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 2018
The internationally renowned vintage car race took place from 6 to 8 July 2018.
Experience the highlights of the 2018 race on the historic French race track.
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