I have finally managed to download the photos from my phone from Chimay. A great track, although I should have read up about it a bit before the visit as I was not really sure what I was looking at. There were three different layouts. The original long track that went from the pits which were on the Mons road, just to the north of the town. The original track ran down into town (through which the Eau Blanche flows) to the first corner, known as Boucherie (presumably because there was a butcher’s shop there at some point), a curling right-hander that sent the cars off into the country on the Chaussee de Trelon.
The circuit then curled around to the left to the Chapelle de l’Arbrisseau, where it dived between the church and a good solid concrete bunker and then on up to a fast right-hander by the village of Robechies and then a fast but loop to pass Thierissart and across the railway bridge to the junction with the Chaussee de Mons, which was a fast right-hander.
The sweepers through the trees that lead back to old pit straight were impressive. Late the section going into Chimay itself (to Boucherie) was lopped off and there was a sharp right-hander on to what is now the pit straight, which rejoined the Chausee de Trelon, but later still the a much shorter circuit was built with a right-hander off the new pit straight and a dash up the old railway line to rejoin the old circuit with a right-hander just before the junction with the Chaussee de Mons.