On 7th and 8th July, Le Mans Classic will be given free never-before-seen video coverage by 16 cameras that will broadcast for 16 hours – 12 races to be followed live and in full on lemansclassic.com.
In 2016, live broadcasting attracted more than 300 000 surfers all over the world. Thanks to this success Le Mans Classic has reinforced its video coverage by increasing the number of cameras around the circuit to cover the whole of the 13,626-km layout. These images broadcast live and free on internet will be brought to viewers by B-Side, Peter Auto’s video partner since 2014, and AMP Visual TV that has been creating the images of the Le Mans 24 Hours since 2006.
Bruce Jones, Jim Roller and Martin Haven will provide the English commentary and French-speaking will kept abreast of the unfolding developments Marc Minari and Gilles Della Posta.
SATURDAY 7 JULY (PARIS TIME)
|10:15||–||11:15||Jaguar Classic Challenge|
|11:15||–||12:30||Group C Racing|
|14:25||–||15:25||Porsche Classic Race Le Mans|
|15:25||–||15:50||Little Big Mans|
|15:50||–||17:20||Grid 1, race 1|
|17:20||–||18:50||Grid 2, race 1|
|18:50||–||20:20||Grid 3, race 1|
|20:20||–||21:50||Grid 4, race 1|
SUNDAY 8 JULY (PARIS TIME)
|09:30||–||10:50||Grid 2, race 3|
|10:50||–||12:10||Grid 3, race 3|
|12:10||–||14:00||Grid 4, race 3|
|14:00||–||15:20||Grid 5, race 3|
|15:20||–||16:10||Grid 6, race 3|
For the North American territory, MotorTrend.com channel will be the Le Mans Classic official broadcaster