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A 2023 vintage will be a cracker of a fireworks display!

Traditional event at the start of summer for the Royal Automobile Club of Spa, the Spa Euro Race 2023 promises to be even more flamboyant than ever. To such a point in fact we could say this programme brings us back to the finest moment of this meeting already envisioned 33 years ago!

Not only that, but the Spa Euro Race has always been noteworthy for the variety of categories assailing the Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps, and for this 2023 vintage, quality and quantity will go hand in hand more than ever! And the very essence of this meeting is preserved, since more and more young wolves will be attempting to stand out from the crowd, particularly at the forefront in the singleseaters, and among them perhaps some of tomorrow's champions may feature!

With the GB3 Championship and the Championship of France 4, the singleseater will be very well represented. An international overtone is confirmed by the Alpine Elf Europa Cup and the Lotus Cup Europe, but also by those competitions that are absolute classics of the Spa Euro Race such as the Supercar Challenge / GT & Prototype Challenge, the Benelux Ford Fiesta Sprint Cup, the Mazda MX-5 Cup and the very spectacular Caterham Graduates. The Belcar Endurance Championship will have the honour of taking place on Saturday night so the atmosphere will be guaranteed! A bill completed by the Ford Modified Series and its batch of Focus, Sierra, Escort, Fiesta and other muscular Cortina cars!

Yes, you've got the message; it's an explosive cocktail that will leave the public with bated breath on Friday 2, Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 June on the most beautiful circuit in the world. And once again general access is free, while it's only €5 to get into the paddocks.  

Practical information : 

* Opening hours

-  Friday June 2nd from 8:00 to 10:30 pm
- Saturdy June 3th from 8:00 to 10:30 pm
- Sunday June 4th from 8:00 to 6:30 pm
* Entrance by Ster, La Source, Les Combes and Blanchimont
* The paddocks, the F1 grandstands, the Raidillon, the Endurance, 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.

* 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 2 : Shop Pit Bar Restaurant 11:00 to 2:30 pm 
- Saturday 3 :  Shop Pit Bar Restaurant & Paddock 11:00 to 3:30 pm 
- Sunday 4 : Shop Pit Bar Restaurant & Paddock 11:00 to 3:30 pm

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

* Access for disabled people.

* Dogs are not allowed.

* Free entrance - Paid paddock entry (Saturday & Sunday only) -> 5€

* Parkings P1/P2 (Visitors)
-> Friday - Free
-> Saturday - 8€
-> Sunday 8€
Only sale on site, only by card.

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

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