Belgian Grand Prix.
Driving Holiday (Route TBC)
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Start: Folkstone 8am
Destination: TBC, Liege
Route: The Belgian Grand Prix
Destination: TBC, Metz
Route: via Trois Epis Hillclimb, Feldberg Pass
Destination: TBC, Lake Lucerne
Start: Lake Lucerne
Route: via “The Big 3”, Routes des Cretes
Destination: TBC, Lyon
Route: via Reims-Gueux
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The Belgian Grand Prix Driving Holiday
While this might be our shortest Grand Tour, but don’t let that fool you. Traversing the Swiss Alps from Lucerne to Lyon means you get to drive more of Europe’s best driving roads than on any other road trip. If you’re feeling energetic you can cover The Furka Pass, Simplon Pass, Grimsel Pass, Nufenen Pass, Susten Pass, Route des Cretes, and Piz Gloria, all in a single day! You’ll also have the opportunity to stay at 5 Star hotels, AND watch the Belgian Grand Prix from Spa Francorchamps!
The Belgian Grand Prix Driving Holiday gives our guests a wonderful opportunity to visit the Spa Francorchamps Grand Prix Circuit and stay at a wide variety of exclusive, five-star, hotels along the way.
The day you depart, you will receive Belgian Grand Prix tickets, Eurotunnel tickets, and a comprehensive list of recommended routes to drive. You will be located in one of the grandstands, meaning you get the best views of the circuit. We also offer pre-paid parking so that you can drive into the circuit and enjoy the Belgian F1 Grand Prix without worrying about where to park your car.
The route you will take is also a wonderful drive. Travelling through France, Germany and Switzerland, is simply incredible. You will get the opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular views as you cross borders and summit mountain passes. Driving roads like the Klausen Pass, the Oberalp Pass, the Nufenen Pass, the Grimsel Pass, and the Great St Bernard Pass, are experiences you will never forget.
History of the Belgian Grand Prix
Formula One in Belgium has been on the race calendar for nearly a hundred years. It was first held in 1925 but was built in 1921 and originally only hosted motorcycle racing. The fastest lap of the current layout is held by Valteri Bottas in a time of 1:46.286. The most successful driver around Spa-Francorchamps is Michael Schumacher who had 6 wins here. The most successful Formula One Team at the Belgian Grand Prix is the Ferrari F1 Team, with seventeen wins.
Spa-Francorchamps is located south-east of the Belgian city of Liege. Belgium is bordered by Germany, Luxembourg, France and The Netherlands.