LE MANS 24 HOURS 2021
LE MANS CIRCUIT
JOIN US IN 2021
FOR LE MANS 24 HOURS
The 24 Hours of Le Mans is the world’s oldest endurance racing event. Since 1923 drivers and manufacturers have been battling on the streets of Le Mans, France. A mixture of Circuit de La Sarthe and closed public roads make up the 8.4-mile track. Join us in 2021 as we depart from the Euro tunnel and have one location in mind, Le Mans. On arrival to Le Mans, you will be staying in the heart of the circuit with your co-driver. Our in-circuit hospitality allows you to enjoy Le Man to the max, first enjoy Friday to discover everything Le Man has to offer as well as Classic British Welcome, Mulsanne Gathering, Pit Lane Walk and Drivers Parade before getting yourself prepared for 60 racing car take to the tarmac for 24 hours of intense racing.
Price: TBC per room (based on two people sharing)
Wake up to the sound of Warm-Up and Le Mans Support race. Feel free to have a lie-in but remember to take to your seats before 15:00 when the lights go green and the corks are popped as we endure the race. Feel free to head where you want and if you want to take your grandstand seats at any point you are more than welcome. If you want to head back to your accommodation feel free to in the Flexotel Village. Private cabins for you and your co-driver with showers & toilets in your cabin and catering facilities. Join the R247 crew to celebrate through the night or do your own thing just make sure you are ready for 15:00 as the checkered flagged is dropped and the 2020 Le Mans winner is crowned. Sunday evening is up to you, join us to celebrate the night away or make your way back to the Eurotunnel. For the die harder Le Man fans join us as we make our way back Monday to the UK.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Le Mans is one of the most iconic and legendary endurance races in the world. One of the world's oldest active sports car races in endurance racing. The French track has decades of racing history on track and road surfaces with a circuit that is a challenge just to finish let alone win. In the years of FIA World Endurance Porsche has taken the most manufacturing wins but keep a lookout for Toyota.