We do not recommend bringing young children to the event for health and safety reasons, namely due to the high volume of noise. If you do bring them, we strongly recommend that they wear ear guards.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by at least one ticket-holding adult, both inside the circuit and in the camping areas.
If this condition is not respected, the child may be refused access and must wait with the security guards until an adult comes to collect them.
Pets are not permitted on the site, apart from in the camping areas, which are considered to be outside the grounds. This does not apply to guide dogs that are accompanying spectators with a disability card, as stated in Article L.241-3 of the French social action and family code.
First aiders will be on duty across the whole circuit. If required, please contact our on-site staff. You can also go to our first aid station in the centre of the circuit.
Ear guards are available free of charge for children under 16 from the first aid stations inside the circuit grounds (partnership with Alpine Earing).
We recommend arriving at the circuit in plenty of time: the waiting time is expected to be long this year due to the increased security checks.
At the entrance, there will be several security checks: visual inspection of jackets and authorised bags, magnetometer checks and security pat-downs. In order to ensure these checks run smoothly, please open your bag before showing it to the security guards and unzip your jacket.
Please have your ticket and proof of identity ready for when you enter the grounds.
To access the car parks and camping areas, you must be in possession of an entry ticket for the 24 Heures Motos 2024.
The French government has limited the amount of alcohol people can bring into the camping areas to (per person): 2 litres of beer or 1 litre of spirits
If one vehicle is transporting equipment and drinks for a group of riders, please ensure you arrive together so that we can check the number of people concerned.
Spectators are not permitted to bring alcohol into the Bugatti circuit or camping areas.
Spectators are not permitted to bring glass bottles into the Bugatti circuit or camping areas.
It is prohibited to transport any dangerous or potentially unsafe equipment (e.g. a modified exhaust) on frame-mounted motorised vehicles.
All vehicle luggage areas, SUV flat beds, campervans, caravans and buses will be checked at the entrance. "
Failure to comply with Le Mans Circuits site regulations, drawn up in accordance with current legislation, and with the new measures adopted to implement the site regulations, may result in criminal prosecution, including fines and imprisonment, as well as additional penalties such as confiscation of the devices or equipment used or intended for use in committing the offence (especially article L332-1 et seq. of the French Sports Code and R1336-5 et seq. of the French Public Health Code).
Please abide by these regulations to ensure an enjoyable experience for all visitors.