You can follow the whole race live and uninterrupted on the following Social Media Channels:
YouTube: FIA WEC and 24H Le Mans YouTube channels
Facebook: 24H Mans Facebook page
Twitch: Via the official Le Mans Esports Twitch account
FIAWEC and 24H Le Mans websites
FIAWEC and 24H Le Mans official App, the whole race, all completely free of charge
Commentary will feature both Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish as the expert analysts, Lead commentary from Martin Haven and Ben Constanduros plus a pair of expert Esports commentators.
There will also be a live studio show alongside with teams undertaking some of their stints in the Paris Studio, IDEC Sport are involved here with the Paris action featuring new ELMS pitlane reporter Hayley Edmonds.
Available on the FIA WEC App, FIA WEC and 24 Hours of Le Mans Websites and at the link HERE >>
In addition to the Social Media channels listed above, full or partial coverage will also be available as follows:
Pan-Europe, Eurosport will air the first 2.5 hours as it happens on linear channels, a further 2.5 hours in the evening with the final 5 hours also broadcast live.
Eurosport Player will show the 24-hours of racing in its entirety for all customers in Europe as will Motorsport.TV
Eurosport is free to air in Germany and the DACH regions.
France TV’s OTT platform will show 6 hours of the race live.
Sky Italia will show the whole race live as will TV2 in Denmark. RTBF will show a special report in Belgium the day prior to the event. RTBF Auvio will show the race in full. OTT platform ViaPlay will broadcast Le Mans Virtual live across Sweden, Norway and Finland.
The race will also be shown in full on OTT platform, RTL GP in the Netherlands.
Motorsport.TV’s OTT platform will also show the full race live as well as on linear TV in Russia.
ESPN will broadcast 12 hours of the race live on ESPN2, with the full race live via the ESPN app and ESPN.com.
Meanwhile, Discovery Velocity will air the whole race live in Canada plus REV, a 24/7 motorsports network, which will also follow the action live.
ESPN is also distributing the race internationally via its authenticated digital platforms in Spanish-speaking Latin America, Brazil, the Caribbean and Australia and the Pacific Islands.
Asia – Pacific
Across Asia Pacific, Eurosport will broadcast the first 2 hours of the race on linear TV, 2.5 hours in the evening as well as the event’s closing 2 hours.
Fans in Australia can tune into Eurosport with around six hours of the race expected to be shown live.
Sky in New Zealand will air the full 24 hours live.
J Sports in Japan will show the opening and closing 3.5 hours of the race live
In India, Sony Entertainment Television is covering the event
Africa will be covered in a pan-regional deal thanks to SuperSport, which will show the race in its entirety.