Watch our video guide to the five big reasons why you should book a ticket and travel to the Belgian F1 Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.

The Belgian F1 Grand Prix is one of the highlights of the motorsport calendar. The world’s most talented drivers take the fastest cars on the planet around this unique, treacherous circuit. It really is a sight to behold.

Every year, this race gives us some of the best racing action. From flying qualifying laps on Saturday, to head-to-head battles on Sunday, this is a Grand Prix weekend that has it all.

But that’s not the only reason you should be booking a ticket to Spa.

From the race’s unpredictable moments, to where you’ll be staying, and even making your journey a part of your experience, there are countless reasons why you should be making a trip to Spa.

But we’ve been tasked with narrowing it down to just five. Click below to watch the video, then click here to book Belgian Grand Prix tickets. You know it makes sense…

Five reasons to book a ticket to the Belgian F1 Grand Prix

5 Reasons to Go To the Belgian F1 Grand Prix

Legendary circuit

They don’t make tracks like this anymore. From the iconic Eau Rouge and Radillon, to the chaotic La Source, this track has it all. Every year, Formula 1 drivers come to the Belgian Grand Prix to push their machines to the limit. It’s what makes Spa one of the great venues for a F1 race.

Unpredictable race

The weather can catch the drivers out at Spa, as this tricky track becomes a slippery circuit. Be sure to pack a poncho, but don’t hide for the rain for too long. If there’s water on the track, it will lead to some unmissable action.

Perfect for road trippers

Turn your Grand Prix weekend into a week of discovering Belgium. Within less than three hours of leaving Folkstone, you could be in Bruges kicking off a trip that takes in Ghent, Antwerp, Brussels, and Leuven – the home of Stella Artois – before reaching the race. An epic way to experience the country.

You can read more on our Belgium road trip guide post here.

Camping and glamping at the Belgian F1 Grand Prix

Spa itself is quite a small town, so most racegoers elect to camp. A bunch of the world’s biggest F1 fans, in a field with nothing to do but drink and talk racing… what a shame!

Of course, for those who prefer to keep their hands clean, glamping is also available. Free WiFi, bacon sandwiches, tents you don’t have to put up yourself, this is five-star living.

Check out all the accommodation options at the Belgian F1 Grand Prix now.

On-track battles

The Belgian Grand Prix has given us some legendary battles between the world’s finest drivers.

Who could forget Michael Schumacher and Mika Hakkinen going wheel-to-wheel down the Kemmel Straight, around either side of Ricardo Zonta in 2000? Even in 2019, Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton put on a real show as the young Ferrari driver claimed his first Grand Prix win.

There’s something special about Spa, and the drivers know it.