The 24 Hours of Le Man is the world’s oldest sports race. It is held every year in June. The race is in Le Mans, France. This race is an endurance race, that was established in 1923. This race is considered one of the most elite car races in the entire world. The 24 hours of Le Mans is a part of the triple crown of racing.
It is a combination of track and public roads. These roads will be closed off for the racing. The drivers will normally go up to about 205 mph. Their cars are driven by at least two drivers. This occurs to prevent the drivers from getting tired and fatigued.
Date, Time, TV Schedule
The race is a 24-hour race. The car that covered the most miles in 24 hours, was the winner, originally. Now the race is about how many laps the car makes. The car must cross the finish line after 24 hours have passed.
The race will run over the weekend of June 13th and 14th. The race will begin promptly at 3:00 p.m. The minutes before the race begins are legendary. As the cars line up along the grandstand straight, there is tension in the air. The bands play all of the racers national anthems as well. Adrenaline is pumping and at 3 o’clock, when the green flag is waved, there are 24 hours of excitement and suspense.
On June 14th, it is a tradition to have Mass at the La Chapelle corner. In 1932, this chapel was built inside the circuit, and mass was celebrated during the 24 hours. The chapel was destroyed, then rebuilt in 2011. At 10:30-12:30, there is always a mass on the last race day.
Then at 3:00 p.m., there is the big finish. Spectators flock to the grandstand from the afternoon on. The drivers do not have many laps left at the time, but you never know what can happen. Then the winners come to the finish line, and winners are awarded.
Where can I Watch the Race?
How will the race be covered? Will it be on TV? The race will, in fact, be aired live. Motor Trend will air this race live for 24 hours. Motor Trend is an online live streaming race service. There are no commercials, you can stream on multiple devices, and can cancel at any time.
They are offering a free 14-day trial. If you subscribe, you will pay $4.99 per month. You can get unlimited streaming of all Motor Trend videos with new videos added each day. You can watch anywhere and at any time.
24 Hours of Lemans Live Stream
There are several ways to watch the 24 Hours of Le Mans race live streaming. For UK spectators, the race will be streamed live on Sky TV or Eurosport, and you can use your Eurosport player with monthly subscription packages. This race will be on 100 television networks from all over the world and 32 countries in Europe.
U.S. viewers can watch the race through the Velocity channel. Viewers can also use a VPN to gain access to stream the race live.