Belgian Formula 1 Grand PrixBelgian Formula 1 Grand Prix One of Formula 1’s exciting legs, the Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix, comes to Brussels in August.
Belgium is one of the first countries that comes to mind when European racing is mentioned and this fame is, no doubt, down to the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix, one of the most important legs of the Formula 1 Grand Prix, is watched by breathless car racing fans, who are capable of jumping into another dimension when they watch the top teams and drivers pressing on the gas as they compete for first place. Due to his health, Michael Schumacher, the most frequent winner of the Belgium leg, will not be taking part in the race, but other top racing drivers will speed round the track like a storm and sign their names to another successful race. The Belgian leg has been taking place since 1925 and, in order to get to the final, drivers need to complete a 68 km course, as spectators watch on the edge of their seats. A legend amongst legends, the Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix is a sports event that has to be experienced once in a lifetime.
For detailed information about the race, please visit the Formula 1 official website www.formula1.com