The racing atmosphere of days gone by can be experienced live and authentically at the “Le Mans Classic”. The drivers, who compete classified in a series of six “plateaus” (classes) and by model year up to 1980, start according to the classic Le Mans rules: At the starting signal, the drivers sprint to their cars, start the engine and speed off. Each starting line-up is called to the start three times within the 24 hours, each of the vintage racing classics is on the track for a good two hours. The equipment is not spared, however. The fastest of the racing machines reach speeds of over 300 km/h on the famous Hunaudières straights.
Le Mans Classic
The internationally renowned vintage car race will not be taking place in 2019. But the
Experience the last race on the traditional French race track in 2018.
* The data presented here was recorded using the Euro 5 test procedure (715/2007/EC, 692/2008/EC, 566/2011/EC and ECE-R 101/01) and the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle). The respective figures were not recorded on individual vehicles and do not constitute part of the offer. This data is provided solely for the purpose of comparison between the respective models. Fuel consumption was recorded on vehicles with standard specification. Optional equipment may affect fuel consumption and vehicle performance. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are not only determined by a vehicle’s fuel efficiency, but also by the driving style and other factors irrespective of vehicle specification.