3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50

Belgian F1 Grand Prix

Spa - Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

29.08.2021
Important notice: SPA GRAND PRIX INFORMS YOU
The Belgian Government has authorised the holding of the Belgian Grand Prix 2021 with the possibility of hosting up to 75,000 spectators per day. However, hosting spectators within the Circuit grounds will be conditional on the presentation of a Covid Safe Ticket upon arrival on the site.
If you are coming from outside the EU, Switzerland, or UK, you will not be allowed to access the Formula 1 Rolex Belgian Grand Prix 2021.
Access to Belgian territory
Travels from an EU member state, Switzerland, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, or Liechtenstein:
A recognised vaccination certificate, attesting to a complete vaccination (dated two weeks when the vaccine requires two doses, 4 weeks when the vaccine requires one dose), or
A negative PCR test result dated less than 72 hours, or
A certificate of recovery dated less than six months.
Travels to Belgium are authorised from one of these countries. However, access to Belgian territory is contingent upon the presentation of:
Moreover, The Passenger Locator Form must be completed 48 hours before arrival on the territory. More information on https://travel.info-coronavirus.be"
Consequently, any travel from a European country, Switzerland, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, or Liechtenstein is possible.
 
Non-essential travels (= Fans/spectators) from the United Kingdom (non-EU).
 
Non-essential travels from the United Kingdom are authorized only for completely vaccinated people, and a PCR test is required on the first day upon arrival. PCR tests will be available around the Spa-Francorchamps Circuit (from Wednesday to Sunday), provided that registration has been made following a link that will be communicated on Spa Grand Prix website at a later date : https://www.spagrandprix.com/en/covid-19
 
Consequently, non-essential travels from the United Kingdom to Belgium are not authorised for non-completely vaccinated people.
 
For health and safety reasons, there will not be any ticket booths at the entrances of the circuit this year.
The only way to purchase the tickets still available is online, via our website www.spagrandprix.com, with immediate payment (credit card, maestro, etc.).
Payments via bank transfer will be authorised until 19 August 2021.
 
"COVID SAFE TICKET"
WHAT? The Covid Safe Ticket is a certificate open to nationals of the European Union, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.  
Attention : The “Covid Safe Ticket” is only accessible to residents of member states of the European Union, the European Economic Area, the United Kingdom, the Schengen Area, Switzerland, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, and Liechtenstein.
Consequently, the residents of a country other than one mentioned above are not eligible for obtaining the Covid Safe Ticket. Therefore, they will not be allowed to take part in the Belgian Grand Prix 2021, that is, even if they are allowed to enter Belgian territory.
HOW? To obtain this “Covid Safe Ticket” certificate, you must meet one of the following 3 conditions:
Be fully vaccinated (2 doses when so required by the vaccine) for more than two weeks.
  OR
Be in possession of a negative PCR test carried out no more than 48 hours prior to the day of attendance at the event. It is also possible that your test will reach expiry during the event. You will have the option then of having one or more tests (at your expense) carried out by healthcare professionals in the proximity of the Circuit. Further information will follow in the next few weeks.
  OR 
Be in possession of a certificate of recovery from Covid-19. The certificate of recovery is valid 10 days after the positive PCR test and has a duration of 6 months (180 days).  
ATTENTION: The conditions for obtaining the "Covid Safe Ticket" may be different from conditions of access to Belgian territory. If you would like more detailed information concerning access conditions to Belgian territory, please consult the Foreign Affairs website of the SPF (Federal Public Service).
COVID Certificate Check
France : tousanticovid
Belgique : Covidsafebe
Italie : Immuni
Norvège : Helsenorge
Allemagne : CovPass
Pays-Bas : CoronaCheck
Suède : Covidbevis
Finlande : My Kanta
Portugal : SNS24
Danemark : Coronapas
 
WHERE? The "Covid Safe Ticket" will be available on a smartphone app determined by your country. The app to download for Belgian visitors on your smartphone is: CovidSafeBE.  
 
Henceforth, in order to gain access to the Belgian Grand Prix 2021, 3 documents will be required: 
- The "Covid Safe Ticket" from 12 years old
- An item of identity that will allow the authenticity of the "Covid Safe Ticket" to be verified
- The e-ticket preferably in hard (paper) copy. The e-ticket will be downloadable on your customer space during the month of July (for reservations already made). In order to download an e-ticket, you will first have to make it nominative, that’s to say that you will have to manually attribute each purchased e-ticket to a specific person.
 
WITHOUT THESE 3 DOCUMENTS, YOU WILL BE IMMEDIATELY REFUSED ACCESS TO THE SITE.
If you are coming from outside the EU, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, please contact us by email. We will analyse your individual situation.  
The priority for each one of us is, and must remain, to respect the instructions issued and to do this in everyone’s interest.
Take good care of yourself and those close to you.
We are impatient to meet you again, in complete safety!
Thank you for your loyalty,
The Spa Grand Prix team.

Belgian F1 Grand Prix

29.08.2021 | Spa - Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

Important notice: SPA GRAND PRIX INFORMS YOU
The Belgian Government has authorised the holding of the Belgian Grand Prix 2021 with the possibility of hosting up to 75,000 spectators per day. However, hosting spectators within the Circuit grounds will be conditional on the presentation of a Covid Safe Ticket upon arrival on the site.
If you are coming from outside the EU, Switzerland, or UK, you will not be allowed to access the Formula 1 Rolex Belgian Grand Prix 2021.
Access to Belgian territory
Travels from an EU member state, Switzerland, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, or Liechtenstein:
A recognised vaccination certificate, attesting to a complete vaccination (dated two weeks when the vaccine requires two doses, 4 weeks when the vaccine requires one dose), or
A negative PCR test result dated less than 72 hours, or
A certificate of recovery dated less than six months.
Travels to Belgium are authorised from one of these countries. However, access to Belgian territory is contingent upon the presentation of:
Moreover, The Passenger Locator Form must be completed 48 hours before arrival on the territory. More information on https://travel.info-coronavirus.be"
Consequently, any travel from a European country, Switzerland, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, or Liechtenstein is possible.
 
Non-essential travels (= Fans/spectators) from the United Kingdom (non-EU).
 
Non-essential travels from the United Kingdom are authorized only for completely vaccinated people, and a PCR test is required on the first day upon arrival. PCR tests will be available around the Spa-Francorchamps Circuit (from Wednesday to Sunday), provided that registration has been made following a link that will be communicated on Spa Grand Prix website at a later date : https://www.spagrandprix.com/en/covid-19
 
Consequently, non-essential travels from the United Kingdom to Belgium are not authorised for non-completely vaccinated people.
 
For health and safety reasons, there will not be any ticket booths at the entrances of the circuit this year.
The only way to purchase the tickets still available is online, via our website www.spagrandprix.com, with immediate payment (credit card, maestro, etc.).
Payments via bank transfer will be authorised until 19 August 2021.
 
"COVID SAFE TICKET"
WHAT? The Covid Safe Ticket is a certificate open to nationals of the European Union, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.  
Attention : The “Covid Safe Ticket” is only accessible to residents of member states of the European Union, the European Economic Area, the United Kingdom, the Schengen Area, Switzerland, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, and Liechtenstein.
Consequently, the residents of a country other than one mentioned above are not eligible for obtaining the Covid Safe Ticket. Therefore, they will not be allowed to take part in the Belgian Grand Prix 2021, that is, even if they are allowed to enter Belgian territory.
HOW? To obtain this “Covid Safe Ticket” certificate, you must meet one of the following 3 conditions:
Be fully vaccinated (2 doses when so required by the vaccine) for more than two weeks.
  OR
Be in possession of a negative PCR test carried out no more than 48 hours prior to the day of attendance at the event. It is also possible that your test will reach expiry during the event. You will have the option then of having one or more tests (at your expense) carried out by healthcare professionals in the proximity of the Circuit. Further information will follow in the next few weeks.
  OR 
Be in possession of a certificate of recovery from Covid-19. The certificate of recovery is valid 10 days after the positive PCR test and has a duration of 6 months (180 days).  
ATTENTION: The conditions for obtaining the "Covid Safe Ticket" may be different from conditions of access to Belgian territory. If you would like more detailed information concerning access conditions to Belgian territory, please consult the Foreign Affairs website of the SPF (Federal Public Service).
COVID Certificate Check
France : tousanticovid
Belgique : Covidsafebe
Italie : Immuni
Norvège : Helsenorge
Allemagne : CovPass
Pays-Bas : CoronaCheck
Suède : Covidbevis
Finlande : My Kanta
Portugal : SNS24
Danemark : Coronapas
 
WHERE? The "Covid Safe Ticket" will be available on a smartphone app determined by your country. The app to download for Belgian visitors on your smartphone is: CovidSafeBE.  
 
Henceforth, in order to gain access to the Belgian Grand Prix 2021, 3 documents will be required: 
- The "Covid Safe Ticket" from 12 years old
- An item of identity that will allow the authenticity of the "Covid Safe Ticket" to be verified
- The e-ticket preferably in hard (paper) copy. The e-ticket will be downloadable on your customer space during the month of July (for reservations already made). In order to download an e-ticket, you will first have to make it nominative, that’s to say that you will have to manually attribute each purchased e-ticket to a specific person.
 
WITHOUT THESE 3 DOCUMENTS, YOU WILL BE IMMEDIATELY REFUSED ACCESS TO THE SITE.
If you are coming from outside the EU, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, please contact us by email. We will analyse your individual situation.  
The priority for each one of us is, and must remain, to respect the instructions issued and to do this in everyone’s interest.
Take good care of yourself and those close to you.
We are impatient to meet you again, in complete safety!
Thank you for your loyalty,
The Spa Grand Prix team.


Key Facts

Location: 4.641956

Area:

30,528 sq km (11,787 sq miles).



11,267,910 (2016).



363 per sq km.



Capital:

Brussels.



Government:

Constitutional monarchy. Federal state comprising three autonomous regions.



Geography:

Belgium is situated in northwestern Europe, bordered by France to the south, Germany to the east,Luxembourg to the southeast and the Netherlands to the north. There is 60km (37 miles) of North Sea coastline to the northwest. The country is divided into three regions: southern French-speaking Wallonia, northern Dutch-speaking Flanders and Brussels nestled between the two. Both Flanders and Wallonia are then subdivided into ten provinces: within Flanders they are West Flanders, East Flanders, Flemish Brabant, Antwerp and Limburg; within Wallonia they are Hainaut, Walloon Brabant, Namur, Liège and Luxembourg (not to be confused with the neighbouring country of Luxembourg).

Flanders’ landscape is characterised by low-lying polders near the coast, changing to rolling hills and fertile farming grounds in the Flemish Brabant and finishing with the wooded Hoge Kempen − Flanders’ only national park − in the east. Flowing across this landscape is the country’s largest river the Scheldt, which enters Belgium near Tournai and flows out to sea at Antwerp.

In contrast, landlocked Wallonia is dominated by intensive farming in its northern provinces, watered by the Sambre and Meuse rivers, with the terrain rising to form the hills and gorges of the Ardennes in the south. Belgium’s highest point is Signal de Botrange, at 694m (2280ft), located in the far east.

 



Language: Religion:

Mainly Christian (65%) with a large portion being Roman Catholic (58%, although few attend regular mass), with small Protestant and Jewish communities.



Time: Social Conventions:

Knowing which language to speak where can be tricky. Avoid speaking Dutch in Wallonia and French in Flanders. Most locals are laidback, but it can cause offence if you get it wrong in some circles. If in doubt, speak English.

Outside of business transactions, it’s customary to kiss three times on alternate cheeks. Guests should bring flowers, or a small present, for the hostess if they’re invited for a meal and it is customary to wish everyone bon appetit/eet smakelijk at the start of a meal. Dress is similar to other Western nations: jeans and a smart top suffices for most occasions, including nights out. Smoking is banned in venues where food is served.



Electricity:

220 volts AC, 50Hz. European plugs with two round pins are standard.



Head of Government:

Prime Minister Sophie Wilmès since 2019.



Head of State:

King Philippe since 2013.



Recent History:

Belgium's famous Dutch-versus-French language divide was established in the Middle Ages when Roman Emperor Charlemagne was forced to divide his kingdom between his three grandsons. Known as the Treaty of Verdun and signed in AD 843, it effectively split his territories up into the early divisions of France, Germany and the Low Countries. Flanders remained part of the Germanic Frankish lands, while Wallonia belonged to the Roman Empire and its Latin language.  

Ownership of the area passed between Spanish, Austrian and French kings, with great wealth and high art flourishing during the peaceful years of 1419-1467 and 1579-1620. Cloth-trading towns such as Bruges, Ypres and Ghent became particularly rich. 

Independence only came in 1830 when the citizens staged an uprising against Dutch ruler William of Orange and had their freedom formally recognised by Great Britain and France at the London Conference in 1831. Leopold I was inaugurated as the country's first king and was succeeded by his son Leopold II, who has achieved notoriety in the modern era for pouring the riches he gained from exploitation of the Congo into magnificent buildings like the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken in Brussels. During this time, French was the official language of government and the upper classes, while Dutch remained the dialect of the working classes. The divide created fluctuating friction between Dutch-speaking Flanders and French-speaking Wallonia and it continues to this day.


The country suffered four years of German occupation during World War 1, seeing some of the most intense conflicts of the entire campaign and emerging in a ruinous condition, an experience repeated during World War 2. However, it experienced rapid economic growth in the post-War era thanks largely to regeneration money granted by the US Marshall Plan. By developing its 'light' industries, Flanders subsequently overtook Wallonia's once-profitable coal industry and continues to support its southern counterpart to the tune of €10 billon a year − a cause of much grumbling among the Flemish. A constitutional monarchy, King Philippe succeeded his father Albert II who abdicated due to ill health in July 2013 and the royal family is credited as a unifying force between the two language communities.

Did you know?

 Belgium loves a procession and the Carnival of Binches with its famous Gilles and the Processional Giants and Dragons of Ath, Brussels, Dendermonde, Mechelen and Mons are recognised by UNESCO as Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Mankind.

 Outside of France, Belgians hold the most Tour-de France victories.

 French fries actually originate in Belgium. (French readers may dispute this!)



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