The iconic 24 hours of Le Mans takes place this week with live TV coverage on Eurosport.
This year marks the 84th edition of the world’s oldest and most famous endurance race and the grid looks stronger than ever in 2016, with ex-F1 drivers, Mark Webber, Anthony Davidson and Sebastien Buemi all set to compete.
Last year’s race saw Porsche secure their first victory since 1998 with a one-two finish. British driver Nick Tandy, Germany’s Nico Hulkenberg and Earl Bamber of New Zealand won in the number 19 car.
Britain’s most successful Olympian ever, Chris Hoy, joins compatriot Michael Munemann and Frenchman Andrea Pizzitola in the Ligier JS P2-Nissan car to race for the Algarve Pro Racing team.
Wednesday 15 June
3.00pm LIVE practice on Eurosport 2
8.30pm LIVE qualifying on Eurosport 2
Thursday 16 June
8.30pm LIVE qualifying on Eurosport 1
Saturday 18 June
1.15pm LIVE Le Mans 24 Minutes on Eurosport 1
1.45pm LIVE race on Eurosport 1
8.00pm LIVE Le Mans 24 Minutes on Eurosport 1
8.00pm LIVE race on Eurosport 2
8.30pm LIVE race coverage on British Eurosport 1
Sunday 19 June
7.00am LIVE Le Mans 24 Minutes on Eurosport 1
7.30am LIVE race on Eurosport 2
8.00am LIVE race coverage on Eurosport 1
2.15pm LIVE Le Mans 24 Minutes on Eurosport 1
The Le Mans 24 Hours race is one of the most prestigious automobile races in the world, held at the Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans, France. Since the race’s introduction in 1923, Porsche have triumphed the most with 16 wins.
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