EEWC Le Mans 2020 Single Race Entry

EEWC Le Mans 2020 Single Race Entry


Because of the special situation and the LAN-event Le Mans race being postponed to October 2021, single race tickets for the 2020 Online Le Mans race are now available.

Save 125€ and be eligible to win prizes by registering a team for the 2021 season, and get the 2020 Le Mans Race for free. Buy full season tickets here:

Description and information

The following can be subject to change. The fee you are paying for is not a starting fee. The fee of this ticket is paid for the registration of your entry. Participation in our race is free of charge but requires registration. No team that is not registered and have paid the registration fee will be allowed to participate.

October 22nd to 25th
EEWC – Le Mans 24 hours
(Final schedule is subject to change due to TV broadcast plans)

Important: This ticket buys you an entry list spot for ONE car in the 2020 Endurance eRacing Le Mans 24-hour race. Each team wishing to field a car at the race must hold one of these tickets or a season ticket for each car they wish to enter. If your team wants to field two or more cars, you need to buy the appropriate amount of these tickets for each car. The fee you pay is not the entry fee, it is a signup fee. This means no refund will be issued in case your team is unable to attend. You do not pay to attend, you pay to sign up. And you need to be signed up in order to participate.


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Point system

Cars entered in single races do not score points and are ignored in the championship standings.

Refunds and being unable to attend

The entry fee is not refundable. Should you not be able to field a car in the race, your place in the entry list will be offered to a team/car in the reserve list or sold as a single race entry. In case of an early forfeit, once a team on the reserve list has acknowledged and accepted to replace your car in the race, you can not claim your spot back!

Rules of conduct as a participating team for the 2020 24-hours Le Mans race.

Reasons for requirements
Communication, availability, and visibility is highly important as well as the best possible source of income for every single one of our participating teams, big or small. With several teams committing to participation budgets above 40.000 € it is important for us and the future of the entire sim racing community, to help ensure that any level of investment pays off. Clear communication is a big part of this, as well as helping to spread the knowledge of the event. This will benefit the big as well as the small teams. Historically we have had a lot of problems contacting teams with important information. We have even had teams complain that they didn’t get important information. This is not an ideal situation and we don’t want to see it repeated.

We consider everyone involved in the event, organizers, teams, sponsors, and partners as equal partners with a common responsibility to grow the event and ensure its a success to the common benefit of all.

We have seen teams and drivers who clearly like and care about the event, but they don’t share or like a single news post or piece of information. This lack of support is highly counterproductive both to your own team, other teams, and the event in general. We do not have marketing budgets that can be used to spread the knowledge of the event or help brand the event. You, we and everybody else needs your help to do that.

Rules and Requirements

  • A team representative must be available for regular interviews. Your team is obligated to be available for online interviews with both audio and video.
  • Teams must register an email address during the ticket ordering process which they check regularly. The email address used when ordering team tickets will be the main point of contact for all information coming from the organization to the teams.
  • Each team is allowed a maximum of two cars in single race entries.
  • Teams and all team members must, to the largest extent possible, share on social media the official news posted on the webpage. This will be all news posted in the news category

All teams will have the option to submit news articles about themselves, on topics of their own choices, just as long as it is centered on the team and sim racing. As long as the team participates in the EEWC and/or the GTR24h Series, we don’t care if the news is on participation in other sim racing leagues or series. Your team may submit articles using this form:

Important news for the teams will be sent as newsletters to the email address used in the main contact field. And made public in the exclusive “Teams Section” on the website. Only visible to participating team members.

You can find these news pieces posted on the official Facebook page as well. We do not care much about what social media you share the news on. Just that your team and team members help spread the news, the knowledge, and the messages of the GTR24H.

Entry for the race has to be confirmed by Monday the 12th of October at 20:00 CET. Failure to do so may result in your car spot being sold to other parties.

Custom skins / paint jobs are submittable and to be sent in a final version by Monday,  the 12th of October at 20:00 CET.

Tracks may be altered with regard to obstacles, cut track detection and garage, pit, starting grid sport without prior notice. All content is under the control of the creators, Studio 397.

The race will be sanctioned by live marshals as according to the GTR24h Sporting Regulations 2020. The sporting regulations may be subject to change until Monday the 12th of October. Should serious concerns be raised, we will retain the right to change the rules even minutes before race start. Teams will be notified through their main contact email if such drastic measures need to be used. The rules can be found here: