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Spa Francorchamps - Sports Prototype Cup Four Week Countdown

Double header with two 60 minute races!

Single or two driver format.


After three thrilling races at Zandvoort, brace yourselves for the next adrenaline surge as the Sports Prototype Cup, boasting the Revolution Trophy, gears up for a spectacular double-header at the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit on June 1st and 2nd.


Set against the breath-taking backdrop of the Belgian Ardennes, this leg of the Cup promises a unique twist with a 'mini-endurance' format. Over the course of two action-packed days, competitors will engage in a pair of one-hour races, sharing the track with a captivating mix of prototype and GT cars from the Dutch Supercar Challenge.


Drawing inspiration from the resounding success of the 2023 edition, organisers have designed a split-grid start to ensure a safe and riveting launch into each race. In 2023 this format attracted a staggering line-up of over 40 cars, so fans can expect fierce battles unfolding across the field, making every corner a battleground.


Adding to the intensity, each race will feature mandatory pit stops, offering teams the opportunity to strategize and optimise their performance on the demanding Spa-Francorchamps circuit.


Whether opting for a solo assault or teaming up for a tag-team showdown, competitors have the freedom to choose between single- or dual-driver entries, further amplifying the suspense and unpredictability of the competition.


Revolution arrive and drive services are available:



Stay tuned for updates as the countdown to the Spa-Francorchamps showdown begins!


Provisional Timetable

Friday 31 May:     

  • 11:50 40 min free practice 1

  • 15:00 40 min free practice 2


Saturday 1 June:   

  • 10:00 20 min qualifying

  • 14:10 60 min race 1

Sunday 2 June:

  • 1125 60 min race 2


All about Spa-Francorchamps

Spa-Francorchamps is one of the most legendary racing circuits in the world, located in the Ardennes region of Belgium. Here's a rundown of its key features and history:

 

  • Location: Situated near the town of Francorchamps, in the province of Liège, Belgium.

  • History: The circuit dates back to the 1920s when it was originally a 9-mile (14 km) public road track. It has undergone several modifications over the years, with significant changes made in the 1970s and 1980s to improve safety.

  • Layout: The current circuit is 7.004 kilometers (4.352 miles) long and features a mix of high-speed straights, challenging corners, and dramatic elevation changes. Iconic sections include Eau Rouge and Raidillon, which are renowned for their high-speed and demanding nature.

  • Eau Rouge and Raidillon: Arguably the most famous sequence of corners in motorsport, Eau Rouge is a sweeping uphill left-right combination that leads into Raidillon, a steep climb that demands precision and bravery from drivers.

  • Events: Spa-Francorchamps hosts a variety of motorsport events, including the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix, which has been a staple on the F1 calendar for decades. It's also a regular venue for endurance racing, including the prestigious 24 Hours of Spa.

  • Challenges: The circuit's location in the Ardennes means it is prone to unpredictable weather, with rain and fog often playing a role in races. This adds an extra layer of challenge for drivers and teams.

  • Atmosphere: Spa-Francorchamps is known for its picturesque setting amidst the Ardennes forest, which creates a unique atmosphere for spectators and competitors alike. The track's long straights and challenging corners provide ample opportunities for overtaking and dramatic racing moments.

Overall, Spa-Francorchamps is celebrated as one of the most iconic and challenging circuits in the world, attracting motorsport fans and drivers from across the globe. Its combination of history, technical challenges, and natural beauty makes it a favourite among racing enthusiasts.


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