The 24 hours of Le Mans: Legendary Motorsport Event
A battle for the race honours, a test of performance and endurance for both man and machine, the 24 hours of Le Mans has
all the elements of a sports drama.
The Circuit de la Sarthe, the only one of its kind, is the longest race course in the world. Charged with emotions, joy and tears,
the endurance competition reveals all-conquering and fallen heroes after 24 hours. Every year, since 1923, the 24 Hours of Le
Mans* marks a new chapter in the history of automobile.
The race follows a sacrosanct schedule: on Saturday, at 3 p. m., on the dot, the French flag is lowered releasing 60 powerful engines.
All bets are off in a mythical race where only two pilots per team relay each other for 24 hours. Stress, short periods of sleep, players