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Robin
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Robin PCGB Honorary Member
2019/12/18 15:06:03 (permalink)

Le Mans Classic 2020

The Website is now open for booking a place infield as part of the Porsche Clubs display at the 2020 Le Mans Classic.
The options include Infield parking for Classic Porsche models up to the 996 model and the opportunity to take part in the Concours which they call a 'State Contest'. Also available is the opportunity to drive the circuit, meals in the dining area, picnic baskets for each day and of course entry passes for you your Classic Porsche car and passenger(s).
Take a look at  www.porscheclub.fr  and click on Le Mans Classic 2020 and EN if you want it in English.

Robin Walker.
Early 911 Register Assistant.
Register Director 2003-2008
1973 911S.
1964 356C RHD Coupe .
1983 924.

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    dcraigmyle
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    Re: Le Mans Classic 2020 2019/12/18 18:46:21 (permalink)
    Thanks Robin
    Does anyone know how easy it is to get from the Village on the curves (where i am camping) to the site being offered by Porsche club of France with their packages?
    I have not been before so any insights would be welcome.
    David
    Robin
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    Re: Le Mans Classic 2020 2019/12/22 12:31:33 (permalink)
    David, you will drive from Lycian Events, Village on the Curves campsite and exit the Beausejour campsite main entrance and go straight on at the roundabout, continue towards the Tram terminus past the Houx campsite and turn left at the second roundabout which is near the football stadium, the entrance will be manned you just need the windscreen sticker, the marshalls will guide you where to go. It is usually busy early in the morning on race days. Total distance from the campsite about half a mile. The Porsche infield parking area is just where the pre-grid of cars wait before driving onto the circuit near the main control tower, excellent if you want to see the cars close up. You have a parking place on the Bugatti circuit and can come and go as and when you want. It is also the place where the Track Lap cars assemble before they go onto the circuit to drive a lap(s), that is also part of the package. See you there.

    Robin Walker.
    Early 911 Register Assistant.
    Register Director 2003-2008
    1973 911S.
    1964 356C RHD Coupe .
    1983 924.
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