Circuit de Mettet - Jules Tacheny

2024 will be full at the Circuit de Mettet !

14 February 2024

The Mettet Circuit has put together an exciting programme for 2024, offering a season full of adrenalin and memorable moments. Between the various trackdays, the first round of the Belgian RX and Supermoto Championships, the Superbiker and the final of the S1 GP Supermoto World Championship, there will be no shortage of opportunities to thrill.

A great start !

Competition resumes next month at the Mettet circuit where, as in 2023, the opening round of the Belgian Rallycross Championship will be held on March 3.

High-intensity sprint races will unfold all day long. A highly technical track has been laid out, once again raising the level of the championship’s best drivers. They won’t miss a chance to impress you.

Mark this date in your calendar and get ready to immerse yourself in the exciting world of rallycross at the Mettet Circuit. The season starts here, and we look forward to seeing many of you there. What’s more, you can come and enjoy the weekend accompanied by your children, with free admission for under-12s.

Fan of 2 wheels ?

There’s plenty for you too, as one week after the rallycross, it’s the turn of the Belgian supermoto championship to kick off on 9 and 10 March. The riders will be keen to get their season off to a good start on Djobin soil, and one thing’s for sure. You won’t be disappointed !

Come and see the best that Belgium has to offer. This weekend promises to be an unforgettable experience, whether you’re a driver or a passionate spectator. The combination of tarmac and off-road will test your machines from start to finish.

Don’t miss the chance to experience the thrills and share your passion for supermoto in an ideal setting. What’s more, entry is free for under-12s.

Come and improve your skills at our trackdays.

Want to try out a new discipline? Or simply come along for a weekend of training? Once again, this year, the Mettet Circuit will be opening its doors to you for trackdays on a track specially prepared for you.

Supermoto, quad, rallycross, car and speed, there’s something for everyone, whatever your level. The Jules Tacheny circuit welcomes you in a friendly atmosphere for safe driving sessions.

The next trackdays rallycross will take place on 2 March, the day before the Belgian championship.

For supermoto riders, we look forward to seeing you on February 11 and 25 and on March 8 alongside with the Belgian Championship round. With the long-awaited return of fine weather, speed enthusiasts will have the opportunity to get their engines roaring on the Jules Tacheny circuit during the Mettet XP Speed Trackdays by Mertens Riding School.

Would you like to enjoy your motorbike or car in complete freedom?  Don’t wait any longer and book your session.

With or without a motor, Mettet opens its doors to you !

In Mettet, all sports have a place of honour. That’s why, from April, you can get on your bike and ride the track every Tuesday from 6 to 9pm. Away from traffic, the infrastructure is ideal for cycling in optimum safety conditions.

The local Ser’velo team also offers training courses for all ages. Children aged 4-5 and over can discover cycling safely and without risk. 

More information : here

Make way for the race-kids !

A new discipline is making its debut at Mettet this year: mini-moto. The Belgian Motorcycle Academy has set up the BMA Rookies.

Days dedicated to mini-moto racing for children. Would you like to find out more about these new projects? Don’t wait any longer and visit our website now.

A Superbiker and a World Championship final to round off the year in style.

The world’s biggest Supermoto event will take place on 4-5 and 6 October, and it must be said that the show and the fun are already planned:

  • Thrilling races all weekend long
  • Freestyle and stunt demonstrations
  • The After Race Festival
  • Activities for the all family

It’s hard not to take part in this event, which attracts more than 25,000 people every year for a crazy weekend where more than 450 pilots are expected.