DTM - Spa-Francorchamps
The 7 kilometres long Spa-Francorchamps circuit is a natural track, located in the forests of the Ardennes.
When09 - 11 september 2022 (3 days) 
WhereCircuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Route du Circuit
4970 Francorchamps

The DTM was relaunched in the year 2000 under the name “German Touring Car Masters” and attracted many fans as a follow-up series to the original DTM/ITC (1984 to 1996). Pure prototypes were fielded until 2020, with cars complying with the FIA GT3 regulations introduced to the series since. The most popular international touring car series provides its visitors far more than just motor racing. Open paddock, fair ticket prices, regular autographing sessions are just some of the features making DTM that attractive for fans.

The history of the Spa-Francorchamps race track dates back a full century. Initially a road circuit connecting the villages of Francorchamps, Stavelot and Malmédy, the track became one of the world’s most famous motorsport facilities over the years. Formua 1, sports cars, touring cars, rally, rallycross: the full bandwidth of motorsport is represented in the Ardennes. As part of a comprehensive investment programme, the course for the future is currently being set.

Many drivers, male and female, from all disciplines of circuit racing are considering the seven kilometres long Spa-Francorchamps track as their favourite circuit. No surprise as the challenge is huge. Especially the ultra-fast section of Eau Rouge and Raidillon sets the motorsport fans’ hearts racing.

The Spa-Francorchamps circuit is a natural track, located in the forests of the Ardennes. The engine sound is an acoustic delight while the elevation changes are not only noticeable for the drivers, but also for those spectators who walk along the track in the forest. But the effort pays off as the impressions are unique.