So, where exactly is the circuit in Belgium?
Bellow you can see a map of Belgium with the circuit at the far east of the country. If you are travelling from the UK it's only around 3.5 hours drive from Calais.
I felt it was fairly pointless giving lot of directions to the area as you could be visiting from anywhere in the world! However it is fair to say that it's a very easy area to get to with plenty of motorways heading across Europe. Below the map are some guides to travel distance and times from a select few places.
Rough distances and travel time by car.
From Calais (Via Brussels)
350km - 3.5 hours
It's worth pointing out that I tend to travel via Brussels when I am in a hurry but it's a much less attractive journey. If you have the time I would suggest that after leaving Calais take the E40 north and then turn on to the E42 at Dunkerque. Follow this past Lille and Tournai heading for Mons and Charleroi. Then when you get near the town of Namur (well worth a visit if you have the time during your stay) you have a choice. If you are staying near to the circuit or north of it keep heading on this road to Liege. However the more beautiful area in my opinion is the south part of the region. We have stayed near places such as Durbuy, La Roche en Ardenne as well as some other local villages and towns. It's pretty much all wonderful scenery around this area. We turn south at this point and take the N4 towards Marche en Famenne. From this road you would then have to take the correct route to your actual place of residence.
280km - 3 hours
400km - 3.45 hours
400km - 4 hours
Berlin (Via Hannover and Koln)
700km - 6.5 hours
Geneva (Via Lyon, Dijon and Metz)
700km - 6.45 hours
If you have any words of interest regarding travelling to the circuit and the area in general from where you live please send them to me as I may wish to include them in this website with your permission.