If you want to get tickets to the 24 hours of Le Mans, it is still an option. If you cannot get to the race, there is some way to watch 24 hours of Le Mans.
When looking for tickets, there are many options available online. You should have already gotten plane tickets if you’re coming from the U. S. and other countries. There should be room and board already planned and reserved as well. However, if you do not have room and board or tickets, it’s okay. You can still experience the race.
The 24 hours of Le Mans has many different types of fans. They are offering great priced accommodations for their fans. The Flexotel Village offers the best access to the circuit and you can get into town via train. There are no five-star hotels in the area currently. There is a very high demand for bedrooms for the teams and crews.
Tickets are still available for many of the areas at the race. The grandstand tickets are still available and begin at £155.00 per seat and go up to £177.00. The website, 1st Tickets has tickets for sale also. They have options for the campsite and the race tickets online. To stay at the campsite, they are charging £100.00- £460.00.
The tickets that they have are priced at £92.00-£150.00.
All of the tickets are priced based on how close it is to the event day, the demand for the tickets, and of course what part of the arena your tickets are located. There are charges for parking which is from £46-52. There are pit walk tickets that are gen entry that cost £695.00. If you want a helicopter flight it’ll cost, you £130 each. These tickets are per person. General entry tickets are right at £92.00. The T34 stands, which are above the pits cost £117.00. The Panorama tickets are sold out, along with Dunlop, Durand, ACO, Lagache, Tavano, and the T34 stands.