An absolute highlight on the calendar of FIA-regulated competitions and fourth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship, the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans will start at 16:00 CEST on Saturday 21 August heralding the dawn of the Hypercar era. Fans will be trackside to cheer their favourite teams on, but spectator numbers will be restricted (subject to Government decisions).
Attendance will be limited to approximately 50,000 (20% of the usual capacity) and spectators will be required to present the health passport introduced by the French Government on 9 June. By reducing capacity and using the health passport, we can host a premium-quality event safely.
Test Day (Sunday 15 August) and scrutineering (Saturday 14 August) will not be open to the public.
The circuit will be open to spectators from Wednesday 18 August for the first free practice sessions. Several campsites and car parks will be available.
Entry will be free for under-16s (grandstand seats free for children under 8).
Given the continually changing health situation, there will be no concerts or funfair at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year. There will, however, be a whole range of entertainment to provide an outstanding experience for fans returning to the circuit.
In the event of a government-enforced cancellation or another closed-door event, all spectators will be refunded.
Vouchers and refunds
If you are holding a 2020 voucher, your order will be processed automatically before tickets go on sale based on your 2020 voucher and adapted to the 2021 organisation.
If you have a voucher from the 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans but can’t make it this year, simply fill in the refund application here.