How to get to the Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans


The Circuit des 24 Heures is located south of the city of Le Mans.
By car, it can be reached via route départementale 323, on the Paris-Le Mans-Angers route, or via the following motorway exits:

A28 - Exit n°23 - Auvours-Le Mans Centre ;
A28 - Exit n°24 - Parigné-l'Évêque ;
A11 - Exit n°9 - Le Mans Sud.
Near the circuit, you'll find signs indicating the various parking lots.
It's a good idea to keep yourself informed about traffic conditions, for example by using applications such as Waze, which has a partnership with the ACO. 

For more information on traffic constraints during events taking place on the circuit, please consult the dedicated page, accessible below. 

A word of advice

Traffic will be heavy on race days.
> Leave plenty of time
> Park on the outskirts of the city and take the tram to the circuit

More informations (french)

Going "Green"

There are a number of alternatives to encourage gentler mobility and avoid traffic jams: 

Public transport
By bus - line 10 or line 5, stop at Centre des expositions, access via Porte Nord
Tramway - line T1, Antarès Stade Marie Marvingt terminus stop, Porte Est side.
See the SETRAM website for timetables:

By train + streetcar: The TER Pays de la Loire Live ticket is a low-cost way to get to the event from a regional station. It also gives access to the Le Mans - Métropole streetcar network. 

By bike
It is not possible to cycle within the general enclosure, but 3 guarded parking lots are provided at the entrances to the circuit:

  • North gate (Expo parking lot) 
  • Porte Est (in front of the gate) 
  • Karting gate (in front of the gate)