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Oct 12

Reserve your 2018 Le Mans 24-Hours weekend from 17th October onwards!

Ticket office open for ACO Club members on Tuesday 17th October at 10:00

Denys BeaudinNow is the time to start preparing for your week packed with festivities and motor racing at the 86th Le Mans 24 Hours. Open for the general public on Friday 20th October at 10:00.

The 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours will take place on 16 – 17 June and the fans will enjoy a week packed with festivities and motor racing at the 86th staging of the endurance classic. Entertainment and activities will take place on the track and off in a festive, ultra-competitive ambience that will give visitors multiple opportunities to rub shoulders with the players in the event with the Drivers’ Parade in the town centre, the discovery of the motor racing milieu, complete immersive experiences and a unique spectacle on the mythic Le Mans 24-Hours circuit, which guarantees an unforgettable emotional rollercoaster to live and share with friends, family and groups. So no time to lose to start preparing for the event as the ticket office will open exclusively for ACO members on Tuesday 17th October at 10:00, and on Friday 20th October for the general public!

The ticket office will open exclusively for all the Automobile Club de l’Ouest members “en premier” for three days between Tuesday 17th October at 10:00 and Thursday 19th October midnight. ACO members are recommended to check their login IDs – now!

The ticker office will then be open for everyone from Friday 20th October at 10:00.

The general enclosure week ticket is valid for the test day (3rd June), scrutineering in the Le Mans town centre (10 – 11 June – access for everybody) as well as the Le Mans 24-Hours week (12 – 17 June). Ticketholders can access all the viewing areas of the track (apart from the grandstands and private venues), enjoy what the village has to offer, the activities/entertainment, the Mulsanne and Arnage corners, concerts, practice on Wednesday and Thursday (free access to the grandstands) pit walk on Friday, the race weekend as well as access to the 24-Hours museum.

Spectators can also park near the circuit thanks to the 7 000 free parking spaces available.

Note that for 2018 there will be no increase in the price of the general enclosure and grandstand tickets.
There’s no time to lose to prepare for your 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours!

2018 TICKET PRICES:

  • General enclosure ticket for the week: 82 € – 61.50€ ACO member
  • General enclosure ticket Sunday: 50 €
  • General enclosure ticket Wednesday’s practice: 32€ – 24€ ACO member
  • General enclosure ticket Thursday’s practice: 39 € – 29.25€ ACO member
  • Weekend ticket Mulsanne and Arnage corners: 34€
  • Weekend ticket Mulsanne and Arnage corners practice – Wednesday or Thursday: 14€
  • Pitwalk: 650 € – 420€ ACO member
  • Pitwalk + T34 Grandstand: 735€ – 505€ ACO member
  • Grandstand tickets: starting at 55€
  • Car parks: starting at 15 €
  • Welcome zones: from 49 € – 41.65 € ACO members
  • And as always: free for under 16 year olds (born after 17th June 2002), accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket

Five ways of reservation are possible

– Log on to: ticket.lemans.org
The Le Mans 24-Hours official site to reserve and pay on line.

Telephone the ACO ticket service directly: 33 (0)2 43 40 80 00
Or email the following address: ticket@lemans.org

– In one of the four official Le Mans 24 Hours boutiques:

  • Le Mans: Circuit des 24 Heures. Tel: 33 (0) 2 43 40 24 65
  • Paris: 118 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris VIIIe. Tel: 33 (0) 1 44 90 00 24
  • Rouen: 30 quai de Paris : Tel 33 (0) 2 35 71 44 89
  • Tours: 32 rue Marceau. Tel: 33 (0) 2 47 05 11 11

– In one of the ACO’s five regional offices:

  • Angers: 33 (0) 2 41 88 40 22: 7 pl. de la République
  • Caen: 33 (0) 2 31 85 47 35: 20 ave. du 6 juin
  • Nantes: 33 (0) 2 40 48 11 11: 6 bd. Gabriel Guist’hau
  • Rennes: 33 (0) 2 99 79 11 11: 40 bd. de la Liberté
  • Saint-Brieuc: (0) 2 96 33 16 20: 6 pl. Duguesclin

– Other sales outlets: 
FNAC, Carrefour, Cora, Géant, Auchan, Leclerc, Système U, Francebillet and Ticketmaster

source: Automobile Club de l’Ouest, @lemans.org

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