It’s going to be the 34th time the Formula 1 will be running on the track in the Ardennes which was opened in 1921 and already hosted of the first Formula 1 World Championship Round in 1950. The track itself is a about 7 kilometres long, challenging circuit, which is not only famous for its variable weather conditions, its up and downs that demand the maximum focus of each driver but also one of the world’s most legendary turns – the “Eau Rouge”.
We’re really excited about a great Formula 1 race weekend and about what the teams will come up with after the break.
What do you think? Who is going to win the race?