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Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, 02 – 03 June 2015

The 2015 edition of Uwe Meissner’s biennial Modena Motorsport Track Days at the spectacular Spa-Francorchamps circuit is getting ever closer. If you haven’t booked your space, now is the time to do so. It is not every day that one can get the opportunity to pit oneself against one of the greatest race tracks in the world, and experience the thrill of the dropping down the old pit straight into Eau Rouge, then cresting Raidillon, before the long straight to Les Combes gives you time to adjust your senses after the experience, and to get ready for the next series of challenging curves and gradients.

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As in 2013, the full Grand Prix circuit will be used, and everybody will get the opportunity of plenty of track time, with a total of 6 hours overall available per day split between the different groups. There is also an informal concours for all Ferraris in attendance, judged by an international roving jury.

There promises to be a wide selection of Ferraris and other marques present, with the Williams Heritage programme having confirmed their attendance with F1 cars, to add to those of the F1 Ferraris already subscribed. Williams F1 reserve driver, Adrian Sutil will also attend on one of the days, and of course Belgian racing legend Jacky Ickx will continue his regular support of the event, this year with an official Porsche presence. There will also be a large group of around 20 Ferrari Challenge cars from the different series over the years, i.e. 348, 355, 360 and 430, plus at least one 430 GT2 in action. Also confirmed are an original Ford GT40 and Cobra Daytona Coupe, plus classic Ferraris like the 166 MM Barchetta, 225 S Vignale Spider, 500 TRC, and the legendary 250 GT SWB Berlinetta, along with sports racing Maseratis including examples of the 250S, 300S and “Birdcage”.

Reserve your place on the grid now!

Further detailed information, the timetable, plus entrant and public entry fees can be found at

Keith Bluemel

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