French Moto GP

Circuit of Le Mans , Le Mans, France

10 – 12 May 2024

 The Le Mans circuit has a long and proud history in motor sport and was first opened in 1966 and today the circuit is a favourite with Fans and riders. The circuit lies 5km south of city of Le Mans and 200km south-west of the French capital or Paris, proving accessible and popular for travelling fans. Today Le Mans is in fact three courses; the famed 24 hour course, which incorporates large sections of public road, and the smaller purpose-built Bugatti circuit, which entertains the crowds for the rest of the year. The third Maison Blanche course was added in the 1970s as a school and track day facility and now is home to a Porsche Experience Centre. Buy your French MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of French Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official MotoGP ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any MotoGP of the season.

Travel Package 

From TBA per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 09 - 13 May 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Booking your accommodation in Le Mans in France is a click away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals .Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

Many travelers opt to book a flight to Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport from their city, since this is the closest major airport to Le Mans and the Paris CDG train station is connected to the airport itself – if you fly into Paris, you’ll need to travel by bus, car or train the remaining 125 miles to Le Mans. Once you land at CDG, you can purchase a train ticket at the dedicated TGVair desk in the SNCF travel center inside the train station.
If you’re already in France or if you’ve just flown into Paris, traveling to Le Mans by train (called the TGV) is one of the most popular, cost-effective and easy options. The average train trip from Paris to Le Mans takes just an hour.
In addition to leaving from the station at the CDG airport, you can depart for Le Mans from Paris’s Montparnasse station. There are multiple trains that leave every hour or so from both Montparnasse and CDG; you can purchase tickets in advance, which is recommended if you’re headed to Le Mans during racing season, or up to 15 minutes before the train is scheduled to leave.
If you prefer to rent a car for your travels and getting to Le mans check our Kayak.com for the best deals.

Parking and Campsites

“Panorama” (red park), ‘aerodrome (blue park) and “Houx areas – car or motorcycle parks and campsites are open, without any extra cost. It is compulsory to have a Weekend Grand Prix entrance ticket for access to these areas. The are equipped with toilet blocks.

“Privilege” car park:  is located at “Centre des Expositions”. This parking (no extra charge) is restricted to holders of the “Tribune Privilege” Grandstand.

Centre Expos Area:  This parking (no extra charge) is restriced to holders of the “Mutuelle dces Motards”,  “Triumph”, “Fan Club Rossi”, “Privilege”, “Fan Club Marc Marquez”, “Dunlop”, “Honda Racing” and Ducati” Grandstand tickets.  Motorcyle Parking “Privilege” ( Centre des Expositions) is restricted to holders of “Tribune Privilege” Tickets.

Parking and campsite Garage Vert: This area- parking and camping – is exclusively reserved for ticket holders of the “KTM Garage Vert” and “Canal and Garage Vert” Grandstands. (no extra cost)

La Chapelle Camsite:  This area – parking and camping (no extra cost) is esclusively reserved for ticket holders of the “Dafy La Chapelle” Grandstand. Access by road direction Tours.

Maison Blancehe Campsite: This area -parking and camping- (no extra cost) is exclusively reserved for ticket holders of the “Moto Journal”, “Quest France”, “Repaire des Motards”, “Motul Raccordement” Grandstand tickets.

Controlled motorcyle parking:  Access to controlled motorcycle parking “Parking Controle” (10 000 motorcyles) priority is given to those who purchased their tickets in advance, to be queried if required. Parking is located at “Centre des Expositions” – and includes a facility to leave your helmets.  (**Limited space available)

Coach and Bus

It is possible to reach the circuit using public transport; either by Bus or Tram.  Line T1 goes from Republique to Antares in just 20 minutes, and is a quick and easy way to get to the circuit. Antares is located close to the Mulsanne Straight.

Local Buses will be running from central Le Mans to the circuit throughout the race week. (Bus stop at 15 minutes’ walk from the circuit), City Center ↔ Circuit (near “Exhibition Center”, North entrance):  Line 3: Republic – terminus Oasis, SNCF ↔ Circuit (near “Exhibition Center”, North entrance): Line 17 – terminus Oasis, City Center ↔ Circuit (near Red Park, Panorama, North entrance): Line 12 Republic – St Martin + Line 7 – terminus Les Raineries.  The Oasis bus stop is located around a 15 minute walk from Centre des Expositions entrance, at the North side of the circuit.

Tram

TRAM:  Trams operate throughout Le Mans with a regular tram service running from the city to the eastern entrance of the circuit, Terminus Antares.  The East entrance (Green Garage) of the circuit is 150 meters from the tram stop, directly linking the station to the circuit in 20 minutes. Services from 5.30am to 1am.  City Center République ↔ Railway Stations ↔ Terminus Antarès.

Taxi

Taxi service’s are available in and around the city however it can be pricey.

Train

If you are travelling from further afield, Le Mans is easily accessible by train from most major cities in France, including Paris, Rennes, Nantes, Lille, Lyon and Marseille. From Paris, the journey time is approximately 55 minutes and tickets can be purchased in advance on www.voyages-sncf.com.

In conjunction with the local authorities, SNCF are offering return tickets from any train station in the Pays de Loire region to the circuit. You can book this directly at the train station by showing your Le Mans entry ticket.

Walking

Walking from the city to the circuit from the centre of Le Mans is not recommended as it is an 8km walk, approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

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French Moto GP

Circuit of Le Mans , Le Mans, France

10 – 12 May 2024

 The Le Mans circuit has a long and proud history in motor sport and was first opened in 1966 and today the circuit is a favourite with Fans and riders. The circuit lies 5km south of city of Le Mans and 200km south-west of the French capital or Paris, proving accessible and popular for travelling fans. Today Le Mans is in fact three courses; the famed 24 hour course, which incorporates large sections of public road, and the smaller purpose-built Bugatti circuit, which entertains the crowds for the rest of the year. The third Maison Blanche course was added in the 1970s as a school and track day facility and now is home to a Porsche Experience Centre. Buy your French MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of French Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official MotoGP ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any MotoGP of the season.

Travel Package 

From TBA per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 09 - 13 May 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Booking your accommodation in Le Mans in France is a click away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals .Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

Many travelers opt to book a flight to Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport from their city, since this is the closest major airport to Le Mans and the Paris CDG train station is connected to the airport itself – if you fly into Paris, you’ll need to travel by bus, car or train the remaining 125 miles to Le Mans. Once you land at CDG, you can purchase a train ticket at the dedicated TGVair desk in the SNCF travel center inside the train station.
If you’re already in France or if you’ve just flown into Paris, traveling to Le Mans by train (called the TGV) is one of the most popular, cost-effective and easy options. The average train trip from Paris to Le Mans takes just an hour.
In addition to leaving from the station at the CDG airport, you can depart for Le Mans from Paris’s Montparnasse station. There are multiple trains that leave every hour or so from both Montparnasse and CDG; you can purchase tickets in advance, which is recommended if you’re headed to Le Mans during racing season, or up to 15 minutes before the train is scheduled to leave.
If you prefer to rent a car for your travels and getting to Le mans check our Kayak.com for the best deals.

Parking and Campsites

“Panorama” (red park), ‘aerodrome (blue park) and “Houx areas – car or motorcycle parks and campsites are open, without any extra cost. It is compulsory to have a Weekend Grand Prix entrance ticket for access to these areas. The are equipped with toilet blocks.

“Privilege” car park:  is located at “Centre des Expositions”. This parking (no extra charge) is restricted to holders of the “Tribune Privilege” Grandstand.

Centre Expos Area:  This parking (no extra charge) is restriced to holders of the “Mutuelle dces Motards”,  “Triumph”, “Fan Club Rossi”, “Privilege”, “Fan Club Marc Marquez”, “Dunlop”, “Honda Racing” and Ducati” Grandstand tickets.  Motorcyle Parking “Privilege” ( Centre des Expositions) is restricted to holders of “Tribune Privilege” Tickets.

Parking and campsite Garage Vert: This area- parking and camping – is exclusively reserved for ticket holders of the “KTM Garage Vert” and “Canal and Garage Vert” Grandstands. (no extra cost)

La Chapelle Camsite:  This area – parking and camping (no extra cost) is esclusively reserved for ticket holders of the “Dafy La Chapelle” Grandstand. Access by road direction Tours.

Maison Blancehe Campsite: This area -parking and camping- (no extra cost) is exclusively reserved for ticket holders of the “Moto Journal”, “Quest France”, “Repaire des Motards”, “Motul Raccordement” Grandstand tickets.

Controlled motorcyle parking:  Access to controlled motorcycle parking “Parking Controle” (10 000 motorcyles) priority is given to those who purchased their tickets in advance, to be queried if required. Parking is located at “Centre des Expositions” – and includes a facility to leave your helmets.  (**Limited space available)

Coach and Bus

It is possible to reach the circuit using public transport; either by Bus or Tram.  Line T1 goes from Republique to Antares in just 20 minutes, and is a quick and easy way to get to the circuit. Antares is located close to the Mulsanne Straight.

Local Buses will be running from central Le Mans to the circuit throughout the race week. (Bus stop at 15 minutes’ walk from the circuit), City Center ↔ Circuit (near “Exhibition Center”, North entrance):  Line 3: Republic – terminus Oasis, SNCF ↔ Circuit (near “Exhibition Center”, North entrance): Line 17 – terminus Oasis, City Center ↔ Circuit (near Red Park, Panorama, North entrance): Line 12 Republic – St Martin + Line 7 – terminus Les Raineries.  The Oasis bus stop is located around a 15 minute walk from Centre des Expositions entrance, at the North side of the circuit.

Tram

TRAM:  Trams operate throughout Le Mans with a regular tram service running from the city to the eastern entrance of the circuit, Terminus Antares.  The East entrance (Green Garage) of the circuit is 150 meters from the tram stop, directly linking the station to the circuit in 20 minutes. Services from 5.30am to 1am.  City Center République ↔ Railway Stations ↔ Terminus Antarès.

Taxi

Taxi service’s are available in and around the city however it can be pricey.

Train

If you are travelling from further afield, Le Mans is easily accessible by train from most major cities in France, including Paris, Rennes, Nantes, Lille, Lyon and Marseille. From Paris, the journey time is approximately 55 minutes and tickets can be purchased in advance on www.voyages-sncf.com.

In conjunction with the local authorities, SNCF are offering return tickets from any train station in the Pays de Loire region to the circuit. You can book this directly at the train station by showing your Le Mans entry ticket.

Walking

Walking from the city to the circuit from the centre of Le Mans is not recommended as it is an 8km walk, approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

Inquire Now!

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