All of the 58 cars that will take part in this year's TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa were on-track today to take part in a full-field photograph.
The complete contingent of entries assembled at La Source, forming rows of three on the run down to Eau Rouge. The first nine represented one example from each of the manufacturers that will take part in the 2021 edition.
This year's 58-car grid features four categories, with entries in Pro, Silver Cup, Pro-Am and Am Cup. There are 32 entries competing in Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli, 30 of which are eligible to score manufactures' points.
Thursday is set to be a packed day of track activity featuring Practice, Pre-Qualifying, Night Practice and Qualifying. The latter sets grid positions 21 through 58, while Friday evening's Super Pole shootout will establish the first 10 rows and decide this year's pole-sitter.
A host of high-level support series will also take their turn on the 7km circuit, while the new Fanatec Esports GT Pro Series will see real-world drivers tackle a virtual race in the on-site Fanatec Esports Arena.
With the build-up complete, all focus will shift to the biggest race on the calendar: the 73rd TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa, which will make the initial plunge into Eau Rouge at 16:30 on Saturday 31 July and conclude at the same time on Sunday 1 August.
The race will once again enjoy extensive live coverage via a host of online options, allowing fans to experience the action via free-to-view, non-geo-blocked streams featuring either French or English commentary. These will be available through the usual variety of platforms, including the event's official website and Facebook page and on the GT World YouTube channels.