Motorsport fans come from every corner of the globe to witness this unique spectacle, held at the Circuit de la Sarthe, 200km southwest of Paris. Le Mans 24-hour race is the world’s oldest active sports car endurance race, having been held every year since 1923, and one of the most prestigious events in motorsport. All the biggest names in the industry have taken home the coveted trophy over the years, from Ferrari and Bentley to Bugatti and Aston Martin, although it is Audi who have dominated the race since the Millennium.
The 24 hours of Le Mans race begins in the mid-afternoon and there are usually 50 competing teams racing in a number of different categories, each with at least 3 drivers, since the race lasts all night and through the next day. Le Mans is an extremely logistical and tactical race, as competitors must balance pace with the cars capacity to run for 24 hours without breaking down while conserving and preserving fuel, tyres and brakes. Furthermore, being such a demanding race, it is also a rigorous test of a driver’s endurance, stamina and concentration.
Please be advised that the airports close to Le Mans will experience their busiest weekend of the year for the race so it is essential that you make all of your travel arrangements well in advance to be certain of securing take-off and landing slots.
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