Hi vyselegend, I work for Team Modena. We race a DBR9 in the LMS and entry permitting at Le Mans too.
Oh yes I pray for it. The Aston is so sexy! It really brings something to see its wonderfull shape in the GT1 field.
I'll cheer for you no doubt
After some rumors that Alexander Wurz might drive for Peugeot next year, it is now Frank Montagny who is quoted as making the move from F1. And I have read Olivier Panis will drive for Courage/Oreca. Hey, now I hope Villeneuve's agenda will allow him to come back too.
Minicucci, I have no miracles to propose to you. The obvious way from Canada is by plane, then take a train to Le Mans and finish the travel by taxi (or surely there are shuttles specially for the event, and regular bus going to the track too).
--> So the first step is to know if your flight will land you at Roissy Charles de Gaules airport (airport code is [PARISCDG] I believe) or Orly airport (code is [ORY]). Then you can see the way by metro or bus to the railway station leading to Le Mans (I think it will be "St Lazare" or "Montparnasse").
Anyway trying to make all the schedules to coincide is such a pain that I think you should go to a travel agency and let them plan it all for you.
Feel free to PM me if you need more infos.
And last word, if you choose to follow West's plan for coming, don't drink before and suscribe a solid assurance...