CAMPING AREAS: STAY AT THE HEART OF THE CIRCUIT
Apart from the hotels, chateaux, holiday homes and bed & breakfast accommodation, there are also camping areas set aside for race visitors. Some of them are served by a shuttle service to the grandstands, the Race Village or the funfair.
Some of the camping areas bear iconic names such as Mulsanne or Arnage. Others, such as Beauséjour, Tertre Rouge and Maison Blanche, are just a stone’s throw from portions of the circuit dreaded by many a racer. These camping areas offer a different way of enjoying the Le Mans 24 Hours: you pitch your tent or park your caravan right within the circuit, for a fully immersive experience at the very heart of the legend.
Online booking: ticket.lemans.org
Destination Circuit is the only ACO-approved travel agency for all events exclusively or jointly organised by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest. Destination Circuit offers a turnkey booking service for all types of accommodation: B&Bs, hotels, gîtes, villas and even châteaux! Destination Circuit can also organise full “event packages” for individuals and groups, including air or rail travel, car rental, local transport arrangements, admission tickets, meals, guides, concierge service and more.
MAKE SURE YOU DON'T MISS A MINUTE OF THE RACE
RADIO 24 HEURES - 91.5 FM
Radio 24 Heures broadcasts the circuit commentary on 91.5 FM as well as over the circuit sound system. A summary is provided in German and English every hour. The Radio 24 Hours frequency will be activated continuously during the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The station also broadcasts live from Scrutineering, announces the classifications and interviews drivers and other team members.
THE 'LE MANS CIRCUIT INFO' APP
An insider’s guide to the race: Who does what, the rules, history and focal points around the circuit. The interactive map shows restaurants, car parks, grandstands, first-aid points, big screens, shuttle bus stops, pedestrian entrances, stores, etc...
A guide to the key spots: Mulsanne Straight, Mulsanne Corner, Dunlop Curve, etc... Before you arrive: How to get to the race, last-minute ticket purchases, accommodation, travel times, etc. Find the nearest shuttle.
There is a full range of sales outlets at the circuit including, of course, the 24 Hours of Le Mans Official Store at the museum and in the village, plus an array of stalls set up between the grandstands and plenty of mobile vendors. You are sure to find a few souvenirs to take home from our iconic race!
Open Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 19:00 – or online shop.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +33 (0)2 43 40 25 97
BIG SCREENS AT THE CIRCUIT
2019 Information - There will be 14 big screens around the circuit, broadcasting non-stop images of the race.
This is a major concern for ACO and we ensure waste is sorted before it is collected from the circuit. There are a number of waste sorting points and bins around the site – please use them! Waste is also sorted at the campsites and special bags are distributed at the site entrances. For the 8th year running, we are working with ECOCUP to reduce plastic waste with our reusable cup scheme.
Pets are allowed within the Circuit enclosure, campsites and car parks, provided they are kept on a leash (category 1 dogs are not permitted). However, they are not permitted inside buildings. To ensure a pleasant experience for everyone, Automobile Club de l’Ouest asks everyone to remain responsible and courteous.