Success at Le Mans Classic was not just confined to the racetrack. In the Village, there were 150 exhibitors and 9,200 club cars from all over Europe. The camping area was animated as well, with set-ups that remained in period down to the last detail. After this celebration of the centenary of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the date is set for 26-30 June 2025 for the 12th edition.
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