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Le Mans Classic 2018

Le Mans Classic 2018 tickets available now

The confirmed dates for the next Le Mans Classic event were revealed at a press conference in Paris last night. The Le Mans Classic 2018 will take place from the 6th – 8th July. As this historic motorsport event only comes round every two years, the Le Mans Classic is much anticipated by drivers and […]

Tom Kristensen

Your chance to meet Mr. Le Mans!

Our friends at Race Retro have offered one lucky Travel Destinations customer the chance to win a meet and greet with endurance racer & Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen. Race Retro celebrates the very best of international historic motorsport, showcasing every discipline including formula and circuit racing, rallying, hill climbs, touring cars, single marque series, motorcycling, sports and GT cars. […]

Travel Destinations Brochure

New 2017 Travel Destinations Brochure

The Travel Destinations’ brochure for 2017/18 is available to download now. The new brochure includes events such as the Le Mans 24 Hours, Spa Classic, Nurburgring 24 Hours, Rolex 24 at Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring, Nurburgring Oldtimers Grand Prix, Bathurst 12 Hours, Spa 24 Hours & Circuit Des Remparts at Angouleme. For those planning […]

12 Hours of Sebring

A Resurgence for Sebring

The Sebring 12 Hours has been through a series of down years since the arrival of the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, replaced the American Le Mans Series, but it appears that the beloved American endurance event is ready to return to its former self again. The beauty of the Sebring 12 Hours is the ground on which […]

Bathurst 12 Hours

Marvel at Mount Panorama

Every big sportscar event rises and falls in prominence for various reasons throughout each decade, and at the moment one that’s most definitely on the up is the Bathurst 12 Hour. Over the past few years the quality of the grid has skyrocketed, along with its promotion and viewership. It’s a spectacular showcase of endurance racing, […]

Daytona

Eyes on Daytona

Eyes Of Racing World Focused On 54th Rolex 24 At Daytona Entry List Features 54 Cars, Drivers Representing 24 Countries, Four Female Drivers The world will be coming to Daytona International Speedway for the grand opening of its motorsports stadium, with a solid international field set for the debut race of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar […]

Ford

Looking forward to 2016

The Four Biggest Endurance Racing Stories of 2016 Okay so that’s a rather arrogant assertion, there are bound to be stories through this year that eclipse some of those below but to do so they’ll have to be very big indeed! 1- Ford – 50 Years on The Blue Oval is back and this is […]

FIA WEC

FIA WEC Update: LMP1 Class

The LMP1 class of the 2015 FIA WEC has seen sportscar racing technology skyrocket. But until the Asian flyaways we hadn’t seen what the most technologically advanced racecars in the world could do in the wet – Japan and China gave us a double opportunity to see just that! Rain is a great leveller and […]

FIA WEC

FIA WEC Update: LMP2

LMP2 was looking like almost a runaway championship win for KCMG before the Asian flyaways. Wet weather, controversy, and real drama though gripped the class in Japan with a further turn of the screw in China setting up a grandstand finish to a thrilling season in Bahrain. Realistically in Japan the championship was already down […]

FIA WEC

FIA WEC Update: GTE Classes

The FIA World Endurance Championship (FIA WEC) has been racking up the air miles in October with back-to-back six hour races at Fuji International Speedway in Japan and Shanghai International Circuit in the People’s Republic of China. The two race meetings have seen Close competition, controversy, and the first titles of the 2015 season settled. Both […]