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Have you ever wanted to race on the full Le Mans 24-Hour circuit? Of course! It’s possible at the bi-annual Le Mans Classic – and entries are now open for the 2018 meeting held over 6-8 July.

To enter you must drive a car type that has taken part in the Le Mans 24-Hours between 1923 and 1981. Priority is given to cars that have actually raced in the event during this era.

The 500 cars are divided up into six grids to ensure matching groups in terms of performance and historic pertinence. Each grid takes part in three races (including one at night-time). In homage to the glorious past of the race, a herringbone start is given for grids 1-2-3-4 and a flying start for the others.

In addition to the above there will be a single one-hour race on Saturday morning for Group C cars comprising sports prototypes from 1982 to 1993.

ENTRIES ARE OPEN!

The price of a one-car entry for two people is 6.500 euro (reduced to 5,900 euro until 15 December 2017). Closing date for entries is 1 January 2018.

The entry includes:

  • Two general enclosure entrant passes including paddock and grandstand pass
  • Three general enclosure tickets including the paddock pass
  • Food for two people in the Drivers’ Club (from Friday midday until the end of the meeting)
  • The opening dinner on Thursday evening
  • Two spaces in the Le Houx* car park inside the circuit

The same owner can enter an additional car for the race with at least one driver common to both at a preferential tariff of 5,500 euro. This tariff gives the right to the same facilities as for the first car.

* Only historic cars have access (limited) to the interior of the Bugatti circuit.

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