The Le Mans 24 Hours is the pinnacle of sports car racing and, whilst the list of entries has yet to be revealed, there's no doubt that the 2017 starting grid will read, as always, like the Who’s Who of motorsport because, mid-June there's really nowhere else to be!
As a spectator your Le Mans experience need not be a test of endurance. With the right travel, accommodation and ticket arrangements in place well in advance you can simply concentrate on enjoying the le Mans 24 hour race. Our flexible self-drive itineraries mean you can spend up to a week in France and enjoy as much of the 2017 Le Mans 24hr action as you wish. Scrutineering takes place in Le Mans on Sunday afternoon and all day Monday, practice and qualifying sessions take place on Wednesday and Thursday and Friday is a free day. Today there’s no on-track action although you are free to visit the pit lane between 1000h and 2000h and to watch the drivers' parade in the centre of Le Mans in the late afternoon. Saturday starts with an early morning warm-up, a support race – historic racing cars or Group C for example, followed by parades and displays building-up to the start of the 2017 Le Mans 24 hours race at 1500h.
Once again we are offering a superb selection of accommodation for the 24 heures du Mans 2017. Whether you want to be in Le Mans itself or to get away from the city and 24 hour race track and enjoy more tranquil evenings, we have accommodation to suit all tastes. Whilst they are different in style and location, all the Le Mans 24 properties have been specially chosen for the comforts they offer, the services they provide and, of course, the price. All the Le Mans 2017 properties are known to us and if there is any further information you require you only have to ask. Alternatively, you can camp at the track arriving any day from Sunday 11 June onwards.