he 24 Hours of Le Mans will celebrate its centenary in 2023. Race organiser the Automobile Club de l’Ouest has devised a range of ticketing options and packages for the event, a highlight of the FIA WEC season that regularly draws crowds of over 250,000.
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?
The “Early Bird” price for a 4-Day Race Week admission ticket is €94. This price applies until 28 February 2023 after which it will rise to €102. Race Weekend tickets cost €83 at early bird rate, and €91 thereafter. Other packages are available, including grandstand seats and premium access.
The discount rate for ACO Members is €61 for 4-Day Race Week admission (membership terms and conditions apply).
How to book tickets:
- Online at ticket.24h-lemans.com
- Call the ACO ticket office on +33 243 40 8000 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Drop in to one of our four official 24 Hours of Le Mans stores:
- Le Mans (Museum): Circuit des 24 Heures.
- Paris: 118 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris VIIIe. Tel: +33 (0)1 44 90 00 24
- Tours: 32 rue Marceau. Tel: +33 (0)2 47 05 11 11
- Rouen: 24 rue de l'Hôpital. Tel: +33 (0)2 35 71 44 89
In order to offer the best possible experience to spectators, the ACO is currently working on optimizing the campsites. They will be put up for sale in a second phase, from Monday December 4 (Tuesday November 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 or train) are rewarded with a 10% discount on the admission tickets, upon presentation of proof.
100th anniversary poster
The Automobile Club de l’Ouest’s communication department designed the poster with one question in mind: “Who will prevail in this year of all years?”
The six major manufacturers in the Hypercar class line up for a showdown. Celebration and commemoration are the watchwords in this design, which emphasises a turning point in the race’s history.
The poster incorporates a nod to the first 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1923, when the poster featured an owl perched in a tree, symbolising the all-day, all-night battle.