Le Mans 2020

Le Mans 2020: Head of Editorial for Motor Trend Group, Ed Loh joins Dane Neal to talk 24 hours of Le Mans and excitement leading up to the 88th running of this historic race. Here is you Know How To Watch 24 Hours Le Mans 2020 Live Streaming, Start Times, TV Channel and More.

A huge crowd of 250,000 enthusiastic spectators would normally be trackside, but motorsports fans will nevertheless be grateful that the event is taking place at all, with strong rumours earlier in the year that the 2020 edition of the race was set to be scrapped.

When is 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2020?
Le Mans 24 Hour 2020 takes place as ever on the Circuit de la Sarthe circuit in France, and the runs between 2.30pm CET local time (1.30pm BST UK time) on Saturday, September 19 until 2.30pm CET / 1.30pm BST on Sunday, September 20.

Where is 24 Hours of Le Mans?
24 Hours of Le Mans takes place at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. The 8.467 mile-long track will be traversed by some of the biggest names in endurance racing as they seek to claim the crown.

How to watch
British race fans can watch the race on Eurosport, who will broadcast every practice and qualifying session apart from the opening practice, as well as the entire 24 hours of the race itself through the night.

MotorTrend once again has exclusive broadcast rights to Le Mans in the States. The TV channel and its app will be offering full live 24 hour coverage, so you’ll be able to enjoy the action via your laptop, mobile app or tablet.

If you want to watch the 2020 Le Mans 24, you’ll likely run into problems accessing your preferred motorsports live if you’re away from home. This is because of geo-blocking restrictions, but we’re pleased to say we can offer assistance in the form of a software recommendation – a VPN or Virtual Private Network being the only bit of kit you need to free yourself from such galling digital borders.

For UK residents, Eurosport is once again the place to be for watching the Le Man 24 hour live and in its entirety. Live coverage starts on Eurosport 1 with the warm-up session at 9.30am BST on Saturday, with the main race starting at 1.30pm BST.

Australia is getting Le Mans 2020 via Eurosport too. That means it can be watched via the Eurosport website or through the app or, of course, via a broadcaster that offers the channel. The start time will be 10.30pm on Saturday night in the AEST time zone.

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