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Classic & Sports Car is delighted to have partnered with Motorsport Travel Destinations once again for a Reader Run to this year’s centenary celebration at the brilliant Le Mans Classic.
And, no, you’re not dreaming. Yes, there was a Le Mans Classic in 2022, but to mark 100 years of Le Mans the event is back for 2023, on 29 June-2 July, before reverting to its biennial position on the classic car calendar.
Once more, the C&SC team will be loading its classics and heading across the Channel for the weekend – and you can be part of our road trip.
Join the Our classics fleet on the overnight ferry from Portsmouth to Caen, before meeting for breakfast and enjoying a scenic drive down to the circuit, followed by a welcome barbecue on the Friday night, once everyone has pitched their tents.
We will have our own dedicated area in the superb Porsche Curves campsite, which is exclusive to Motorsport Travel Destinations and includes an on-site bar, with refreshments and excellent facilities.
It is also just a short wander up the bank to the Porsche Curves, where you can get comfy and watch the action any time of the day or night.
The C&SC Reader Run deal includes general entry to the event and paddock passes.
Prices start from £830 per person, based on two people sharing a car.
To reserve your place, simply call Motorsport Travel Destinations on 01707 329988 and use the code C&SCLMC23 when you book.
Motorsport Travel Destinations has various other options available for this year’s Le Mans Classic, including glamping, pop-up hotel cabins and new en suite Platinum lodges with Wi-Fi – get full details here.
In addition, sister firm Motorsport Tickets offers a variety of fixed packages, including ticket, accommodation and travel options – find out more.
We will see you there.
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