1 – Head to the following address: Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans
- from Paris – 205 km – 2 hrs 10 (A11)
- from Nantes – 205 km – 1 hr 55 (A11)
- from Rennes – 160 km – 2 hrs (A81)
- from Caen – 165 km – 1 hr 50 (A88 & A28)
- from Tours – 100 km – 1 hr (A28)
- from Alençon – 60 km – 50 mins (A28)
The Cofiroute and ASF networks will offer free use of the following motorways to Class 5 vehicles from 10:00 on Friday 15 April to 10:00 on Monday 18 April 2022:
- A11: between the Saint-Arnoult toll booth and Le Mans, between Angers and Le Mans, and between Angers and Nantes
- A81: between Le Mans and La Gravelle (Vitré)
- A85: between Angers and Restigné
- A28: between Saint-Christophe-sur-le-Nais and Le Mans, and between Alençon and Le Mans.
“Calmos” for safer biking
- To promote responsible biking, Fondation Vinci Autoroutes – in partnership with the FFMC biker organisation – is setting up biker rest stops on the motorway network to/from Le Mans under the “Relais Moto/Relais Motards Calmos” banner. The purpose of this initiative is to encourage bikers to take regular breaks and raise awareness of drowsiness issues.
2 – Where to park
- 7-C: FULL
3 – Pedestrian access for ticket holders
- Map of the circuit: Click here
Download WAZE – our partner app – for real-time traffic updates on your way to the circuit.