Your detailed guide to buying tickets and the best places to watch the action at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps for the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix on August 27-29.
The Editor attended the 2015/2018/2019 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa Francorchamps. All images © F1Destinations.com.
The Spa Francorchamps circuit in the picturesque Ardennes region of Belgium remains one of F1’s few remaining classic circuits. If you don’t mind braving the elements and doing a lot of walking, the Bronze (General Admission) tickets at the circuit are excellent value. There’s also a good selection of grandstands to choose from at Spa, the majority of which are located close to the start-finish straight and Eau Rouge – choosing a covered grandstand at Spa is also a good idea.
Where to buy 2021 Belgian Grand Prix tickets?
We recommend buying your tickets for the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix from our preferred supplier Grand Prix Tickets (GPT). Ticket prices are reduced by 5% until May 31, 2021.
We also recommend Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences. Choose from grandstand seats or access to hospitality in the Champions Club and Formula 1 Paddock Club plus exclusive trackside activities and accommodation/transfers.Buy Belgian Grand Prix TicketsBuy Belgian Grand Prix Packages
Best tickets to buy at the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix?
- Budget (<€250): As long as you wear comfortable shoes and don’t mind a lot of walking, the views from the Bronze (General Admission) areas at Spa are excellent – though overcrowding can be an issue on race day. If you want a seat for the race, the Speed Corner Grandstand is only a little more expensive
- Mid-Range (€250-600): If you want views of the pits and start/finish/podium, then choose Gold 1. Otherwise, there are good views of La Source from Gold 8. The best views at Eau Rouge are in Gold 3.
- Hospitality (>€500): Located in the multi-level Business Tower close to Eau Rouge, Champions Club Platinum by F1 Experiences is recommended for all-inclusive hospitality and great circuit views. The Formula 1 Paddock Club is situated above the pits and offers VIP hospitality.
Belgian Grand Prix Tickets FAQ
Yes. Tickets are discounted by up to 10% until January 31, 2021. A further 5% discount applies from February 1 to May 31, 2021.
Yes, but only for race day – and the price is almost the same as for 3-day tickets.
All grandstand seats (with the exception of Speed Corner and Blanchimont 17-27) at the Belgian Grand Prix are numbered and reserved for the whole weekend. There is no “Free Friday” or grandstand roaming at the Belgian Grand Prix.
The following grandstands at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps are covered:
- Gold 1: Pit
- Gold 2: GP2
- Gold 3: Eau Rouge
- Gold 6: Chicane
- Gold 7: La Source
- Gold 8: La Source
- Gold 9: Pole Position
- Gold 10: Eau Rouge
- Silver 4: Bruxelles
Grandstand tickets for children aged 6-15 years are discounted by 50%. General Admission children’s tickets are priced at just above 20 for 3 days.
Wheelchair users and their companion can purchase discounted tickets to an access platform near the La Source corner. Purchase from Grand Prix Tickets (GPT).
Yes, you can purchase parking tickets from Grand Prix Tickets (GPT) for 20 per day in the Yellow, Green or Red parking zones. The Yellow zone is closest to La Source / Eau Rouge, and is best for most Gold grandstands.
Grand Prix Tickets (GPT) supplies e-tickets for the Belgian Grand Prix which can be printed at home. There is no additional charge.
Gold Grandstands at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Silver Grandstands at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
General Admission tickets at the Belgian Grand Prix
Spa Francorchamps has some of the best General Admission areas of any current F1 circuit, but you’ll need a certain level of physical fitness to make the most of its stunning forest location. Many of the walkways are unpaved and there’s serious hills involved, especially around Eau Rouge. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes and if rain is forecast, a pair of wellies will definitely come in handy.
General Admission viewing at Eau Rouge
Arguably F1’s most famous corner, the elevation change as the cars go up the hill is much more dramatic in reality. With a large concentration of grandstands and excellent general admission views, plus the best merchandise, food and drink close by, Eau Rouge is a great base for the weekend. There’s also an underpass in the middle of the corner to take you to other parts of the circuit.
General Admission viewing at Raidillon & Kemmel Straight
Once you have negotiated the steep path up the hill from Eau Rouge, you arrive at the area known as Raidillon. If you are lucky, there’s views of the cars emerging from Eau Rouge at high speed. The general admission area is quite limited here, and you’ll need to wait you turn (or get there very early on Sunday) to catch a glimpse of the cars through the handy ‘photographer’s gaps’ in the catch fencing. Once you get to the Kemmel straight, there’s much more room to find a vantage point on the side of the hill. There’s more fans closer to the Les Combes chicane, where many famous overtakes have happened over the years. YouTube video views: Raidillon / Kemmel Straight.
General Admission viewing at Bruxelles & Ravage
This area at the top of the circuit is a great spot to watch the action. You can get really close to the cars as they take turn 10 at low-speed and it’s an excellent spot for amateur photographers. It’s a small area however and you’ll need to compete for a spot with the regulars who come every year; get there at the crack of dawn if you want to see the race from this area. The panoramic views from the top of the hill at turn 11 down to Pouchon are also not to be missed. Check out our video of the Bruxelles view.
General Admission viewing at Pouhon
This is arguably the most popular general admission area at the circuit. There’s plenty of room on the hillside for several thousand fans to watch the cars approach the tricky Pouchon corner. The food and drink stalls at Pouchon are extensive, and the atmosphere is great. You can walk back to Eau Rouge via a flat, direct forest path in around 15-20 minutes. Please note that a new grandstand (Silver 3) was added on Pouhon corner in 2016.
General Admission viewing at Blanchimont and the Bus Stop
The Bus Stop chicane is another decent general admission vantage point, but there’s limited space to get great views, unless you fancy climbing a steep embankment. The views are also partially blocked by the Gold 6 covered grandstand. There are no grandstands on the high speed Blanchimont section of the circuit, and the views in general admission are limited to those from the path, which eventually leads below the circuit and emerges near the Les Fagnes area of the circuit, close to Pouchon. The 17-27 area for young fans is located here, but there’s limited track views for everyone else.