Rolling: what safety equipment is required for rolling?

Safety belt
For production vehicles: helmet, long clothing
For competition vehicles: helmet, FIA standard fireproof suit, underwear, gloves, approved fireproof boots.
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Rolling: how is the rolling organized?

Before his driving session, each driver will have to attend the safety briefing (convocation sent in July). Drivers will be parked in the parking lot dedicated to the driving session. Our staff will guide you to the track. Each session includes a minimum lap of discovery of the track behind the safety car, free running, then a lap behind the safety car to cool down the engines before returning to the pit.

Rolling: Is it possible to choose a specific schedule?

No. The grids will be organized according to the type of vehicle, power, experience of the track,… so that the grids are homogeneous and that the drivers can take advantage of it at most. That’s why we suggest you to choose a driving by half-day. The precise schedule will be communicated to you once the grids are composed (during June/July).

Rolling and exhibition: do you have to book ?

On the day you booked a driving session, a parking lot will be reserved for you in the circuit, parking “driving”.
If you stay the whole weekend, you will have to check the box “exhibition” when you order so that a place is provided in the circuit. Of course, you won’t have to pay any extra because your entry ticket is included in the driving ticket.

Animation: Open air cinema: do you need to book?

The cinema session will be open to all on Saturday evening (your entry ticket to the circuit allows you to enjoy all the weekend’s activities)
You will be able to watch the film from the pit box or directly from the track (bring your cushions, deckchairs, blankets, comforters…)

“Camping”: is it open to everyone?

The Camping du Houx area is reserved for holders of a “driving” or “exhibition” ticket, and their companions.
Only vehicles registered for the drive or the exhibition will be allowed to park there.

Camping: will there be a bar ?

What a question 😉 ! Yes you will be able to extend the party around a last drink at the entrance of the Houx area.

Camping: are campers allowed?

Campers, caravans and vans will be allowed in the area of the Houx, for the accompanying persons of the holders of a driving or exhibition ticket.

What is the price of admission to the Big Car Show?

The “Visitor” rate is 10 € for 1 day, 20 € for 3 days.
The “Static exhibition” rate is 20€ for the 3 days (including visitor’s entrance)
The “Roulage” rate starts at 69.90€* for a 20 minutes session (*offer until 31/03/22)
Free for children under 16 years old accompanied by an adult.

Can I bring a pet to the Big Car Show?

For safety reasons, animals are not allowed on the circuit.

How to buy a ticket for the event?

You can buy your tickets online here or directly at the ticket offices (Annex and South entrance) during the opening hours of the event.
Only General Admission tickets will be sold at the box office. Rolling stock and exhibition tickets must be ordered via our website, subject to availability.

Health protocol

The sanitary protocol in force at the date of the event must be respected by all visitors and exhibitors (wearing of masks, barrier gestures…)…

Reception and accessibility for PRM and PSH

People with Reduced Mobility and People with Disabilities will be welcomed by the Big Car Show team via the North entrance of the 24H du Mans circuit.
When you arrive at the site, please present yourself to the security guard at the entrance. Upon presentation of your parking badge, we will give you access to a free reserved parking lot (no motor homes).

Rolling: what are the rolling hours?

Riding will take place in the morning from 9am to 12pm and in the afternoon from 2pm to 6pm. The pilots will be called to the safety briefing according to the sessions they are registered for: 8H, 10H, 13H and 15H30.

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