2010 Gabriele Tarquini (SEAT León TDi) Andy Priaulx (BMW 320si)
2011 Rob Huff (Chevrolet Cruze) Gabriele Tarquini (SEAT León TDi)
DID YOU KNOW IT?
1 August 1987 – The 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps counted as fifth round of the new World Touring Car Championship. The powerful Ford Sierra Cosworth cars dominated qualifying, but in the race the BMW M3 proved more reliable and claimed the top three positions.
24 July 1994 – ROAL Motorsport team principal Roberto Ravaglia won the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps for the third time sharing a Super Touring BMW 318is car with Thierry Tassin and Alexander Burgstaller. Ravaglia had previously won the Belgian enduro in 1985 (BMW 635 Csi) and 1988 (BMW M3).
30 July 2005 – The WTCC races were held on Saturday before the 24 Hours. Race 2, on the damp track, was decided by a last lap contact at the Bus Stop chicane between García, Tarquini and Dirk Müller. Giovanardi braked in avoidance, while D’Aste cut the chicane and crossed the line first, but was given a 3-second time-penalty that demoted him to second behind Giovanardi.
24 April 2011 – WTCC returned to Belgium, racing at Zolder. After a Chevrolet 1-2-3 in the first race, Gabriele Tarquini put in a great effort to win second race, keeping the Chevrolet trio of Huff, Menu and Muller at bay for the whole race and surviving a contact with Huff at the Villeneuve chicane.
Friday, 20 June
12.30 – 13.00 : Testing
17.00 : Drivers’ briefing
Saturday, 21 June
09.00 – 09.30 : Free Practice 1
12.30 – 13.00 : Free Practice 2
15.00 – 15.20 : Qualifying Q1
15.25 – 15.35 : Qualifying Q2
15.40 – 16.00 : Qualifying Q3
16.10 (est) : Qualifying press conference
Sunday, 22 June
12.45 : Race 1
13.20 (est) : Race 1 podium ceremony
14.00 : Race 2
14.35 (est) : Race 2 podium ceremony
14.40 (est) : Race 1 & 2 press conference
Chairman of the Stewards : Daniel Fausel (CHE)
2nd International Steward : Baham Lekhal (MAU)
Race Director : Miroslav Bartos (CZE)
Assistant to the Race Director /
FIA Coordinator : Rui Marques (PRT)
Medical Delegate : Jacques Tropenat (FRA)
Technical Delegate : Manuel Leal (ESP)
Press Delegate : Fabio Ravaioli (ITA)
Chief Timekeeper : Mike Salmon (GBR)
Incident Camera Delegate : Lionel Bérard (FRA)
Safety Car Driver : Bruno Correia (PRT)
FIA WORLD TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSIFICATIONS
The provisional classifications for all the Championship can be found on the following link: