Spa undergoes five-year renovation costing R$217 million

Spa undergoes five-year renovation costing R$217 million
Spa undergoes five-year renovation costing R$217 million
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The board of directors of Spa-Francorchamps Circuit shared its future plans at a press conference. According to the plans, major works will be carried out to improve the track and infrastructure over the next five years.

A new layer of asphalt will be laid on a certain section of the track to provide greater grip.

Furthermore, management also plans to change the purpose of the rallycross track. It has been used for World Championship (WRX) races since 2019, but the championship moved to the Mettet track this year.

The intention is to transform the track into an area for fans. In addition, the reorganization of camping and parking areas and the renovation of some buildings are also among the goals.

The entire project will cost approximately 40 million euros (around R$217 million) and will take five years to complete.

Spa-Francorchamps had already undergone changes in recent years. Several changes have been made to bring Endurance motorcycle racing back to life.

Gravel boxes have been added at La Source, Les Combes and Pouhon, and the Eau Rouge-Raidillon area has been expanded.

Additionally, a large permanent grandstand was installed at the top of the Raidillon. Work was also underway on a new permanent grandstand to replace the old grandstand between La Source and Eau Rouge.

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