Recent Cars Demonstrations
Endurance Tourism Trophy

Created in 2009 by motorsport lovers, the Endurance Tourism Trophy, more commonly known as TTE, has become over the seasons, a national series bringing together numerous Endurance and Sprint championships.
In 2020, the series is evolving and offers two Endurance championships for Sedans: TTE Pirelli Challenge and TTE Pirelli Series, as well as four Sprint championships: 1300 Mitjet - Free Racing Berline / GT - Free Proto and Formula'Cup.
These disciplines are approved by the FFSA.
Geneva International Motor Show

Equip Auto

Equip Auto, the international event for professionals in the aftersales industry for all vehicles.
Blancpain GT Series

Paris International Auto Show

France was the birthplace of the automobile, and it was in France that the first auto show was staged. The motorcar dream is now well over a century old. From Delamare-Deboutteville and Malandin's first car in 1884 up to the electric car of the 21st century, a fabulous amount of ground has been covered, and the Paris Auto Show has showcased many of the major milestones along the way.
Festival Automobile International

FIA GT Championship

The FIA GT Championship is a sports car racing series organized by the Stéphane Ratel Organisations (SRO) at the behest of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The championship is mostly concentrated in Europe, but throughout the years has visited other continents, most lately visiting Asia.
Essen Motor Show

Le Mans Series

International Motor Show (IAA) Cars

Salon du Cabriolet et du Coupé

Paris Tuning Show

FIA World Touring Car Championship

The World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) is an international Touring Car championship organized by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA).
Rallye de Paris

Over what is usually a sunny weekend, the RALLYE DE PARIS offers enthusiasts the opportunity to discover or rediscover race tracks that host prestigious competitions, perfect their driving, tune or run in a car, or quite simply enjoy themselves in a well-organized and professional setting, without a special license, racing-accredited car or specific insurance policy.
World Series by Renault 2005: Le Mans

Fourth round of the 2005 World Series by Renault which featured the FR 3.5 World Series, the FR 2.0 Eurocup and the Mégane Trophy Eurocup.
Rencontres Peugeot-Sport 2005: Magny-Cours

Coupe de France des Circuits