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Le Mans 24 Hours 2020

Dates now confirmed for June 13-14, 2020

The ACO has confirmed details of the FIA WEC hypercar regulations for the 2020-21 seasons. As expected, the WEC will open up its top class to both specialised prototypes and machines derived from road-going hypercars on the condition that at least 20 production models are created over a two-year period.

No manufacturers were announced at the confirmation of the hypercar regulations, although Aston Martin and then Toyota subsequently confirmed their participation.The ACO explained its ambitions for the hypercar category is "to create a top class with a level playing field" and to limit the amount of performance gain that could be found through greater investment.

The highlights of the technical details include a revised weight, lowered slightly to 1100kg and a changed power output of 750bhp in order for the LMP1 replacement category to reach 3m30s laps in race trim at Le Mans. The road-based hypercars will use a version based on the original car or manufacturer's design and there will be a single tyre manufacturer.


Le Mans Classic 2020

Expected to be held July 04-05, 2020.

We now have 3 circuit hotels for the Classic. Two hotels are within walking distance and the third hotel you can actually watch the racing from your guest room and a open air terrace. Registrations now being taken.


Formula 1 2019

The 2019 Formula 1 season is set to finish in December, while the German Grand Prix has been included on the draft calendar released by the FIA. It was also announced that a new contract has been signed for the Japanese Grand Prix to continue at Suzuka until 2021. The record-equalling 21-race calendar has the same order as 2018, with the first race in Australia on 17 March. Abu Dhabi will close the season with the race taking place on 1 December.

There have only been three later finishes to a season since the Formula 1 World Championship began in 1950 - 1959, 1962 and 1963.

The calendar will be submitted for approval during the FIA World Motor Sport Council meeting on 12 October. The German Grand Prix has been held in alternate years recently and there had been doubts about its future with organisers wanting to reduce their race fee. It will follow the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, which is scheduled for 14 July.

Eleven of the 21 races are in Europe, five in Asia, four in the Americas and one in Australia. The 1,000th grand prix since F1's inception will take place in China on 14 April, the third race of the season.


F1 Calendar 2019

  • March 17 Melbourne, Australia
  • March 31 Sakhir, Bahrain
  • April 14 Shanghai, China
  • April 28 Baku, Azerbaijan
  • May 12 Barcelona, Spain
  • May 26 Monaco
  • June 09 Montreal, Canada
  • June 23 Paul Ricard, France
  • June 30 Red Bull Ring, Austria
  • July 14 Silverstone, Great Britain
  • July 28 Hockenheim, Germany
  • August 04 Hungaroring, Hungary
  • September 01 Spa, Belgium
  • September 08 Monza, Italy
  • September 22 Singapore
  • September 29 Sochi, Russia
  • October 13 Suzuka, Japan
  • October 27 Mexico City, Mexico
  • November 03, Austin, USA
  • November 17 Interlagos, Brazil
  • December 01 Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi



Moto GP 2019

For the 2019 season, we have been appointed official agents for the Moto GP VIP Hospitality Village. This offers superb viewing and entertainment and full details will be published in our Moto GP pages.

Provisional 2019 MotoGP calendar

  • 10 March - Qatar* (Losail)
  • 31 March - Argentina (R?o Hondo)
  • 14 April - Americas (Circuit of the Americas)
  • 05 May - Spain (Jerez)
  • 19 May - France (Le Mans)
  • 02 June - Italy (Mugello)
  • 16 June - Catalunya (Barcelona)
  • 30 June - Netherlands (Assen)
  • 07 July - Germany (Sachsenring)
  • 04 August - Czech Republic (Brno)
  • 11 August - Austria (Red Bull Ring)
  • 25 August - Great Britain (Silverstone)
  • 15 September - San Marino (Misano)
  • 22 September - Aragon (MotorLand)
  • 06 October - Thailand (Buriram Chang)
  • 20 October - Japan (Motegi)
  • 27 October - Australia (Phillip Island)
  • 03 November - Malaysia (Sepang)
  • 17 November - Valencia (Ricardo Tormo)

    *Evening Race


World Rally Championship Calendar 2018

  • January 25-28 - Rally Monte Carlo
  • February 15-18 - Rally Sweden
  • March 8-11 - Rally Mexico
  • April 5-8 - Tour de Corse
  • April 26-29 - Rally Argentina
  • May 17-20 - Rally of Portugal
  • June 7-10 - Rally Italy
  • July 26-29 - Rally Finland
  • August 16-19 - Rally Germany
  • September 13-16 - Rally Turkey
  • October 4-7 - Rally GB
  • October 25-28 - Rally Spain
  • November 15-18 - Rally Australia


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