The 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit is hosting the very popular Le Mans Classic this weekend. As usual, there is plenty of trackside entertainment, including the World Cup quarter-finals, starting with France vs Uruguay tomorrow afternoon.
There’s always plenty to see at Le Mans Classic, with races run on the full 13.626-kilometre circuit and entertainment in and around the race village. Visitors are spoilt for choice, with car and art exhibitions, a drive-in cinema and more. If you are fretting about missing the football, don’t! All quarter-final matches will be shown live on big screens in the race village.
16:00 Uruguay vs France
20:00 Brazil vs Belgium
16:00 Sweden vs England
20:00 Russia vs Croatia