After last year’s closed-door event, the 2021 24 Hours of Le Mans (21-22 August) will be open to fans with tickets going on general sale at 10:00 CEST (09:00 UK time) on Monday 21 June.
ACO members can book their tickets from 17 June, 10:00 CEST (09:00 UK Time).
Spectator numbers will be restricted (subject to subsequent French Government decisions) to approximately 50,000 (20% of the usual capacity) and spectators will be required to present the health passport introduced by the French Government on 9 June (this will require a full vaccination record and proof of PCR test to travel, check official travel notices for details).
Test Day (Sunday 15 August) and scrutineering (Saturday 14 August) will not be open to the public.
The circuit will be open to spectators from Wednesday 18 August for the first free practice sessions. Several campsites and car parks will be available.
Entry will be free for under-16s (grandstand seats free for children under 8).
Given the continually changing health situation, there will be no concerts or funfair at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year, DSC understands that the usual fan village will not be in operation this year. There will, however, be a range of entertainment for fans returning to the circuit.
The ACO has also confirmed that in the event of a government-enforced cancellation or another closed-door event, all spectators will be refunded.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans will start at 16:00 CEST on Saturday 21 August.