Le Mans 24 hour TV coverage

Want to know how to keep track of the 2010 Le Mans 24 hours? Find out where to do it here

2010 Le Mans 24 hours on TV

If you're in the UK and want to see the Le Mans 24 hours unfold live, then you'll want to get onto Eurosport. Both Eurosport 1 and 2 will be showing the action, though not the full 24 hours - the race will be streamed sporadically, and you can check the timetable for yourself here - http://tv.eurosport.co.uk/. The first hour of the race will be shown, starting at 13:45 UK time.

If you can't be near a TV (or Eurosport) then listen to Radio Le Mans online . Cheery Mackem commentator John Hindhaugh will guide you through the whole race and there'll be guest appearances on air from us lot, too.

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