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Clubs & Exhibitors

Car Clubs:


With the sole ambition of providing you with a convivial and unforgettable experience, the organisers are opening the doors of the KENNOL Grand Prix de France Historique 2024 to allow you to exhibit your classic, exceptional and prestige vehicles and even enjoy a few laps of the legendary Paul Ricard track!

With your paddock access, you can enjoy the competitors' paddock area. Experience the history of F1 (from the 1970s to the dawn of the 2000s) and single-seaters, and witness real battles on the track with around fifteen races during the event.


Finally, put yourself in the shoes of a driver for a few minutes and take part in the parade on the F1 track at the end of the morning on Saturday and Sunday. Your car will be honourably represented and you'll be driving in the footsteps of the great legends of motor sport.

This year, there are two registration options. The first offers you a reserved area in the red zone, just outside the paddock, if you don't want to take part in the parades. The second gives you access to a dedicated exhibition area in the heart of the paddock, among the competition cars, if you choose the parade option.


Exhibitors & Merchants :


With over 52,000 spectators at the 2023 event, the KENNOL Grand Prix de France Historique 2024 is the perfect opportunity to showcase your products and expertise in the heart of the paddock.

Come and exhibit at this unique event and become a full-fledged player.

This year, two exhibition formulas are available:

  • The first offers you space in the exhibitors' village in the heart of the paddock, alongside the drivers.

  • The second offers you space in the second exhibitor village, located in the red zone outside the paddock, on the other side of the main straight, close to the spectator arrival area.

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