Round four of the FIA WEC is the big one – the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans, which this year celebrates its 100th anniversary in front of a sell-out crowd of over 300,000 fans.
Scrutineering and the official test day are already complete with race action resuming again from Wednesday 7 June, with Qualifying taking place on Thursday. The flag for the 24-hour race will be waved at 16:00 on Saturday. A total of 62 cars will take part in the Le Mans centenary year, including 37 full-season FIA WEC entrants.
All action from Free Practice, Qualifying, Hyperpole and the all-important 24 hour race will also be shown live on the official FIA WEC TV and 24H LE MANS TV App.