Get behind the wheel of a racecar 

We offer you the opportunity to drive yourself a BMW racecar on some of the most famous racetracks. 

You can enjoy the thrills of driving a real racecar during a trackday with the support and knowledge of a proper race team to support you.  When you are ready to take the next step, you can hone your driving skills in preparation for your next race in a testday.

Besides on-board footage and data analysis we have a team of driving instructors and coaches available to get the most out of your racetrack experience.

Our most frequented tracks

Spa-Francorchamps (B)

Track days in Spa-Francorchamps guarantee tons of driving pleasure on the world’s most beautiful F1 track! 
Like every year the Spa track days are very popular. This is not a track for beginners because of the high average speed.  These track days are often fully booked so don’t hesitate to book it in time. 

This track, located in the Belgian Ardennes, developed in the 1920's on the public streets, driving from Francorchamps through Malmédy to Stavelot and back to Francorchamps. The current Formula1 track was first used in 1977 and takes up 7 kilometers of tarmac. This is a very fast track with many different high-speed turns. The renowned Eau Rouge-Raidillon combination, Blanchimont and Pouhon are turns that require courage and skills. A small mistake can result in major problems, which is why the adrenalin rush is enormous when you take these corners fast and accurate.

Zolder (B)

The Zolder racetrack was built in 1963 by Maurice Beliën. Ten years later, the first Grand  Prix Formula1 took place here. Legendary pilots such as Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt, Jack Brabham, Jacky Stewart, Niki Lauda, Mario Andretti and many others had the honor to call themselves winners at the Zolder track. Besides the ten Formula1 GPs that took place  between 1973 and 1984, the Zolder calendar also hosted the DRM, later called the DTM championships. Highlight each year are the 24 Hours of Zolder; an endurance race that is a true exhausting battle. 
The track is very divergent, the first part being very fast and fluent, with a second part that is highly technical. In racing, Zolder is a track that requires a compromise when it comes to the car’s set-up, which is why it is considered to be a “tough” track.

Nürburgring (D)

The Nürburgring-Nordschleife is the world’s most famous track. This 20.8 kilometers long asphalt strip in the Eifel Mountains has a height difference of over 300 meters. A few laps around this track aren't enought to learn its 70+ turns. You always treat this track with the proper respect; this old school racetrack does not have many run-off areas.

Each year, the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring are one of the track’s highlights.
At least once in his or her life, every true petrol head must have experienced this track, but beware! It is highly addictive! 

Zandvoort (NL)

This track, situated in the dunes north of Zandvoort (the Netherlands), was inaugurated in 1948. In 1952, Alberto Ascari won the first Grand Prix F1, followed by Fangio, Brabham, Von Trips, Clark, Stewart, Rindt, Lauda, Hunt, Andretti, Piquet and Prost. In 1989, part of the track got closed off, but in 1999, 4,300 meters of fresh asphalt gave life to these famous corners: Tarzanbocht, Hugenholzbocht, Scheivlak and Bosuit (now called Luyendijkbocht).

This track is unique due to its close walking distance location to the beach. Zandvoort completely renewed the asphalt in 2020 to host the Dutch GP F1.


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