After the thrills and spills of the opening round of the season at Le Castellet, the Michelin Le Mans Cup now heads to Belgium to take on the challenge of the 7km Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
Here is your quick guide to the second event of the 2020 season.
WHAT’S RACING AT SPA?
From Wednesday with the private testing to Sunday, racing on track everyday!
CLICK HERE for the full schedule
CLICK HERE to see the entry list for the Spa round.
WHERE TO WATCH THE SPA ROUND
The second race of the 2020 season will be held behind closed doors but fans of the Michelin Le Mans Cup around the world can watch qualifying and the race for free on the official website.
The MLMC is also available to watch online and on your TV around the world either live or highlights of the race.
RACE LAP RECORDS
LMP3: Duncan Tappy - 2m14.636 - Norma M30-Nissan - 21/09/2019
GT3: Ross Gunn - 2m18.672 – Aston Martin Vantage GT3 - 21/09/2019
A WORD FROM THE RACE DIRECTOR
Eduardo Freitas will be the man in charge when the cars head out to contest the Spa round.We asked him what racing at Spa means to him.
“Spa is one of the oldest circuits we have on the calendar and it has undergone several changes over the years. It is one of the most challenging circuits in the world, it’s one of my favourites and Spa is where you see the difference between the kids and the men driving because to do a good lap at Spa, talent needs to be there. The circuit is a big challenge for all the drivers with the different classes we have on track. It should be an interesting show so it is a pity that spectators can’t attend.
“Spa remains a nice challenge for us in Race Control, for the marshals around the track and for, of course, the teams and drivers. It’s a circuit where the setup is very, very important because the circuit is a compromise as it has some very fast and some very slow corners where the difference can be made. I am always looking forward to going back to Spa-Francorchamps.”
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