Watch the action from our Champions Club , arranged over three levels in the Business Tower with elevated views of Eau Rouge! Champions Club guests enjoy our signature hospitality, including an open bar and gourmet meals throughout the day. Other benefits include a guest appearances from F1 legend Jean Alesi and Guided Paddock Access. Join us in the Champions Club at Spa-Francorchamps.
Formula 1 Paddock Club™
Experience the luxury of the Formula 1 Paddock Club at Spa Francorchamps! Situated right on top of the team garages, guests enjoy the finest hospitality, including open bars and gourmet cuisine, plus Daily Pit Lane Walks and more! Our Legend Packages also include benefits you cannot get anywhere else, including a one-day paddock pass! Access to the Paddock Club is included with Premier, Paddock Club & Legend Packages.
Gold 2 Grandstand
The covered Gold 2 Grandstand is located on the short straight between La Source and Eau Rouge at the start of a Spa-Francorchamps lap. A good choice to stay out of the hot sun or rain (both can be expected at Spa, even on the same day!), Gold 2 is also well located for the best trackside atmosphere in the F1 Fanzone nearby. Gold 2 seating is included with Premier and Hero Ticket Packages.
Gold 4 Grandstand
The best grandstand for a view of the iconic Eau Rouge and Raidillon corners! This elevated grandstand has panoramic views from La Source through to Raidillon, including the uphill S-bend of Eau Rouge. The F1 Fanzone is also close by. Gold 4 seating is included with Trophy Ticket Packages.
Silver 3 Grandstand
The Silver 3 Grandstand is located on the Pouhon corner (Turn 12), which is a really popular place to watch at Spa-Francorchamps and has some of the best trackside atmosphere. Pouhon is a fast, downhill left-hander that is taken almost flat out, and is a great place to watch the cars right on the edge! A seat in the Silver 3 Grandstand is included with Starter Ticket Packages.
Even if you’ve got a grandstand seat or hospitality access, we still recommend you get out at some point over the weekend for a walk around the General Admission areas of this majestic circuit. Make sure you’ve got some decent shoes on, as most paths are not paved and there’s plenty of hills to negotiate! Areas worth checking out include Eau Rouge & Raidillon, Kemmel Straight and Blanchimont. We also recommend the inside of Bruxelles for close up views of the cars and Rivage for panoramic views of the circuit. Finally, the large Pouhon viewing area can be easily accessed via tunnel and walking path from the Eau Rouge Fanzone area. The best day to explore the circuit is Friday, when it is less crowded and there is easier access to the best vantage points.