French TV channel La Chaîne L'Equipe is now the new free to air french broadcaster for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The race will be broadcast live on La Chaîne L'Equipe starting at 13:30 on Saturday 21 August until 18:45, then again from 21:10 to 02:00. Coverage will continue on Sunday from 06:00 to 17:30.
The whole race will also be broadcast live on Eurosport France. On Wednesday 18 August, Qualifying will be on from 18:45 to 20:10 and Free Practice 2 will be shown from 21:50 to 00:10. On Thursday 19 August, viewers will be able to watch Free Practice 3 from 13:50 to 17:10, Hyperpole from 20:50 to 21:45 and Free Practice 4 from 21:45 to 00:10. On Saturday 21 August, the warm-up will be televised from 09:15 to 10:00. There will then be live coverage of the entire 24-hour race.
International coverage will be provided on Eurosport Pan Europe, RTL Nitro in Germany, as well as by TV2 Denmark, Viasat, RTBF Belgium, Viasat, RTL Netherlands and RTL Luxembourg, among others. Further afield, see Fox Latin for South America, Motortrend for the whole race in the USA, and Velocity and Discovery in Canada. Full coverage via J Sports in Japan and Tencent in China, as well as Sky New-Zealand in the Pacific. The PanAfrique will be provided by SuperSport. More than 196 countries and territories will broadcast the race!
See the full broadcasting schedule.
The Endurance Racing Legends race (10:15–11:00) and Road to Le Mans event (12:15–13 h 10) will be shown on these YouTube channels:
The L’Equipe TV channel will also feature these two races from 09:45 onwards.
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