LE MANS is back for another 24-hour classic in the heart of France.
Fernando Alonso, and Toyota Gazoo Racing teammates Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima are among the favourites to win the race following their triumph last year.
When is 24 Hours of Le Mans?
The 87th running of the historic race will start on Saturday, June 15.
It will start at 2pm UK time – that’s 3pm in France.
The race will finish at the same time on Sunday, June 16.
Circuit de la Sarthe will host the race in the city of Le Mans.
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What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
Le Mans 24 Hours will be shown live on Eurosport 1, with live coverage of the race underway from 1.45pm.
You can live stream this on Sky Go and Virgin TV Go.
The action will also be online via the Eurosport Player, with passes available from £4.99 a month.
What is the race schedule?
- Final Practice: Wednesday, June 12 (3pm)
- Qualifying 1: Wednesday, June 12 (9pm)
- Qualifying 2: Thursday, June 13 (6pm)
- Qualifying 3: Thursday, June 13 (9pm)
- Warm up: Saturday, June 15 (8am)
- Race: Saturday, June 15 (2pm)
LMP1 class only
- Toyota Gazoo Racing – Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi, Jose Maria Lopez
- Toyota Gazoo Racing – Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi, Kazuki Nakajima
- SMP Racing – Egor Orudzhev, Stephane Sarrazin, Sergey Sirotkin
- Rebellion Racing – Nathanael Berthon, Thomas Laurent, Gustavo Menezes
- SMP Racing – Mikhail Aleshin, Vitaly Petrov, Stoffel Vandoorne
- Rebellion Racing – Neel Jani, Andre Lotterer, Bruno Senna
- DragonSpeed – Ben Hanley, Henrik Hedman, Renger van der Zande
- ByKolles Racing Team – Tom Dillmann, Paolo Ruberti, Oliver Webb