The 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of the oldest auto races in the world. It is in Le Mans, France and there are tickets still on sale for this elite and prestigious race.
There are several ways to get tickets for the 24 hours of Le Mans. The race is on June 15-16th. Tickets went on sale in October and they are still for sale now. There are several ticket brokers to consider when looking for tickets for this race.
BookWec by Motorsport live has tickets for sale for this race. As of now, the current normal ticket prices will remain the same until Tuesday, May 14th, then they will increase due to the demand and how close the race is in time.
The General admission tickets are starting at $40.00 to $933.00. Children under the age of 16 will have access to general admission areas for free. They must be accompanied by an adult.
Children under the age of 8 have access to the Grandstands free of charge when accompanied by an adult. There are also tickets available for those with mobility problems. They can contact the race holders, BookWec, or any authority at the race for more information.
A General admission pass is required to access the circuit. Grandstand tickets alone do not grant access. In order to access the Grandstand, you have to purchase a General Admission ticket and selected Grandstand ticket.
These tickets are delivered to your home address or wherever you want them to be shipped. You must specify on the check out under shipping address. Once you pick your tickets, after you have entered your payment information, there will be more details on how your tickets will be delivered.
Once you have ordered your tickets, you’ll need to find a place to stay and one of the cheapest and popular places to stay in the Le Mans 24 campsite. It is located within the circuit enclosure closet to the Porsche curve and close to the race. It’s open from June 9th until June 16th. You must provide your own tent. There are showers and toilets, but no electricity is available.