Spectator guide

Monday, April 20 – The Grand Palais (Paris)

The Grand Palais, inaugurated for the Exposition Universelle of 1900 Great Exhibition. It hosted the Paris Motor Show between 1901 and 1961. This year, on display in the Grand Palais will be 230 cars taking part in the 29th event with their coachwork polished to a glossy sheen and their engines fine-tuned to perfection. They are ready to set off the following morning on the roads of France.

☛ On Monday, April 20, from 10:00 to 17:00 on presentation of the official programme (€10)

 
 

The Village

The village, which is rebuilt and dismantled overnight in each stop-over town, attracts increasingly large crowds year after year. It is where the entertainment and activities put on by the Tour’s partners can be found starting with Optic 2000, which has been a faithful partner of the event since 2004 under the Lissac brand and since 2009 under the name Optic 2000. On all the legs of the Tour Auto, Optic 2000 remains faithful to its values and highlights its professionalism by providing visual and auditory diagnoses. Motul makes a photo activity and Vicomte A. presents the new official clothing line.

☛ Access to the Parc Fermés on presentation of the official programme (€10)

 
 

The Mini Tour Optic 2000

The Mini Tour Optic 2000 hits the road for the seventh consecutive year from April 21 to April 25. Driven by its success during the past eight years with more than 7 000 children attending the Mini Tour Optic 2000 allows children from 7 to 12 (size between 1.25 m and 1.60 m) to discover the driving-learning on board mini Ferrari on a circuit set up for the occasion. The objective of this free animation is to educate children in a fun way on the importance of protecting their eyes and ears.

☛ Information www.minitour-optic2000.com (available soon)

 
 

Competition

The public will enjoy free access to the timed events on the circuits where they can see three hours of on-track spectacle with 5 grids (competition and regularity).

☛ Free access to the circuits
☛ Special Stage maps are published on Facebook at 17:00, on the eve of each day they take place