Le Mans Classic 3-6 July 2025

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Tours to the Le Mans Classic, one of the world’s biggest historic motorsport festivals at the most famous endurance racing venue of them all.

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All about the Le Mans Classic 3-6 July 2025.

The bi-annual Le Mans Classic is justifiably recognised as one of the premier historic race meetings. A record number of people attended in 2023 to celebrate 100 years of endurance racing at Le Mans and the strong demand is continuing for 2025.

An incredible collection of 700 historic GT cars, all with a connection to the Le Mans 24 hour race, will be competing in 6 the Le Mans Classic grids and the additional support races which take place on the Saturday.

Qualifying cars can join us in our exclusive area in the Clubs Enclosure in the heart of the circuit. This will be filled with 8500 classic and sports cars so you will really feel like you are a part of this event rather than simply being a spectator.

Parade Laps

You will have the chance to drive your own car on the full 8.5 mile Le Mans circuit during the Parade Lap sessions.

The Parade Laps are not a track day but helmets are mandatory for all drivers and passengers taking part. Important information about the Parade Laps is available here.

We strongly recommended that you contact us soon to guarantee your place.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • 3 or 4 nights accommodation
  • Channel crossings in camping packages
  • Entrance to the circuit and access to the paddocks
  • Parking in the Clubs Enclosure (qualifying cars only)
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Parade Laps of the full Le Mans circuit
  • Upgrades to include grandstand seats
  • Channel crossings in hotel packages
  • Travel Insurance
  1. Day 1 Thursday 3 July 2025

    The circuit, paddocks and Club parking will be open in the afternoon.

  2. Day 2 Friday 4 July 2025

    Parade Laps will take place before practice and qualifying starts.

    Qualifying will continue until the early hours of Saturday morning so that all of the drivers complete day and night time sessions.

  3. Day 3 Saturday 5 July 2025

    After the final Parade Laps the support races will begin.

    The first of the 6 'Le Mans Classic' grids will get underway with a traditional Le Mans style start in the middle of the afternoon.

    Each grid will race 3 times over the next 24 hours.

  4. Day 4 Sunday 6 July 2025

    The racing will continue through the night and conclude on Sunday afternoon.

  5. Day 5 Monday 7 July 2025

    Return home.

Full details will be added here as soon as we have more information

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