Food & Beverage : Pit Bar Resto (terrace of the Pit buildig), Galan F&B (various sales points in the paddocks), Arbre qui tue (bar in the bottom of the paddocks), etc...

* The two official shops of the Circuit will be open (in the paddocks and next to the Pit Bar Restaurant on the terrace of the Pit building) :
- Friday 26 : Shop Pit Bar Restaurant 11:30 to 1:30 pm 
- Saturday 27 :  Shop Pit Bar Restaurant & Paddock 10:00 to 4:00 pm
- Sunday 28 : Shop Pit Bar Restaurant & Paddock : 10:00 to 4:00 pm

* Speed is limited to 10km/h inside the circuit for safety reasons

* Access for disabled people.

* Dogs are not allowed.

* Free entrance

* Parkings P1/P2 (Visitors)
-> Saturday - 8€
-> Sunday - 8€

Only sale on site, only by card.

* Camping - 30€
Only sale on site, only by card.

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