GETTING TO THE AUTODROME
GETTING TO THE AUTODROME
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Les Grandes Heures Automobiles isn’t a race as the Linas-Montlhéry motor-racing track hasn’t been approved for racing since 2004. It’s a fun and social get-together with cars, motorbikes and legendary drivers who drive for entertainment without the pressure of competition and AT NIGHT on Saturday until 10pm! You’ll have a “wheelie” good time whether it’s on two, three or four wheels!
On Saturday (9am-10pm) and Sunday (8am-6pm) you’ll get your fill of cars and motorbikes from every generation as well as renowned drivers in action. In terms of cars, you’ll see inter-war ones, single-seaters, prototypes, rally cars including the legendary Group B motors, supercars and amazing GTs. As for motorbikes, there’s everything you could wish for with the ultimate in speed and endurance bikes, classic rides and even quirky gems!
Obviously there will be renowned drivers but there will also be drivers from every generation and discipline, collectors, enthusiasts and fans of this legendary Autodrome.
On this website ce site or on-site.To save money on the price at the box office, we recommend booking your ticket in advance online. It’s cheaper than on-site (the weekend pass is 29 € online compared to 35 € at the Autodrome). You won’t just save money; you’ll save time when you get here too!
Yes! Entry is free for under 12s so you can pass your passion onto the next generation.
No. The Utac Ceram Group that owns the Linas-Montlhéry motor-racing track does not allow dogs for safety reasons. Imagine the danger if your pet runs off and gets onto the track.
No. The Utac Ceram Group that owns the Linas-Montlhéry motor-racing track does not allow barbecues for safety reasons.
All our car parks are free. The public tarmac car park is on part of the prestigious road circuit. A free shuttle service will take you to the Les Deux-Pont bend for the two day event including on Saturday until 11pm after the evening entertainment.
There are lots of catering, snack and restaurant spots to get something to eat or drink and make a weekend of it.
Loads of things! As well as watching legendary cars and motorbikes on the track, you can have a stroll around the paddocks and chat with the drivers. Watch demonstrations for all ages, explore the Manufacturer Village and Exhibitor Village, visit the Clubs, explore the exhibitions and activities, bid at the Aguttes auction or get something signed at sessions with famous drivers. If it rains then there’s a covered stand so you don’t miss the show, covered paddocks to see the cars and motorbikes and the exhibitors and restaurant are indoors.