Classic motorsport action
8,500 collection cars, action and entertainment all day and all night long, a village on the heart of the track – Le Mans Classic is the most incredible event for any classic car or historic motorsport fan and what better way to experience it than in your very own American Motorhome or RV?!
Experience 550 race cars on the track and 8,500 vintage cars on show by 180 clubs representing 60 brands and look forward to a number of innovations this year including the presence of the Group C field.
Several anniversaries will also be celebrated including the 40th anniversary of Alpine’s victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours as well as the 70th anniversary of the birth of the Porsche 356 and the 50th of the Porsche 908!
In addition, modifications will be made this year to improve the flow of cars and spectators so no hiccups guaranteed…just pure unadulterated vintage motorsport action!
Choose American Motorhome Luxury
As one of the race organiser’s key partners for both Le Mans Classic and Le Mans 24 Hour Race, we offer a complete accommodation package so you and your fellow petrol heads can enjoy the very best accommodation within the Le Mans circuit.
You really will be closer to the race action than ever before thanks to the preferential parking and benefits that no other accommodation supplier can offer!
Comfortable and impressive, our luxury Winnebago RVs are delivered to Le Mans circuit and will be set up and waiting for your arrival from the Thursday before the race. You can even stay until the Monday morning after the race. Throughout the event we will ensure our team are on hand to assist with fresh water and waste management. Electric facilities are also included in our luxury packages.
Ultimately, All of our packages come with bedding, towels, kitchenware, outside table and chairs as well. Or if you have any requirements just let us know!
Limited RV Availability for Le Mans Classic:
The Le Mans Classic clashes with a couple of music festivals so we are extremely busy during this weekend so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment – just fill in the form here to get a quote.
Travelling to Le Mans Classic
We would always advise you leave one or two days either side to make your way to the circuit. The atmosphere before the weekend is fantastic, with plenty of people moving in early to get the party started. After the race, however, most people pack up and disappear fairly quickly.
Le Mans Classic hotels and camping accommodation
It’s not easy to find a hotel near Le Mans, let alone one with availability as so many people book year after year, well ahead of time. So not only will you have to look for hotels further away from Le Mans circuit but you’ll also be looking at several hundred Euros per night or more for a room. Translate that into a 4 or 5-night stay and it soon adds up!
Camping at Le Mans is also possible of course, with camp sites much more reasonable, but why not just split your accommodation costs with a group of friends and live like your motorsport heroes for the weekend?!
Le Mans Classic Tickets
Everyone who wants to watch the Le Mans Classic requires an individually bar-coded general entry ticket, which provides access to the circuit and general viewing area. You can buy your tickets online from the official Le Mans site, or you can find numerous resellers and travel companies by searching online.
Grandstand passes are an optional extra. There are plenty to choose from, although judging by the prices, the most popular seats are those closest to the start/finish line. Again you can use the link above to buy grandstand tickets.
Where is Le Mans?
Le Mans is approximately half-way between Paris and Nantes in the west of northern France. It’s fairly easy to get to by road, and the French motorways are generally fairly clear – even on the Le Mans weekend. Our advice is to keep on the toll roads. If you’re travelling from the UK by car (our Winnebagos will generally be delivered on site prior to your arrival) you can get to Le Mans from various different ports. Caen, Le Havre, St Malo and Cherbourg are all approximately 3 hours away from Le Mans; Roscoff (if you’re coming from Plymouth) takes about 4 hours and Calais is about 5 hours away. Ferry times and crossings vary, so it’s best to travel your journey carefully to avoid a midnight arrival!
Journey to Le Mans – Speeding
BEWARE of speeding. Many people buy, hire or borrow something exotic for the Le Mans weekend, but this fact has not escaped the French Gendarmes. They will happily issue you with a hefty fine. If you’re planning on ignoring this advice, take plenty of Euros with you!