The name Le Mans stands for decades of motorsport tradition. In 1965 a second track was built around the existing legendary 24-hour track.
The Le Mans Bugatti Grand Prix race circuit is situated just 5km south of the city of Le Mans and 200km south-west of Paris.
Following a serious accident to Spanish rider Alberto Puig in 1995, the Le Mans Bugatti Grand Prix race circuit was closed until 2000 whilst much needed safety improvements were carried out to the track.
Since the much anticipated re-opening, the circuit is once again a hit with riders and spectators alike, who enjoy its tight track, the stunning hard acceleration straights and late break, first gear corners.
The capacity of 100,000 makes Le Mans Bugatti circuit perfect all the major motorsport events like the 24-hour truck race, the FIA GP2 Championship, French Touring Car and GT races.