Le Mans Classic, episode 10, will be held from July 2 to 5, 2020. Amongst other novelties, the circuit will be open to the spectators as early as Thursday afternoon.
For almost 100 years now the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a major catalyst in the field of technology, has written the history of motor sport – and that of the motor car. The race was held for the first time in 1923, an almost impossible feat for the era! The 10th running of Le Mans Classic in 2020 makes it an irreplaceable treasury of passion. Its principle and its impact are unique and it is reserved for cars that have raced in the 24 Hours of Le Mans (the car itself or another of the same type).
The cars classified by period make up six distinct grids and each one takes part in three races between 16:00 on Saturday and 16:00 on Sunday – 24 Hours. The times of the three heats (one run at night for each grid) are added up and give the main overall classification. Another classification in keeping with pure Le Mans tradition is calculated on an Index based on age and cubic capacity. And the six cars with the same number, one per grid, make up a team and are also classified as such. Two additional categories have been created; Group C (1982-1993) and Endurance Racing Legends (1990-2010).
Le Mans Classic 2020 will once again be the opportunity to escape in another motor sport era: 550 racing cars on track, more than 8,500 vintage club cars, numerous animations, an auction… without forgetting Little Big Mans, the grid with mini racing cars driven by children from 7 to 12! And for the first time, the paddocks and the village will be open from Thursday afternoon.
4 days General Enclosure ticket (€ 61 ; presale rate)
- Free access to all the circuit public areas
- Club Enclosures
- All entertainment
Privilege Package (from € 460)
Be sure that you and your company attend Le Mans Classic in the best possible conditions by choosing the Pack Privilege, and why not accompany it with the Gold option? From the VIP car park complete with shuttle service, you can access the general enclosures, all the paddocks, a reserved grandstand and of course the Welcome, the official venue, located in front of the pits straight whose menus are concocted by a starred chef. The Gold options? First track laps, exclusive car trip across the track, trips to every part of the circuit, overflights in a helicopter, visits with commentary. But remember – the number is limited!
- General enclosure
- Permanent access to the paddock
- Private grandstand
- VIP car park
- VIP shuttle service
- Access to the Privilege Area
- VIP welcome by a hostess
- 3-course gourmet luncheon (dinner only saturday)
- Open bar
- Official programme