The Le Mans Classic, one of the biggest events on the historic motorsport calendar, has been cancelled for 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in France. The biennial event was planned for July 2020 and was initially postponed for a year as COVID-19 took hold across Europe. But because of current spectator number restrictions, promoters have decided to move the event to July 2022.
A closed session would just not do justice to this event and would considerably reduce the beautiful tribute to the great history of endurance. Le Mans Classic without public, without exhibitors and without clubs is not Le Mans Classic.
Plans are also in place for the Classic to run in 2023 to mark the centenary celebrations of the Le Mans 24 Hours.