The 90th edition of the legendary race will start at 16:00 CET on Saturday 11 June 2022. The Automobile Club de l’Ouest has an array of ticket offers available for the showcase event of the motor racing year, which normally attracts more than a quarter of a million fans to the track.
The 2022 24 Hours of Le Mans – the third round of the FIA World Endurance Championship season – will see Hypercars make their second appearance at the iconic racetrack.
REGISTRATION PERIOD IS NOW OPEN
Entries opened for FIA WEC season 10 and for the 2022 24 Hours of Le Mans on Monday 6 December. Teams have until 7 January to register their Championship applications, but the deadline is extended until the end of February for Le Mans.
The “Early Bird” price for a Race Week admission ticket is €82. The €7 reduction on the full price of €89 applies until 28 February 2022. Race Weekend tickets are available for €73 (Early Bird rate). The full price will be €79.
Other packages are available including grandstand seats.
The discount rate for ACO Members is €53 for Race Week admission (see the ACO Members section of lemans.org/en for terms and conditions).
Fans can book tickets by:
- Logging on to the official site at ticket.lemans.org to book and pay online.
- Calling the ACO ticket office on +33 243 40 8000
- Writing to email@example.com
Or they can 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 VIII. Tel. +33 144 9000 24
- Tours: 32 rue Marceau. Tel. +33 247 05 1111
- Rouen: 24 rue de l'Hôpital. Tel. +33 235 714 489
The 2022 poster revealed
The 24 Hours of Le Mans is still essentially about driving sports cars… The cinema-style poster depicts the fascinating bond between men and women and their machines. At the wheel of each feat of engineering is a gifted driver, a remarkable champion... a human being! Meanwhile, in the pit lane, a highly qualified team works tirelessly to keep its stars in the spotlight. The dramatic blue and red background reflects the race’s new graphic identity.