Track days

Track days


Eager to take your first steps on a circuit? Book a track day at Xwift Racing Events! A track day is an organized event where both skilled drivers and people without any experience can race on a professional track. Our team will teach you how to improve your car control and driving skills. More experienced drivers will be trained to prepare them for different races throughout the year. Our data analysis system and video footage can be used to provide you with tailored training.

Every race driver needs a break from time to time, during which you can use our sim trainer to further test your limits. Our infrastructure allows us to recover from your stint in beautiful surroundings. We also offer an extensive catering service for breakfast and lunch.
So if you like speed and adrenaline, the Ultimate Racing School of Xwift Racing Events might just be what you need!

Typical day schedule

07u30 – Arrival
07u45 – Breakfast
08u30 – Safety briefing
09u00 – Open pit lane
12u00 – Lunch
13u00 – Open pit lane
18u00 – End of session

You can continuously enjoy full catering.
Obviously you have the option to take a shower after the effort in our own race trailer.
In between, you can practice on one of the provided racing sims so that you can explore the track
many times in advance and crown your effective performance with razor-sharp chrono times!

Membership formulas

• Membership of an exclusive networking and racing society
• Discount on race fees
• Cheaper track days
• Free sim training
• Extra track time:  Standard: 6 *30 min – Premium: 9 *30 min – Unlimited: 12 *30 min
• Data/video coaching
• Optional slicks
• Discount budget on our networking events (e.g. racing on ice, …)

Contact us for more info on our membership formulas



Spa-Francorchamps is a race track in the municipality of Stavelot, province of Liège.
The Spa-Francorchamps circuit is considered by many drivers to be the most beautiful track in the world.
Seven kilometers long, fast and ideally making use of the relief of the Ardennes. Of the twenty turns, we especially remember the Eau Rouge, which has some crazy passages. The original route of the circuit (15 km) used sections of the public road.

Since:  1924                           Length:  7,004 km

Fastest lap:  1’41″770            Curves:  20

Circuit Zolder (aka Circuit of Terlaemen) is a race track located near the village of Viversel, which is part of Heusden-Zolder.
The Limburg circuit welcomed the F1 circus ten times in the 1970s and 1980s. The four-kilometer track contains some technical passages. The circuit welcomes different races, from trucks to motorcycles and even bicycles! The most famous race on this track is the 24 hours of Zolder.

Since:  1963                           Length:  4,011 km

Fastest lap:  1’12”                  Curves:  10

The Circuit Jules Tacheny is a race track in Mettet in the province of Namur.
It is a small track of 2.3 kilometers, but still has ten corners. Small but nice, because the pilots ánd the public are never bored! It used to be mostly known to motorcyclists, but has been permanent since 2010 and is used by various driving schools.
The track is not suitable for large-scale events such as Formula 1 or Superleague Formula. In terms of layout, the circuit is somewhat like Reims-Gueux, which is also short and winding. The track is especially suitable for small racing classes and race training.

Since:  2010                           Length:  2,28 km

Fastest lap:  1’03″202           Curves:  10

Auto racing began 5 minutes after
the second car was built

- Henri Ford -

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