Le Mans Classic 2021 VIP Hospitality Weekend packages
1-5 July 2021
Le Mans Classic 2021 VIP Hospitality Weekend Packages
The Le Mans Classic recreates the golden era of endurance racing at the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours. Run over a 24-hour period, it is split into six distinct grids, based on the age of the car. Each one takes part in three races between 16:00hrs on Saturday and 16:00hrs on Sunday. The times of the three heats are added up and give the overall classification.
Not sure what it's all about? Watch this short Le Mans Classic 2020 preview video to find out more.
The 11th running of the event will showcase over 550 classic racing cars on track and 8500 vintage cars on display in the car club paddocks. There will also be celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Porsche’s first outright victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours and the twenty-fifth of the V12 BMW-powered McLaren F1 GTR’s overall win.
At 13.6km in length, the Le Mans circuit is one of the longest closed motor racing circuits in the world. Surprisingly though, it is not a permanent circuit. From Tertre Rouge to Arnage is public roads, making it impossible to test outside the practice sessions held before each event. It is normally reserved for racing just once a year for the 24-Hour race and bi-annually for the Le Mans Classic.
As the sun sets behind the trees and the cars race into the night it creates a unique and magical ambience
Thursday: Check-in to our exclusive French manor house, just a 40-minute drive from the Le Mans circuit. This nineteenth century flour mill situated between Motte Féodale and La Braye has been sympathetically restored whilst keeping all of its charm. The old stones, the wooden floors, the paddle mill wheel and even the bread oven still exist.