Experience the high-octane action of MotoGP at one of the most iconic race tracks in the world, Le Mans.
Held at the home of the legendary 24 hours race, Le Mans is always one of the most popular MotoGP legs of the campaign, attracting over 100,000 spectators every year.
See the world’s elite riders battle it out for top spot on the podium and championship points which will go some way to deciding the world champion.
Le Mans is a notoriously difficult track to travel to, with the nearest airport two to three hours away. By travelling with National Holidays you can experience the French MotoGP with coach transfers, ticket admission and hotel accommodation included in a sensational price so you don’t have to worry about organising everything yourself.
The race circuit in Le Mans needs no introduction. Home of the legendary 24 hour race, the track is steeped in history and one of the highlights on the MotoGP calendar held in May every year.
The race is contested on the Bugatti circuit which forms part of the iconic 24 hour track, featuring the Ford Chicane and famous Dunlop Bridge.
The demanding 4.2 km circuit always delivers an action-packed race. The track is renowned for its stop -go layout with numerous tight first gear corners and all emphasis placed on late braking and hard acceleration.
There’s a real party atmosphere at the circuit when MotoGP roars into town, with plenty of entertainment aside from the thrills and spills on the track.
This special coach break allows you to witness two great days of racing, with inclusive grandstand admission to qualifying on the Saturday and Sunday’s race day.
With the nearest airport two to three hours away from the circuit, travelling by coach with National Holidays is the best and easiest way to catch the French MotoGP, with hotel accommodation and tickets to both qualifying and race day included in the package.
A great motor racing break at one of the most famous tracks in the world! Start planning your next race trip with National Holidays.
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