Belgian F1 Grand Prix

Grand Prix

Belgian F1 Grand Prix
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Spa - Sunday, September 1, 2019
Overview
A weekend in Spa Franchorchamps, Belgium, is a delightful experience for fans and corporate clients alike. A refurbished pit building and a lot of new features and improvements to the historic race track and its facilities means that you will enjoy a fabulous weekend.
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City Info

Aside from being the home to one of the greatest circuits on the Formula One calendar, Spa is recognised throughout the world for its water. The Romans were the first people to discover its natural springs deep in the Ardennes countryside, and people still visit the town today in search of hydrotherapy. The biggest industry in the town is the famous bottled water company, Spa.
The mention of water is never far from people’s lips at the circuit, which is eight kilometres from the town. One of the most fearsome corners on the lap is Pouhon, which translates into English as ‘water well’ and the Ardennes has a micro-climate all of its own, hence rain tyres are never far from the cars.
“The great thing about Spa-Francorchamps is that it hasn’t changed over the years,” says three-time world champion Niki Lauda. “The track is an old-style circuit and is still a great challenge to the drivers, and the surrounding area hasn’t been built all over and is still very beautiful. I enjoy coming here.”
The bright lights of Liege and Brussels are a 40-minute and two-hour drive respectively, so there is something for everyone at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Source: F1.com

Track Info

Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps circuit is among the most historic on the Formula One calendar, having hosted a (non-championship) Grand Prix as long ago as 1924, and remains one of the most popular venues with drivers and fans alike. Run on narrow public roads, the original Spa layout was an amazing 14.9 kilometres long and notoriously dangerous. The lap distance was reduced slightly over the years, with some corners eased, but when the 'old' circuit staged its final Grand Prix in 1970 it still measured just over 14 kilometres and remained staggeringly quick - Chris Amon set that year's fastest lap at an average speed of just under 245 km/h.
Spa did not return to the calendar until 1983 and then in drastically revised form, with lap distance cut to just under seven kilometres. Somehow, though, the circuit's magic was retained. Around two thirds of the lap used the original layout and the legendary Eau Rouge corner remained intact.
More than twenty years on Spa remains the longest circuit on the calendar. Its mix of long straights and challenging fast corners, coupled with its picturesque setting, means that most drivers still rank it among their favourite tracks. The weather is still notoriously changeable (it can often be simultaneously raining on one part of the track and dry on another) and Eau Rouge, with its high speed and sudden elevation change, maintains its reputation as one of Formula One racing's most technically demanding corners.
Source: F1.com

Race Itinerary

F1 TIMETABLE

Fri 30 August 2019
Practice 1 11:00 - 12:30
Practice 2 15:00 - 16:30

Sat 31 August 2019
Practice 3 12:00 - 13:00
Qualifying 15:00 - 16:00

Sun 01 September 2019
Race 15:10 - 17:10

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Ticket Price Features
Silver 3 Child Priority 3 (Wkd.) 197,00 €
Silver 3 Priority 3 (Wkd.) 357,00 €
Gold 2 Priority 3 (Wkd.) 600,00 €
Gold 9 Priority 3 (Wkd.) 600,00 €
Bronze Priority 3 (Wkd.) 173,00 €
Belgian Grand Prix Floris Arlequin Grand Place 3*
Belgian F1 Grand Prix - 30/08/2019 to 02/09/2019 - 3 Nights
All prices are per person. Flights, Accommodation, F1 ticket & Rental car
Distances City Center: 1km - Airport: 60km - Circuit: 148km
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690,00 €
Belgian Grand Prix is giving you the chance to live an excitement weekend, admiring the nature enviroment of the green wood location of Spa! The most valuable tip is to take with you an umbrella, as the weather most of the F1 years at Spa races is rainy and cold like operating in winter, than in the summertime!
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Hotel Details

Situated in Brussels, 100 m from Museum of the City of Brussels, Hotel Floris Arlequin Grand-Place offers rooms with air conditioning. Popular points of interest nearby include Grand Place, Brussels City Hall and Manneken Pis. Rue Neuve is 500 m from the property.
All rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom is fitted with a shower and a hair dryer. All units feature a wardrobe.
A buffet breakfast is available daily at Floris Hotel Arlequin. The accommodation offers a fitness centre.
Magritte Museum is 800 m from Hotel Floris Arlequin Grand-Place, while Rogier Square is an 11-minute walk away. Brussels Airport is 11 km from the property.

This is our guests' favourite part of Brussels, according to independent reviews.

This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Brussels! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.

Hotel Services

Food & Drink
Restaurant
Bar
Snack bar

Internet
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 16 per day.

Services

24-hour front desk
Luggage storage
Laundry
Meeting/banquet facilities
Fax/photocopying

General
Newspapers
Safety deposit box
Non-smoking rooms
Facilities for disabled guests
Lift
Heating

Languages spoken
Dutch
French
Spanish
English
Public transit
Metro access
Railway access

Package Information

Package price per person in Double/Twin room:  Euro 690.00
Package price per person in Single room:  
Euro 840.00

Belgian GP package 30/08 - 02/09/2019  includes:  

- Airtickets 
- 3 nights accommodation with breakfast in double/twin room at Floris Hotel Arlequin Grand Place 3*    

- Car Rental

- Race Ticket General Admission


Offer is valid for reservations until 15/07/2018

Day 1: Friday 30 August 2019

Arrival at Brussels International Airport.

Pick up your car and drive to the hotel.
Rest of the day free for leisure

Day 2: Saturday 31 August 2019
Drive from the hotel to the circuit 
Watch the F1 practice & qualifying along with many other racing events. 
Rest of the day free for leisure.

Day 3: Sunday 01 September 2019
Drive from the hotel to the circuit.

Watch the Belgian Grand Prix.

Rest of the day free for leisure.


Day 4: Monday 02 September 2019 
Check out from the hotel. 
Drive from your hotel to the airport.

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