Spa-francorchamps

  • 1

    La Source

    2nd Gear
    65 km/h
  • 2

    Eau Rouge

    6th Gear
    245 km/h
  • 3

    Radillon

    5th Gear
    220 km/h
  • 4

    Kemmel Straight

    6th Gear
    265 km/h
  • 5

    Les Combes 1

    3rd Gear
    115 km/h
  • 6

    Les Combes 2

    3rd Gear
    130 km/h
  • 7

    Bruxelles

    2nd Gear
    85 km/h
  • 8

    Turn 8

    3rd Gear
    140 km/h
  • 9

    Pohuon 1

    4th Gear
    170 km/h
  • 10

    Pohuon 2

    5th Gear
    210 km/h
  • 11

    Turn 13

    3rd Gear
    115km/h
  • 12

    Campus

    3rd Gear
    130 km/h
  • 13

    Stavelot

    3rd Gear
    115 km/h
  • 14

    Turn 14

    4th Gear
    180 km/h
  • 15

    Blanchimont

    6th Gear
    245 km/h
  • 16

    Chicane

    2nd Gear
    65 km/h

RACE ONE, FRIDAY 29TH JULY, 2016
NOME
TEAM
CLASS
1
P. Kujala/A. Amstutz
Bonaldi Motorsport
PRO-AM
2
H. Schlegelmilch
Artline Team Georgia
PRO
3
C. Zöchling/F. Spengler
Konrad Motorsport
PRO-AM
RACE TWO, SATURDAY 30TH JULY, 2016
NOME
TEAM
CLASS
1
P.Kujala/A.Amstutz
Bonaldi Motorsport
PRO-AM
2
D. Lind
Raton Racing
PRO
3
H. Schlegelmilch
Artline Team Georgia
PRO

Super Trofeo Europe Spa-Francorchamps

The longest (7 km) and probably most difficult track of the calendar, Spa represents a challenge for both drivers and teams due to his fast, hilly and twisty nature.
 

Engineering the perfect car for such a layout means finding the right balance between top speed, needed on the long Kemmel straight, and downforce, vital to be quick through the famed Eau Rouge-Raidillon compression and cope with fast corners as Pouhon and Blanchimont.
Weather can also add odds: rain is a common sight in the Ardennes and the track is so long that conditions change a lot from spot to spot. In those treacherous conditions the Lamborghini 4WD system is a fundamental help.