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2023 Edition

With 235,000 spectators, 700 cars racing, more than 8,500 club and collector cars, and hundreds of exhibitors and events, the Le Mans Classic “Centenary edition” has become the biggest gathering of historic automobiles in the world…

While the retrospective of the world’s greatest endurance race is an invitation to enter the world of motor racing and its history, it keeps to the spirit of the Le Mans 24 Hours by looking to the future. Many cars ran on Aramco synthetic fuel, a repeat in XL format of the 2022 experience when this type of fuel was used in historic competition for the first time.

Le Mans Classic, which can also pride itself on having opened the door to clean (historic) motor sport, is back to its twice-yearly pace and looks forward to seeing you in July 2025!

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