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MotoGP 2024 MotoGP™ Grand Prix de France 2024-05-10 2024-05-12 Buy tickets to MotoGP France now! Best seats & prices for VIP Village, Group Offers, Grandstands & General Admission. Secure payments and customer support.
Le Mans
Street 72000 Le Mans
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Le Mans 10 - 12 May
2024 MotoGP™ Grand Prix de France
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French MotoGP Grand Prix Information

The quaint historic city of Le Mans sets the backdrop for the French MotoGP Grand Prix. It's perhaps an unexpected location for a thrilling motorsport competition to take place, but it certainly provides a stunning backdrop!

Le Mans

Built in 1965, the Le Mans Bugatti Grand Prix Race Circuit is well known for its first-gear corners that push riders to their limits.

Circuit address:

Circuit Bugatti, 72100 Le Mans, France


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Circuit length

4.2 km

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Number of Laps:


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Race distance:

113 km

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Maximum speed:

316.60 kph

circuit map

How to get to the circuit


Le Mans is very well-connected and can be reached in roughly 2 hours from Paris via the A11.


From Line 3: République to Oasis. From Line 17: Railway Station to Oasis. From Line 12: République to St. Martin + Line 7 to Les Raineries.

Train & Tram

Le Mans TGV Station is 55 minutes away from Paris. The station is well connected with frequent direct TGV trains from Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport. To check prices and availability please see the SNCF website*. The town of Le Mans has a tram service that can be used to reach the circuit. For information please see Le Mans' public transport website*.

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Ticket Specifications & Categories

Grandstand Tickets:
The grandstands are located at different points around the track, so you can choose your favourite location and get a front-row seat to all the action.

General Admission:
A general admission ticket is a great way to enjoy the Grand Prix, allowing you to change your location each day for different perspectives of all the race action. These tickets are sold for the whole weekend or just Sunday.

Group Offer General Admission:
The Group Offer ticket gets you a discount on weekend tickets for groups of 2, 3 and 4 people so you can enjoy the race with your friends and family.

What to do in Le Mans during the Grand Prix weekend?

Located in the picturesque region of Pays de la Loire, Le Mans is full of cultural and historic landmarks for you to visit during the Grand Prix weekend. Here are some of our suggestions:

Food & Beverage
- Jasnières: A dry French white wine made in the Sarthe department of the Pays de la Loire where Le Mans is situated. This wine is produced from Chenin blanc grapes.

-L'auberge de Bagatelle: If you want to get a taste of French haute cuisine then this restaurant is the one for you. This Michelin star restaurant located on the Eastern edge of the city is sure to delight your tastebuds. For more information head over to their website*.

- Loire Valley wine tasting & vineyard tours

- Cathédrale Saint Julien-Le Mans: In the heart of Le Mans you will find this charming gothic cathedral in honor of the city's first bishop, Saint Julian of Le Mans.
- Château du Lude: Located around 45km south of Le Mans is a stunning 10th century castle and gardens. The Château is part of the iconic Loire Valley Grands Châteaux route.

  • Average temperature in May: 21ºC / 70ºF
  • Currency: EUR (Euro)
  • Closest Airport: Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport (CDG)
  • Recommended city transport: Taxi/ bus/ tram