New for 2015 is our Mulsanne excursion on Saturday night. Our shuttles will pick you up at the circuit and whisk you away to the Mulsanne straight. A three course dinner will be served; we have two sittings at 19:00 and 22:00. After dinner, simply wander out a few yards to the barrier of the Mulsanne straight.
If time permits, we will also visit the Mulsanne Corner (which has a big screen) The Mulsanne Corner will require a general entrance ticket. Both areas are popular and can be busy; however, the Mulsanne straight has a viewing area of approximately 200 linear metres.
The package includes:
Return shuttle transfer to the Mulsanne Straight & Mulsanne CornerA 3 Course Meal (menu does not include drinks)Close up viewing of the Mulsanne Straight
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