The Race Village is the hub of the 24H Motos spectator experience! Here you can shop for souvenirs, grab a bite to eat and enjoy some free entertainment!
The Fan Zone is the place to go for die-hard fans at the 24H Motos. This easy-to-find spot is set up with giant screens showing every minute of race action, simulators and a restaurant area.
Even children ages 3-12 get in on the fun thanks to activities such as inflatables, trampolines, mini motorcycle rides and more.
In the 24 Hours Museum, fans can learn all about the origins of Grands Prix at the turn of the century and the Criterium of Speed at the legendary Le Mans circuit from the 1,000 km to the creation of the 24H Motos. Racing machines, suits, helmets, trophies and the like fill the space named in tribute to locally born racer and five-time world champion Anthony Delhalle, tragically killed during private testing sessions in 2017.
In addition to the action on the track, spectators can take in concerts on Friday and Saturday evenings during the 24H Motos. Admission is free for 24H Motos ticket holders and children under 16 accompanied by an adult.
The fun fair at the 24H Motos is a must for thrill-seekers! Complete with a Ferris wheel, exciting rides, rifle shooting, skill games, bumper cars and so much more!