Le Mans Classic – How to watch the 10th running live this weekend
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24h Le Mans
After two spectacular races at Le Castellet and Imola, 42 cars will compete in the third round of the 2022 European Le Mans Series – the 4 Hours of Monza – on Sunday 3 July. Italian team Prema Racing will be in the hunt for a third win on the bounce.
A 42-car field comprising 17 LMP2 and 13 LMP3 prototypes and 12 LMGTE entries will line up for the 2022 4 Hours of Monza.
Prema Racing (#9 Oreca 07-Gibson) holds a 23-point lead in the championship over Panis Racing. LMP2 class runners-up at the 24 Hours of Le Mans recently, Lorenzo Colombo and Louis Delétraz will be rejoined by Ferdinand Habsburg in the #9 Oreca. The Panis Racing #65 car will again be in the capable hands of Julien Canal, Nicolas Jamin and Job van Uitert.
In LMP3, championship leaders Malthe Jakobsen, Maurice Smith and Michael Benham will share the wheel of the #17 Ligier JS P320-Nissan at Monza. United Autosports’ #3 Ligier will be looking to cut the 11-point deficit on the Cool Racing entry.
After two races, there is a three-way tie at the top of the LMGTE standings between the #32 Ferrari 488 GTE Evo of Rinaldi Racing and the pair of Aston Martin Vantage AMRs (#69 and #95) fielded by Oman Racing with TF Sport. Race fans can expect an incredible battle in this class.
The 4 Hours of Monza will be held from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 July. To whet your appetite, sit back and enjoy the highlights of the 4 Hours of Imola.