Circuit Zolder, the only race-track located on Flemish soil, became a permanent fixture in 1963. The history of motor racing in the area dates back to the 1950s when the local Zolder motor racing club used the town square for their events – they then decided they wanted a dedicated place to race and Circuit Zolder was born. It has been the scene of many notable milestones ever since. Over the years, the circuit has hosted all types of motorsport, including the F1 Belgium GP on 10 separate occasions in the 1970s and 1980s. These days, Zolder hosts a round of the World Series by Renault championship, as well as the national GT Belcar Championship, the 24 Hours of Zolder and many more. At the start of 2006, the track underwent some changes to increase its safety. In 2007, the track hosted a Champ Car World Series GP and a round of the FIA GT Championship.
Time Zone : (GMT +1:00 hour) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
Major Events : Zolder Superleague, 24 Hours of Zolder, FIA GT Championship, 10 hours of Zolder
Circuit Length : 4.0 km (2.492 miles)
Turns : 10
Lap Record : TBA
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Circuit Zolder is located around 80 km from Brussels airport. Travelling from the highway E40 Brussels-Luik (Liège). Follow directions to Leuven (E314 (= A2)). Keep following the E314 highway. Lummen: keep following directions to Genk-Aken (E314). Leave the highway at exit 27, direction Zolder. Coming from highway E313 Antwerpen-Luik (Liège), leave at Lummen and follow directions to Genk-Aken (E314). Leave the highway at exit 27, direction Zolder. Coming from the highway E314 Aachen-Lummen. Leave the highway at exit 27, direction Zolder. From here follow directions to Circuit Zolder.
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