The Dutch village Zandvoort is well known for its beach and permanent race track, which was the scene of the Dutch Formula 1 Grand Prix from 1950 to 1985. But less people know that there was a street circuit in Zandvoort before the permanent circuit was built.
This page is dedicated to the most famous corner of Spa-Francorchamps, the Raidillon, by mistake often called Eau Rouge. In this article I tell you about the construction of the corner and the confusion about the name. Also information about the temporary chicane from 1994.
On this page I will take you for a lap on the old circuit of Spa-Francorchamps. I show you not only the familiar route, but also the less known sections like l'Ancienne Douane, the chicanes at Malmedy and Masta and the pre-war version of the Stavelot Corner.