- Second of three posters depicts GT3 action after dark at Spa-Francorchamps
- Countdown to Belgian endurance classic hits 100-day mark
The second of three posters celebrating this year's Total 24 Hours of Spa has been revealed, showing the iconic endurance race running under the cover of darkness. Its release coincides with a significant milestone in the build-up to the October 22-25 event, as the start of the twice-around-the-clock contest is now 100 days away.
Created by renowned illustrator Guillaume Lopez, each poster will highlight a unique aspect of the Total 24 Hours of Spa experience. The first displayed the Ardennes Forest in vibrant autumn colours, reflecting the event's one-off move from its traditional July date to late October.
For the second poster Lopez has placed night racing at centre stage, with dazzling headlights cutting through the darkness at the iconic Raidillon corner. While it is always a key feature at Spa, a later date on the calendar will ensure that this year's contest features more after-dark action than ever before. Compared with July, the sun will set three hours earlier on Saturday evening and rise over an hour later on Sunday morning, creating a fresh sporting challenge at the world's toughest GT race.
This year’s Total 24 Hours of Spa represents the seventh round of the GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS season, as well as the third stop on the Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli calendar. Tickets are on sale now for what will be an unprecedented of the long-running Belgian endurance classic.