Right at the foot of the Koekelberg Basilic, the 2.256 KM long, bottle-shaped street circuit has been designed by Rodrigo Nunes is FIA accredited – FIA grade 3 homologation services.
The Belgian driver Jérome D’Ambrosio (Faraday Future Dragon Racing) describes the track as follows: "It’s a very exciting track, with enough interesting features to ensure a great battle. The low part of the track promises to be quite spectacular with the succession of a chicane, a quick turn on the left and a hairpin before passing the grid again. The location in Brussels is amazing and the Koekelberg Basilica is a very impressive landmark.
The Koekelberg Basilic is famous for being the biggest Art-deco building in the world. It is located in the very centre of Koekelberg, one of the 19 districts composing the metropolis of Brussels.