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On 21 and 22 October, the world of 2CVs will gather at the most beautiful circuit in the world for the 38th edition of the 24 Hours of 2CV, accompanied by the C1 Racing Cup, starting on Saturday afternoon for 24 hours of racing.

The Spa-Francorchamps 24 Hours 2CV :

  • Qualifying on Saturday morning followed by a BGDC courser with the 100 series and the TTE.
  • The parade of over 500 2CVs from all over Europe.
  • All weekend long, entertainment, Lego by Walug exhibition and Citroën parts flea market.

Free general admission and paddock

More info:


Infos pratiques

* Organiser :

2CV Racing Teams 
Avenue PJ Antoine 109
4040 Herstal
Contact :

* Opening hours
- Saturday 21 october 09.00 to 18.00 (Free entry)
- Sunday 22 october 09.00 to 18.00 (Free entry)

* Public access / parking :

Please use the “Spectators” entrance through “Ster”, from car parks P1 and P2.
Parking :
Friday : free
Samedi : 8€/day
Sunday : 8€/day
No presale. Payment by card only.
Parking adress : Route du Fagnou 4, 4970 Stavelot

Entry Source, Combes, Blanchimont also open.  
* Free entry

* Camping: 1 pitch (25m² / max 4 people) = 30 € / weekend.
No presale. Payment by card only.

200 pitches available.

Access to the campsite: from 7 a.m. on the first day of the event until 8 p.m. on the last day of the event.

Campsite access map : HERE


* Person with reduced mobility
Access via car park P1, Ster entrance. To access the paddocks, head towards the bottom of the Stadium area (Raidillon side), then cross the Eau Rouge tunnel.
* 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.
* 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 Circuit shops will be open (next to the Pit Bar Restaurant on the Pit Building terrace and in the paddocks).

* Pets

Guide dogs and companion dogs for the disabled are allowed inside the circuit site (paddock) and are welcome.

Pets are allowed, but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Bear in mind that the circuit is noisy, hectic and there is a constant flow of vehicles. All these components are not particularly recommended for pets.

* Schedules & maps : HERE

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