Le Mans Classic is one of the four major classic car events in the world. This edition will bring together 1 000 drivers from 25 countries driving 400 historic cars which competed in the 24 hours of Le Mans from 1929 to 1990. For historical and security reasons, these cars are split up by period to form seven ‘grids’ including a “C Group” for 1980 – 19990 cars. On track events start on Friday morning with daytime practices for all grids, followed by night practices going on until the early hours.
Saturday morning is given over to those doing their track laps and demonstrations. The first race takes place at 11.30am and is reserved to Group C. Each of the other six grids races three times during the 24 hours and a driver change during each stint is obligatory. Numerous spectators come to this event with their own classic car and when all are assembled over 8 500 cars are on view to the public. An auction sale of classic cars is also on the agenda.
Admission fees. Friday : €29. Saturday and Sunday : €65. Free for children under the age of 16.
Information and bookings :
July 06, 2018 - July 08, 2018