RACE WEEKEND TRAVEL & PARKING
Getting to Le Mans Circuit
Getting to Le Mans Circuit
There are three open access parking lots; Rouge (Panorama), Bleu (Aerodrome), and Houx areas. All weekend ticket-holders can access the parking free of charge when presenting their ticket and they do not require booking.
All the parking areas are open from from 8:00am on Thursday. Free motorcycle parking (parking controle) is prioritised for the first 10,000 ticket holders who purchased tickets. Located at the Centre des Expositions, parking includes limited facilities to leave your helmets.
The Rouge campsite is adjacent to the Centre des Expositions. Bleu campsite is South of the circuit, close to Raccordement. Houx campsite is located on the South-East of the track, near the chicane "S Bleus".
Le Mans also offer exclusive Car Parking for certain weekend ticket Grandstand Ticket holders. This exclusive benefit is included in the price of the weekend ticket, details will be provided closer to the race weekend.
Bus services have been available in previous years from the centre of Le Mans to the Circuit. Further information will be provided on our website once it has been confirmed by the circuit.
A taxi will take approximately 20 minutes from the city to the circuit. In Le Mans, the taxi stations are located at the Republic Square, Avenue du General de Gaulle, North and South stations, and Place des Sablons Pontlieue.
Travelling to the circuit from Paris could not be simpler. The High Speed (TGV) train goes direct to Le Mans from Montparnasse station with a journey time of under an hour. Once at Le Mans station, the tram to the circuit is right outside the door with the end of the line at Antares in the centre of the circuit.
Trams operate throughout Le Mans with a regular tram service running from the city to the eastern entrance of the circuit, Terminus Antares. Garage Vert is located 150 metres from the stop.
For more information on the Le Mans tram network, visit www.setram.fr.
Travelling from the UK to the circuit is surprisingly easy. From London to Le Mans using the Eurostar and TGV, the journey takes a total of 4 hours and prices are around the £100 mark, with cheaper options available in advance.
If you wish to avoid Paris, there are also direct trains from Lille, Strasbourg and Lyon.
Tickets can be purchased in advance on www.voyages-sncf.com.
The date of this race is based on the provisional calendar. Usually these dates do not change but this cannot be guaranteed until the final calendar is released towards the end of the year. If the date of the race does change, it will not affect the validity of any tickets you purchase for the event. If possible, we recommend booking any accommodation and flights/travel on a flexible basis or waiting until the calendar is confirmed.
For extra peace of mind, you can take out Booking Protection cover at the checkout and receive a refund on your booking including service and delivery fees if the event date changes and you cannot attend on the new date.