The 24 Hours of Le Mans will celebrate its centenary in 2023. The highlight of the FIA WEC season, the iconic event regularly draws crowds of over 250,000, and the centenary celebrations will take place before packed grandstands. There is no further grandstand seating available. However, many trackside vantage points are free to access with an ordinary admission ticket.
EARLY BIRD RATE TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE
The early bird rate is still applicable for a further 10,000 Week (€94) or Weekend (€83) passes. Beyond that, Full Week passes will be sold at €102 and Weekend passes at €91.
Preferential rates apply for ACO members.
LIMITED AVILABILITY FOR FULL WEEK PASSES
To ensure the very best spectator experience, we are limiting the sale of Full Week Passes to a further 15,000 (including early bird rate).
Other ticket types are still available.
For the complete race experience, book your Full Week Pass now!
Improvements have been made to the camping arrangements at the circuit. Pitches will be available for booking from Monday 5 December (Tuesday 29 for ACO members).
In line with the ACO’s social responsibility commitments, the Green Ticket introduced this year will be available again. Spectators who use a low carbon option to travel to the circuit (hybrid, rechargeable hybrid or electric vehicle, train, or carpool) are rewarded with a 10% discount. Proof of transport used is required for the discount to apply.
Round 4 of the FIA WEC this season, the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans will also be celebrating the return of several major manufacturers in the Hypercar class. Ferrari, Porsche, Cadillac, Peugeot and Glickenhaus will be attempting to knock Toyota off its perch. Who will lift the 2023 trophy specially designed to commemorate the anniversary?