The ultimate race day has finally arrived! The 88th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans – round 7 of FIA WEC Season 8 – will get underway at 14h30 CEST with Toyota Gazoo Racing starting from pole position.
Fifty-nine cars (and 177 drivers) will compete for one of the most iconic trophies in motorsport over the next 24 hours. Everything is now in place after the drivers completed the morning warm-up session, with the only thing missing this year being the 250,000 passionate race fans.
Despite the event behind staged closed doors due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, there will be plenty of options for fans to watch the action live from home either on TV or via various digital/OTT platforms.
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— WEC (@FIAWEC) September 19, 2020