The now-usual Le Mans dress rehearsal.
28 cars on the entry list: no Ram Ferraris, no Millennium Racing/ADR-Delta (looks like that team isn't going to run at all this season, since they also pulled their Le Mans entries), still no Lotus T129 (that car is more and more reminiscent of the USF1 toasters), but Rebellion are bringing both new R-Ones to Spa, and a couple of extra entries: Jota doing their annual trek across the ELMS/WEC border for Spa+LM, as well as the third factory Audi.
As for the factory teams, the full-season Audis will continue to run in high-DF config, while all the other works cars (third Audi, both Toyotas and both Porsches) should be in Le Mans trim.
SCHEDULE WARNING: this is a two-day weekend, with practice/quali this Friday and the race this Saturday. Classic format, 6 hours, hopefully no biblical floods like the one that curtailed proceedings at Silverstone.
Qualifying: Friday, 19:20 CET, 25-minute session for GTE, 25-minute session for LMP. Fastest-4-lap-2-driver average for each car sets the grid.
Race start: Saturday, 14:30 CET.
Coverage - Motors TV, Radio Le Mans, WEC streams from behind the paywall. To be honest, despite the quite outrageous price for a full-season pass, once they actually got it working, the WEC app ran flawlessly for Silverstone race day, combining a stream on the PC with the onboards in the mobile app worked like a charm. Hopefully it keeps working well at Spa.
So... what else is there to say, apart from: 6 hours of the world's top sportscars around arguably the best modern racetrack around, and with just about 6 weeks to go before the big one, Le Mans itself.