In 2021, the 24 hours of Le Mans also formally called as the 24 Heures du Mans is the 89th running yearly sports car race is officially moved on 21-22 August for the first of its traditional June date due to Cronavirus in the Le Mans history, MotorTrend Network will host the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2021 from Circuit de La Sarthe, Le Mans.
Here is everything you need to know about the 2021 24 Hours of Le Mans Race, TV coverage, schedule, time and more.
What time do the 24 Hours of Le Mans begin?
Fans around the planet can watch the live broadcast of the race. To make sure they do not miss the amazing begin of the opening round of the World Endurance Championship, the live broadcast will start on Saturday at 11:45 pm on Eurosport 2 and will continue for the initial few hours. The last five hours of the race from 7am to the finish line and the awards ceremony.
24 Hours of Le Mans TV coverage & Channel List
Eurosport Frances invites fans to experience the magic of thrill at night. Further to begin of the race, Eurosport 2 will be live broadcast from 7pm Saturday to 12:35 am Sunday. The full race can also be watched live online with French and English commentary on Euro sports digital platform.
Beyond the Eurosport network, 24 Heures Motos will be accessible to viewers around the planet. In France, the FIM EWC channel L Equipe, watch has been broadcasting FIM WEC since 2016, will telecast the race live from 11:30 am, return to the evening and re-broadcast the race from 6:30 am to the podium on Sunday.
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Luxembourg’s RTL Play, Belgium RTBF Auvio, Austria Servus TV, and Slovakia RTVS also provides complete live racing.
In North America, like all other races of the season, the OTT Motortrend platform will have a complete live telecast.
In Japan, J Sports will be telecasting live on Saturdays from 6:45 pm to 10 pm and Sundays from five pm to 7:30 pm.
In NZ, Sky New Zealand will be telecasting the race live.
Motorsport.tv, an international platform, provides fans with the opportunity to watch all live broadcasts of the Americas, Africa and Asia.
The highlights program additional expands the international broadcast of FIM EWC. In Europe, the highlights will be aired on TV3 sports owned by Sky sports in Italy, Motowizja in Poland and the AM Baltics group.
MAV TV will spec highlights in the SuperSport, United States and StarTimes in Africa, Dubai sports in the Middle East, Nippon TV in Japan, Bein Sports in Asia, True Vision in Thailand and Astro in Malaysia.
Amazon prime Can Watch live Le Mans 2021 Race Free?
Yes! Amazon prime users Can watch Le Mans 2021 live race online free.
Those with Amazon prime just need to find the Eurosports player within the sports section or channel, and then subscribe to the seven day free trial. It is not the highest trail, but it will provide you access to all actions this weekend. Do keep in mind to cancel it though, or you will be charged €6.99 per months.