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#1 Clatter

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Posted 14 July 2022 - 16:27

I'm going with my sons to Spa this year. First time I've been there. Are there any restrictions on taking food and drink into the circuit?

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#2 DogEarred

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Posted 14 July 2022 - 17:29

I wouldn't go to an event that made such restrictions.



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Posted 24 July 2022 - 11:35

I'm going with my sons to Spa this year. First time I've been there. Are there any restrictions on taking food and drink into the circuit?

No restrictions, other than no glass containers.

 

https://www.spagrandprix.com/en/faqs



#4 Clatter

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Posted 24 July 2022 - 13:00

No restrictions, other than no glass containers.

 

https://www.spagrandprix.com/en/faqs

 


Excellent. Thanks.

#5 Beri

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Posted 27 July 2022 - 10:46

I dont know if you got General Admission tickets or Grandstand tickets. But if the first was to be the case, then I would strongly advise you to scout a spot to view the race on the friday or saturday and then queue in front of the gates on raceday before 7am. Chances are very slim that you will be able to take your preferred spot if you arrive any later than that. This has been my experience in 2017 and 2018. The last times I have been to Spa. I don't know as of late how this has been.

Before a certain Dutch guy got into Formula One, it didnt matter that much as there was space enough everywhere. But thats quite different nowadays   ;)



#6 Clatter

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Posted 29 July 2022 - 15:54

I dont know if you got General Admission tickets or Grandstand tickets. But if the first was to be the case, then I would strongly advise you to scout a spot to view the race on the friday or saturday and then queue in front of the gates on raceday before 7am. Chances are very slim that you will be able to take your preferred spot if you arrive any later than that. This has been my experience in 2017 and 2018. The last times I have been to Spa. I don't know as of late how this has been.
Before a certain Dutch guy got into Formula One, it didnt matter that much as there was space enough everywhere. But thats quite different nowadays  ;)


Thanks. It's GA, but I'm prepared for the early start to get a spot. Used to watch people getting to the gates early on a Sunday at Silverstone, smug knowing we could wait till later and amble down to our seats.