Back in June the 24 Hours of Le Mans was scheduled to go ahead with limited spectator tickets.

Thankfully on Monday the ACO announced that it would scrap that plan and refund all spectator tickets, opting for a closed-doors race on September 19/20 instead. The smarter plan, to be certain in light of the continued spread of the global coronavirus pandemic.

That plan from a couple of months ago would have seen the track split into four separate “bubbles” to keep contact between attendees limited, with completely separate track entrances, grandstands, concessions, restrooms, camp sites, and vendors.

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2020 24 Hours Of Le Mans Quarantined - Will Be Run Without Fans

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