This Saturday the 31st of July one of the world’s most competitive races – the TotalEnergies 24 hours of Spa – will take place at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium.
With fifty-eight cars from nine different brands all aiming to come out on top, it promises to be an electric event that will attract a global audience as competitors represent all corners of the globe. Such is the scope of the event that a multitude of industry-leading partners are on board including Audi, Gullwing, Pirelli (who are supplying all of the tyres for all of the cars!) and the namesake of the event – TotalEnergies.
The four classes are Pro, Silver Cup, Pro-Am and Am Cup and regardless of class, the rules stipulate that no driver can spend over fourteen hours behind the wheel in total. This gives teams a chance to shine evenly – while also ensuring strategy is in place to have the right driver behind the wheel at the right time. The German team of Rowe Racing were the big winners last, led by drivers Earl Bamber, Laurens Vanthoor and Nick Tandy. Apart from the overall winning award, the Coupe du Roi will also be awarded to the brand that accumulates the best score across all classes. This award was won by Lamborghini last year.
While the spectre of covid-19 does thankfully not loom as large as before, the unpredictable element at play with this event will be the weather. We have seen time and time again with races and events all over the world that weathers of any extremes (extreme heat or even extreme rain) can wreak havoc, so this is another challenge for the drivers and teams to consider and navigate at the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa.
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