The iconic circuit is undergoing significant changes ahead of this year’s racing calendar in a bid to meet FIA and FIM approval with it looking to host bike racing later this year.

Construction work began in November with the biggest change coming at Eau Rouge/Raidillon after a series of high-profile crashes in FIA Formula 2, W Series and the Spa 24 Hours.

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A new update from the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps showed the reintroduction of gravel at a number of corners, most noticeably the high-speed Pouhon left-hander in the middle part of the lap.

The final chicane will also have a gravel trap alongside its existing run-off area.

F1 will return to Spa for the Belgian Grand Prix on August 28.