> Choice of three extensive viewing areas open to public around 7km circuit
> Local COVID-19 regulations in place to ensure safe running of 29 July-1 August
> Tickets available for Thursday, or Friday/Saturday/Sunday
> Purchase tickets | Provisional timetable
Fans will make a welcome return at this year's TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa where they can once again experience the thrill of the world's most competitive GT race in person.
Tickets are on sale now for the 73rd running of the twice-around-the-clock event, which is scheduled to be on-track from 29 July-1 August and will take place under local COVID-19 regulations.
Fans will be able to choose one of three defined bubbles from which to enjoy the action. Bubble 1 will cover the area between La Source and Eau Rouge; Bubble 2 runs alongside the Kemmel Straight; and Bubble 3 is located around Les Combes and Double Gauche. Each will be fully equipped with its own entrance, parking, restroom facilities and refreshments. Numbers in each zone will be limited according to local regulations.
Ticket holders can move freely within their own zone but must remain within a single zone for the duration of the four-day event. As camping will not be possible this year, fans will need to leave the circuit at the end of each day (except from Saturday) and can only return to their chosen zone.
Further sanitary measures will include wearing masks and respecting social distancing, while the paddock will remain closed to fans for the 2021 edition. Due to the amended programme, 2020 ticketholders will be eligible to receive full refund and purchase a new ticket.
Those wishing to attend must possess proof of a negative PCR test taken within the 72 hours before first entering the circuit, or an antigen test taken within 48 hours.
Tickets for Thursday can be purchased for €25 and will allow fans to enjoy an incredible 12 hours of track activity, running from 09:00 through to midnight. This includes several TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa sessions and culminates in Qualifying (20:50) and Night Practice (22:30).
Weekend tickets will allow fans to be present on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, treating them to a wealth of support series action and the drama of Friday night's Super Pole shootout. Then, on Saturday, the world's most competitive GT race gets underway at 16:30 and runs through until the chequered flag on Sunday afternoon.
Further information regarding ticket sales and the health regulations in place for this year's TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa can be found at www.TotalEnergies24hours.com.