Struan Moore heads to Belgium for the biggest race of the season.


The 68th running of the Spa 24 Hour is the headline act in a thrilling Blancpain Endurance calendar. The annual event which has been held at Spa-Francorchamps since 1923 in various guises will present a host of new challenges for Moore in what will be his 24 hour debut as he negotiates the 7km, 21 turn circuit with teammates Alex Fontana and Andrew Watson. Last years race was won by BMW Sports Trophy Team Marc VDS with Nick Catsburg, Lucas Luhr and Markus Palttala at the wheel, their Z4 GT3 finishing ahead of WRT's Audi.


Looking ahead to the weekend, Moore commented: "I feel ready for this, I've been training really hard to prepare for the physical and mental challenges that a 24 hour race can throw at you. We're a young line-up but we've equipped ourselves well so far this year and with a bit of good fortune, which you always need in a race this long, we can post a strong result. We've been in Belgium for a few days now and the place is buzzing, the atmosphere is incredible. I'm taking it all in and it's going to be a great show for the fans. Come Saturday, we'll be focused and ready. I can't wait".


Warm up takes place on Saturday morning and the Main Race gets underway at 16:30 local time (14:30 GMT). The race is widely televised across Europe and can be streamed live at http://www.blancpain-gt-series.com/live