Red Water
The circus arrives at the hilly tarmac of Spa Francorchamps

Eau Rouge corner: A high-speed uphill left-right-left complex on the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps racetrack in Belgium, which is widely regarded as one of the greatest corners on any track in the world.

Located at the point where the track crosses the Eau Rouge stream for the first time, it comes after a downhill run following the first corner hairpin. Formula One cars can reach nearly 200 mph through the corner.

Properly speaking, the Eau Rouge corner is only the lefthander at the bottom. The following righthander that leads steeply uphill was introduced in 1939 to shortcut the original hairpin
Ancienne Douane is called Raidillon (fr: Raidillon de l'Eau Rouge).

Anton Norup in the white Alfa Romeo 1600 GTA Corse - hounding a similar car through the infamous Eau Rouge downhill bend. Gert Sterner and Per Einarsson competed in Autodelta tweaked cars as well, but did not score as well as the star-driver.