In accordance with the current state of emergency in France, the ACO will be increasing security measures for all events. Extra security checks will be introduced for vehicle and pedestrian access to the circuit and the adjoining campsites. Consequently, it may take longer than usual to enter the site. Please plan your journey accordingly.


Here at the 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit, we work hard every day to improve security for our visitors, in line with the French national ‘vigipirate’ security plan. Everyone can help to keep the site secure: please get in touch with our security staff at any time if you notice anyone behaving suspiciously or a suspicious object.


When you enter our site and facilities, you agree to comply with the site regulations.


At the 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit, you are strictly forbidden from possessing any kind of weapon, any dangerous or illegal object or substance (knives, cutters, bombs, explosives, scissors, aerosols/gas) or glass bottles. You may be searched on entering the site, and entry may be refused in the event of failure to comply with instructions. Forbidden items list.


First aiders are on hand across the 24 Hours of Le Mans site. Don’t hesitate to call on our staff whenever you need them. You can also go to the centrally-located medical centre.
We have teamed up with ACOUFUN to provide free ear protection for the under-16s, available at the first aid stations around the circuit.