The foot of the uphill climb, which makes up Turn 2, is having its rails moved to allow for an enlargement of the run-off. The left part at Turn 3 will also have a larger tarmac run-off, as will the right-hand side of the track at Turn 4 at the top of the hill.
Further changes include a larger run-off at La Source, the first corner of the 7-kilometre circuit, where a gravel trap will be installed. The circuit also confirmed that the 24hr grandstand will be replaced by a new more modern facility.
Les Combes and Malmedy, Turns 6 and 7, will have a gravel trap for its run-off rather than tarmac.
Part of the tarmac run-off at Turn 8, named Bruxelles, will be removed and replaced by a gravel trap.
At Turn 16 and 17, the high-speed Blanchimont section, the circuit has outlined that the run-off platform at Turn 17 will be enlarged, with a gravel trap created and the railing moved. The tarmac run-off at Turn 16 will be transformed into a gravel trap.
Formula 1’s Belgian Grand Prix, the highlight event on the track’s schedule, is set to be the 14th round of the 2022 season, held on August 28.