Le Mans is certainly the most intense car race there is. It takes place over 24 hours and continuously, a considerable effort for the drivers and their cars.
It is also one of the most prestigious on the calendar and a fantastic event that motor racing lovers usually love to attend.
Unfortunately, this year, due to the sanitary situation, it will not welcome the public.
On the other hand, even if the Circuit de la Sarthe is reserved for pilots, the race will be broadcast on TV and on the Web.
When does the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2020 take place?
This edition of Le Mans was initially scheduled for the weekend of June 13 and 14. Nevertheless, as explained above, the current Pandemic has given a hard time to all the sports competitions organized this summer.
As a result, the start of the race will finally be launched this Saturday, September 19, at 2:30 p.m., and it will end on Sunday, September 20 at the same time.
The practice sessions have already started since Thursday, September 17.
24 Hours of Le Mans 2020 live on TV
Two-thirds of the race will be broadcast in clear, free of charge, on France 3 with the start and finish, but also a very long stint overnight.
To watch it in full, even from Belgium, it will be available on the Eurosport 2 antenna. To have access to it, you will need to have subscribed to Canal + and the Sport + Pack for € 39.90, with a free trial month.
24 Hours of Le Mans 2020 en streaming
To follow Le Mans in full streaming, you can subscribe to Eurosport Player, at € 9.99 for a monthly subscription and € 69.99 for an annual subscription.
In addition, the official 24 Hours of Le Mans application on iOS and Android also offers you access to live, results and other information for € 9.99.
Without paying you will only enjoy the live timing and some highlights videos.
Watch the 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans from abroad
If you are on the move abroad and don’t want to miss out on this competition, then you can get a VPN.
Thanks to a virtual private network, you can hide your location and browse websites as if you were in your home country (or anywhere in the world).