LM 24 - What car are you bringing and what camp site?

LM 24 - What car are you bringing and what camp site?

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Ice_blue_tvr

2,086 posts

141 months

Monday 4th April
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Will be bringing the cerb. Won't be tenting, however, as a friend lives nearby.

jsat_100

15 posts

69 months

Tuesday 5th April
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Late to book this year so left with Beausejour, going in an Alpina B5...hopefully this pic upload has worked?!?


NoBrakesWC

230 posts

26 months

Tuesday 5th April
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Taking the Aygo. Bleu Nord

Oldwolf

678 posts

170 months

Wednesday 6th April
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I'll be taking the Chim again and staying in Houssay


LandieMark

1,453 posts

125 months

Wednesday 6th April
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This and staying in Houx. I have already been asked by those with less practical vehicles whether I can carry their stuff. biggrin

Nickdfabalus

11 posts

52 months

Friday 8th April
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I’ll be on Garage Verte, with my old 911 and a friends RV

RobbyJ

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1,211 posts

199 months

Friday 8th April
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Nickdfabalus said:
I’ll be on Garage Verte, with my old 911 and a friends RV
Very cool setup!

DJFish

5,807 posts

240 months

Sunday 10th April
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Part of the fun for me used to be the drive down, last few times this has been a bit samey….
This year I have the option of the Volvo or this:


Give us a wave if you see us on the way or in Tertre Rouge if we make it that far.

BeeGT

301 posts

193 months

Monday 11th April
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Also on Tertre Rouge, arriving Tuesday evening. I've usually just spurred in to a neighbour's electric with a UK 3-pin plug but this year I might try to plug straight in to the board on the lamp column. Do I need a French/UK adaptor or may naively ask if campsite electric connections are universal ?


DJFish

5,807 posts

240 months

Monday 11th April
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If I remember correctly it’s a mixture of two pin French domestic and caravan hookups…
It’s hard to tell at times.

BeeGT

301 posts

193 months

Monday 11th April
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Here's one of my photos. I'll work on the basis of being able to plug in to one of the UK format sockets, or bring a splitter of my own, rather than go directly in to the column.

RickRob

81 posts

90 months

Monday 11th April
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Just booked today. Camping at Bleu Nord.

joema

2,529 posts

156 months

Tuesday 12th April
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Buy yourself a splitter so that when you take a connection you're replacing it with another for someone else. conversely if there are no free connections, with a splitter you can create a new one.

JamesW

78 posts

209 months

Thursday 14th April
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Bleu Nord with these, plus a few more Porsches and a Golf R


furtive

4,469 posts

256 months

Thursday 14th April
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Usually go to the Classic, and usually in my VX220. But this year going to LM24 in my camper van and staying on Epinettes (anyone know if it has electric hookups?)


Output Flange

16,616 posts

188 months

Thursday 14th April
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furtive said:
Usually go to the Classic, and usually in my VX220. But this year going to LM24 in my camper van and staying on Epinettes (anyone know if it has electric hookups?)

Pretty sure it doesn’t, I’m afraid.

LawrieC

399 posts

81 months

Thursday 14th April
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I'm in Epinettes this year and there's no sign of electricity, unless you splice into the toilet blocks power yikes Its daft that there isn't power

Yes, I have a collection of double adapters and I've smelt the burning


Cooper1999

299 posts

176 months

Friday 15th April
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Only a diesel estate unfortunately (but I love it) for our first trip to LM staying in Bleu Nord with 1st Tickets.

Looking forward to seeing all the more interesting motor making the trip.


Mr Tom

546 posts

118 months

Friday 15th April
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It’s my first Le Mans this year. We are staying in an Air B&B near the tram line.

I would like to take my Boxster but we need a couple of extra seats so it’s my friends Tesla and (PH friendly) BMW 335d.

Hopefully Porsche next year.



delta0

1,697 posts

83 months

Friday 15th April
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Those electric hookup points are somewhat terrifying. I wouldn’t want to be staying next to one of those just in case.