Bespoke Handling supports Kuehne+Nagel to bring Le Mans Classic back in 2022


With events and race calendars confirmed and rescheduled for the 2022 season, Bespoke Handling is confirmed as a key supplier to Kuehne+Nagel for the Le Mans Classic event taking place in July 2022. Bespoke Handling is a specialist in motorsport and classic vehicle logistics, offering the perfect solution for vehicle owners attending the event. Working with Kuehne+Nagel’s UK Expo and Events team, it will assist in managing and supporting transport requirements for competitors.

Rescheduled from 2020, the Le Mans Classic event will make a welcome return in July 2022. The cars and equipment expected from 30 countries will celebrate racers from across the globe in front of a 200,000-strong crowd.

Cars on the grid will represent all years between 1923 – the year of the first Le Mans 24-hour event – through to 1981, with amateur and professional ‘pilots’ at the wheel of up to 700 important and iconic vehicles, competing in a spectacular 24-hour event at the world-famous Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans.

Gary Ayles, Chief Executive Officer, Bespoke Handling commented, “The transportation and management of motorsport and classic vehicles logistics is what we at Bespoke Handling specialise in, and I am proud that we can work with the team at Kuehne+Nagel to strengthen the offering to the owners and drivers attending Le Mans Classic. It is great to see the event has been rescheduled and confirmed, and we look forward to working with Kuehne+Nagel and the event organisers to ensure all cars are back on the grid to put on the show we have all been waiting for, in front of the crowds.”

Brian Cox, Managing Director UK, Kuehne+Nagel added, “Our commitment to be the best logistics provider to do business with means providing customised solutions, where necessary. Combining Bespoke Handling’s specialist expertise of niche motorsports logistics with our global transport planning and coordination capabilities, we’re confident that owners and drivers attending the Le Mans Classic will receive the best-in-class logistics.”