Last stopped in that exact same position in 2019 to take in the atmosphere, marvel at the thought of the sweeps in a 512 or 917, plus if course to remember poor old John Woolfe.
The house opposite the famed Martini hoarded roof has I seem to remember gone, the road sweeps left slightly heading north to run behind the west side of the pit straight, then past the main entrance and museum, past the doors to the circuit pub, up the hill with reserve rouge car park on the west and general car park to the east.
The road, very busy in race week obviously, carries on North past the cemetery,through an area of social housing and meets the peripherique sud .
The Porsche curves were new early seventies,think it was 72 bypassing Maison Blanche.
The great thing about LM ,apart from the bargain entry price is the ability to get around most of the circuit during practice and the race,apart from the Mulsanne/Hunaudieres.
Thing to remember is that Hollywood always uses a little artistic license, to get to the circuit and Place Jacobin I'm pretty sure Steve comes from different directions, but that shot at Maison Blanche where he gets out of the car, keeps totally still and the camera circles around him is a classic.