Key Facts

Spa-Francorchamps Circuit

Lenght : 7 km, 3 meter et 95 centimeter

6-hour endurance race
for Touring and GT up to 1965
Qualifying Practice

Maximum 90-minute duration
Friday, September 27


Maximum 360-minute duration
Saturday, September 28, from 15:55 to 21:55

2 or 3 drivers per car
Signing On & Scrutineering
Thursday 26 and Friday 27 September
Mandatory Safe Equipment
Cars and drivers must meet the mandatory safety equipment of historic cars competing in Belgium
Maximum sound level permitted per car on the track
112 dB
Historic Technical Passport (HTP)
All cars must be in possession of a Historic Technical Passport
Eligible tyres
  • DUNLOP Vintage «L» or «M» Section racing tyres which have 204 Compound only and tread pattern CR65 or earlier


Light must be Period Specification, by definition excluding modern Xenon, LED or similar lights.
 Auxiliary lights may be added up to a maximum of six total forward facing lights excluding parking lights
Radio communications
Radio communications between cars and pits are forbidden
The refuelling during the race will only take place at the Total petrol station located inside the paddocks down to the Eau Rouge. All the refuelling area will be regarded as being under the refuelling zone procedure. The driver must get out of his car and do the refuelling himself. The mechanics are not allowed in the refuelling area.
Maximum quantity of fuel for each refuelling :

100 liters

Entry fee

5500 euros per car. The fuel is neither included for the practice nor during the race.

A deposit of 2500 euros is required to secure your place on the grid. The balance of the entry fee will be required later on.

Entries are received by invitation.

No regulation value.
Please read the Full Regulations for all details.