24 Hours of Le Mans Centenary: booking information

24 Hours of Le Mans Centenary: booking information

The 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans will be the centenary edition of the prestigious race. Early ticket sales have reached unprecedented levels, to the extent that all grandstands and certain other products have already sold out. Read on for more information.

Tickets for the 24 Hours of Le Mans went on sale on 21 October. The ACO subsequently began taking bookings for the camping and parking areas exclusively from Members on 29 November. Non-members will be able to book from 10:00 CET on Monday 5 December.

We have had to make several changes for this unique event. It is our firm intention to improve the spectator experience next year by welcoming more of you to the circuit, offering more food and refreshment outlets, encouraging you to share the fan zone experience and reducing vehicle traffic within the confines of the circuit.

We wish to offer some explanations:

1/ Parking

Parking areas located within the confines of the circuit, usually allocated to the organisation, teams and media, will be moved off-site. For this reason, the White, Blue and Green parking areas have been reassigned to these users. These three external parking areas will free up a considerable amount of space within the Circuit des 24 Heures which will be used to extend the race village and host new activities and entertainment. 

  • The Expo parking area and Expo campsite from 2022 have been merged for safety reasons. This will now be the Expo parking area only and will consequently increase capacity and help traffic to flow more smoothly during the event. This parking area is now sold out.

  • We are continuing our policy of offering as many free parking spaces as possible. These will be made available in the following parking areas: Raineries, Rotonde, ActiSud, Etamat, Aérogare and Fresne.

Pushing on with its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitments, the ACO will renew its "Green Ticket” initiative this year. This low-carbon ticket gives a 10% discount on Admission prices to spectators who use virtuous forms of transportation (train or hybrid, rechargeable hybrid or electric vehicles, on presentation of proof before or during the event).

The ACO welcomes persons with reduced mobility and is working to improve its PMR facilities, including parking. A dedicated parking area will be available within the circuit and another nearby for blue badge holders.

2/ Camping areas

 The ACO has revised its camping areas to offset the closure of the Blue Zone. 

  • We are still taking bookings for the Beauséjour campsite which has been redesigned for 2023 to offer an experience befitting of the Centenary. Free shuttles will take spectators to and from the circuit. A fan zone with a big screen and eateries will be set up at the heart of Beauséjour.

  • Clos Fleuri, a new camping area located near to the Mulsanne Straight, has been brought on-line this year.

  • L'Hippodrome camping area is also new for 2023, but has already sold out.

We are working on opening further new camping areas in liaison with the local authorities and hope to start taking bookings for them very soon.

The ACO is doing its utmost to welcome fans in the best possible conditions.
To meet this aim, we shall be introducing a new “Practice, Qualifying + Race” ticket in response to demand.

We look forward to celebrating what promises to be a wonderful 24 Hours of Le Mans Centenary.

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