24 Hours of Le Mans LIVE - Ferrari and Porsche battle for the lead - Eurosport

Le Mans 2024

Le Mans Race At FIA WEC - 24 Hours

Ferrari Revs Up At 18:55 #50

Once again, the #50 Ferrari and the #5 Porsche are competing, with Molina emerging victorious. This time, however, it is only for fifth place. The Ferrari swiftly accelerates and leaves the Porsche behind.

Box Leader At 6:49 PM

Now, the top Ferrari with number 83 has come to a halt. However, it quickly got back on track and is still leading the race in position one.

Rossi Races In GT3 At 18:47

A swift look at the LMGT3 category and we can spot Valentino Rossi steering the #46 vehicle. His squad is presently in the second place.

The #5 Porsche has just entered the pit lane. They are also planning to switch drivers and Matt Campbell will take over. The Porsche will rejoin the race in sixth place among the other drivers.

The #50 Ferrari enters the pit stop area and undergoes a change of driver as Miguel Molina takes over. After the swap, they re-enter the race in seventh place.

Top 3 Predicted To Make Pit Stops Soon

It is anticipated that the leading three vehicles will be running low on fuel and, according to their written statistics, are expected to arrive shortly.

The #50 Ferrari, driven by Fuoco, overtakes Christensen in the #5 Porsche to take the second place.

Our course is now free and we have resumed our race.

Race Update: Full Course Yellow Deployed Again At 18:35

A new full course yellow has been initiated. It's not clear why, but it's probably to remove any debris or marks from a previous accident that could make the track dangerous.

The Battle For Second Place At 6:30 PM

The Ferrari with the number 83 is currently enjoying a lead of roughly 21 seconds. However, the competition is getting more intense for the second place. Fuoco driving the Ferrari with the number 50 is slowly but surely catching up to the Porsche with the number 5.

The yellow flags have been removed and now we can continue with our race.

The race car identified as #34 in the LMP2 category has come back to the pit stop area due to the absence of its left front wheel, most probably caused by the Full Course Yellow (FCY) situation.

"Race Alert: Full Course Yellow At 18:25"

The race has encountered its initial full course yellow, but we are uncertain of the cause.

In the meantime, it seems like the rainfall has ceased once more.

The precipitation is currently present, but it is not heavy at the moment.

No Rain Yet: The Wait Continues

At present, it is generally agreed upon that rainfall might occur shortly, but there is indecision about its intensity. The majority of teams anticipate that they will remain on slick tires.

The Ferrari with number 51 has arrived and only refueled, there were no tire changes. The Toyota with number 8, the Porsche from Jota with number 12 and also the Porsche with number 6 have all entered for a pit stop.

Toyota Takes The Lead At 18:08

The Toyota in eighth place, driven by Buemi, has taken advantage of its decreasing fuel levels, caught up with the first place Ferrari in position 83, and is now in the lead. However, they will have to stop for refueling soon while the Ferrari has already made their routine pit stop.

"Rain Expected In 7 Minutes At 6:05 PM"

There are predictions of upcoming rainfall. The general agreement is that it won't be too severe.

Box Leader At 6:03 PM

The top Ferrari #83 made a pit stop according to regular procedures and returned to the race track while still maintaining the first position.

3-Hour Wait Over: Order Now At 6 PM

Top 5 Porsche Models At 5:59 PM

The Porsche in position 5 has also returned to the pit stop. After rejoining, they're now in third place, and the Toyota in slot 8 moved up to second.

"Ferrari Pits At 17:56 - #50"

The #50 Ferrari just entered the pit lane from the third position. The pit stop included refueling the car, but they did not change their tires.

BMW Returns To Track: 17:55 #20

Excellent work done by the #20 BMW team as they managed to fix the car which had collided with the barrier due to Frijns' mistake and got it back on the race track.

Busy Pit Lane At 17:51 Again

It's time for the next round of pit stops and both the #35 Alpine and the #2 Cadillac are heading in.

Largest Lead Achieved At 5:45 PM

Shwartzman is making progress in the #83 Ferrari, leading the rest by 21 seconds, the largest gap observed during the race till now, compared to the #5 Porsche, which is being driven by Christensen. The #50 Ferrari is trailing behind by roughly 20 seconds.

The Fight For 15th And 9th Place At 5:41 PM

The ongoing race on the track that's causing the most excitement is the one for the 15th spot. Jack Aitken is driving the #311 Cadillac and is following closely behind the #93 Peugeot, patiently waiting for an opportunity to make a move.

In a similar fashion, there's a competition for the P10 spot featuring ex-Formula One racers Romain Grosjean and Kamui Kobayashi.

No Rain Today

It seems like the predicted mild rainfall didn't occur and has avoided affecting the race track.

BMW Hits Pit Stop At 17:31 #20

Frijns manages to take his BMW carefully to the pits and then he is pushed into the garage. Therefore, the #20 crew can continue competing in the race.

Now that most of the stops are completed, here is the order in which you will be running:

Lots Of Breaks On The Way

Several areas with slower speeds are causing several hypercar teams to make pit stops. These include the Ferrari with the number 51, the Porsche from Jota with the number 12, and the Toyota with the number 8.

BMW Crashes Into Barrier At 17:23 #20

Robin Frijns collided with the kerbs, leading to him hitting the barrier at the last corner. As a result, there is a slow zone in action, and the race track needs cleaning up. Surprisingly, Frijns was able to move his car despite the accident. However, it appears that he has a flat tire, and he will need to complete an entire lap as he went beyond the pit entry when he had the collision.

"Expect Rain In 15 Minutes"

We anticipate that the upcoming rainfall will arrive in approximately 15 minutes, however, it is predicted to be a mild one.

Retaining The Top Spot: 17:18 #83

The Ferrari with the number 83 is still in first place and is seven seconds ahead of the Porsche with the number 5. The Ferrari with the number 50 is following, but is another 20 seconds behind.

"Down In The Dumps: Pit Stop #83"

Kubica is now entering the pit area, signifying the completion of his driving shift. Robert Shwartzman will now assume control of the vehicle.

Slow Zone Returns At 17:11

Once more, the LMGT3 category has seen an event that resulted in the yellow flag being displayed.

50th In The Racing Pit At 5:09 PM

The number 50 Ferrari just made a pit stop. They refueled the car, changed to soft tires, and switched out the driver for Antonio Fuoco.

"Upcoming Pit Stops At 5:07 PM"

The vehicles that chose not to come in earlier will have to make a stop very soon to refuel; the #12 Jota Porsche is starting the next round of pit stops.

"Mastering Tire Strategies In A Minute"

At the moment, the cars that chose not to switch to wet tires are enjoying about a one-second lead over the ones that did. Ferrari made a smart decision with their strategy and it paid off.

Order In Two Hours At 5:00 PM

"Ferrari Takes The Lead At 16:59 #50"

With the ongoing drying of the track, Nielsen takes over from Kubica and reclaims the lead by driving the #50 Ferrari.

"Examining Tire Tactics: Insights"

As the rain started to ease up, it appeared that taking a risk with gambling and sticking with slicks was the preferable tactic. Although the wet tires were faster for a brief period, they were not the safest option. Besides, the rain did not intensify enough to make switching tires worth the time lost.

Switching To Slicks At 4:56 PM

The Toyota with the number 8 on it has received a larger amount of fuel and has been equipped with smooth and sleek tyres. Additionally, the Ferrari bearing the number 51 on it has also exchanged its tyres for slick ones.

Nielsen is determined to regain the top spot, however, Kubica is currently maintaining their position.

The precipitation seems to be reducing once more and the decision to remain outside appears to have been advantageous.

Top 6 Drivers On Slick Tires At 4:50 PM

The leading 6 drivers are still using tires without much grip.

"6th Position For Porsche At 16:47"

After gaining the lead, Lotterer decides to switch to wet tyres due to the weather conditions. Meanwhile, the Ferraris under the leadership of Kubica (#83) choose to stay out on the track. This appears to be a bold move at the current stage.

Porsche Takes The Lead At 4:45 Pm

In the wet conditions, Lotterer driving the #6 Porsche is doing exceptionally well and has taken the lead from Nielsen who is driving the #50 Ferrari. Unfortunately for Nielsen, things are not going well as he also loses his position to Kubica driving the #83 customer Ferrari.

Keep in mind that all three of them haven't changed to tires with tread.

"Ferrari Dominates Race #51 At 16:44"

The Ferrari with the number 51 arrived for a change of tires while the cars with number 50 and number 83 didn't stop. However, the Porsche with the number 6 also didn't stop and managed to overtake the car with the number 83 and take the lead.

Certain areas of the track are quite wet at the moment.

Ferrari currently has three drivers leading the way with car numbers 51, 50 and 83. But, they are using tires that are suitable for dry conditions and the intensity of the rain is increasing.

Toyota Racing On Full Wet Tires At 16:40

The Toyota with number 8 is arriving and taking a risk by using full wet tyres. Two of the Cadillacs are also doing the same.

"Track Wet: 16:37 Announcement"

The racecourse is now officially soaked, giving the go-ahead to switch to either intermediate or wet tires. However, at the moment, the rain is very light and there are only a few areas where it is pouring. It's not yet crucial to change tires. There's contradictory information regarding whether there will be more intense rainfall in the near future.

Ferrari Accelerates: #50 At 16:36

Nielsen has been instructed to exert pressure and confront the #8 Toyota in order to secure second place.

Ferrari In Good Position At 16:32

Currently, we are witnessing the largest gap between the leading cars with the #51 Ferrari ahead of the #8 Toyota by over seven seconds.

"Pit Stops Determine Order At 16:29"

"Car #6 And #51 Pit Stop At 16:28"

The leading Porsche with the race number 6 and the Ferrari with the number 51, which are inherited by the drivers from the previous race, have made pit stops. A few other cars have also followed suit, indicating that no one wants to take any risks and continue racing until the rain arrives.

There will be a driver switch happening at Posche and Andre Lotterer will be the new driver.

"Downpour In 10 Minutes"

In the next 10 minutes, precipitation is anticipated.

50 Items Ready To Go!

When the leader arrives, their first action is to serve their 10-second penalty. After this, they return to the race in 10th place, without any of their direct competitors having made a pit stop.

JOTA Porsche Makes Early Pit Stop At 16:21

The Porsche ranked #12 unexpectedly makes a pit stop earlier than anticipated. There doesn't appear to be any problems, which suggests they are aiming to disrupt their usual pace.

"Ferrari Maintains Lead At 16:18"

Currently, the Ferrari marked with #50 is still in first place, leading the race in front of the Porsche labeled as #6.

Toyota Moves Ahead At 16:11

Bourdais is improving his performance in the #8 Toyota as he overtakes the #3 Cadillac to secure fourth place.

Ferrari Loses Oil While In The Lead At 16:08

Vanthoor informs his pit crew that the Ferrari in front of him, marked as #50, is leaking oil on the track.

"Pit Lane Update: #94 Car At 16:07"

Here's something fascinating to note - Paul di Resta and the #94 Peugeot are heading towards the pit stop. It's not certain if they're facing some problem or if they're simply trying to get ahead of the game.

"Rolling In: A Look At The 99th Episode's Direction On Wheels"

The Proton Porsche with number 99 is brought back into the pit area once more and seems to be out of action for the time being. Likewise, the BMW with number 20 has made an unexpected stop to the pit.


After the first hour, this is the current ranking:

Confirmed: Unsafe Release At 15:59

It has been determined that the Ferrari in position 50 violated safety regulations during its release, resulting in a mandatory 10-second penalty.

"Cultivating Unity: The Power Of Working Together"

Due to the yellow flag, the front runners had to decrease their pace which allowed the other hypercars to catch up. As a result, there is now only a 17-second gap between the entire field.

Ferrari Back On Top At 15:55

After losing P1 in the pits, Nielsen executes a daring maneuver to pass the #6 Posche and restores the #50 Ferrari back to the front position.

We have resumed our activity with the successful retrieval of the #23.

Race's First Yellow Flag At 15:49

Following Ben Keating's unfortunate incident of getting his #23 LMP2 car stuck in the gravel near the Dunlop curve, a slow zone has been implemented.

"Pause In Progress: Temporary Goodbye"

The Proton Porsche with the number 99 is being taken into the garage area.

Porsche Leads, #51 Loses Time At 15:45

The Porsche car at number six was the fastest to exit the pit stop and managed to take the lead. The Ferrari vehicle at number fifty closely followed behind. However, Giovinazzi, who drove the Ferrari car at number fifty-one, received a penalty for an infraction during their free practice session. As a result, they had to serve a ten-second penalty and ended up at fifth place.

A probable dangerous incident occurred between the #50 Ferrari and #3 Cadillac, which could pose a risk.

Top 14: Inside The Box

The first 4 hypercars have arrived for their initial pit stops. Shortly after, the following 10 in line also make their way to the pit stops.


The upcoming hypercar for customer #311 is the next vehicle to receive maintenance, following the recently serviced #15 BMW that had spun out.

Battle On The Frontline At 3:35 PM

At first, it appeared that the #51 Ferrari was trying to overtake its companion car. However, it was actually Nielsen who missed hitting the correct point to brake at Mulsane, allowing Giovinazzi to pass them. Later, they switched positions again, with the #50 car taking the lead over the #51.

Ferrari Keeps Double Lead At 15:33

Currently, the lead of the race is being held by Ferrari cars numbered #50 and #51, which are situated close together. The third position is held by the #6 Porsche, trailing behind with a gap of two seconds.

The faster cars are already passing the slower ones just under thirty minutes into the race. There have been a few tight moments, but fortunately none of the overtakes have caused any accidents at this point.

Ranking: #15 In The Box – A Closer Look

The #15 BMX suffered some harm and as a result, Wittman made his way to the pits. He received fresh tires as he was wary of a probable puncture caused by the mishap and a complete fuel tank.

"15:20 BMW #15 Involved In Incident"

Marco Wittman had a bit of trouble navigating La Chapelle in his BMW and ended up hitting some barriers. Luckily, he was able to carry on racing despite the setback. However, his seventh place position is no longer achievable due to the delay caused by the incident.

Toyota In Trouble? Early Signs At 15:18

Sébastien Buemi is driving the #8 Toyota car and has moved up to sixth place. However, the cars following the Toyota seem to have some marks on their windshield, which suggests that the Toyota might be leaking oil.

The Italians had a fantastic start and Giovinazzi overtook Vanthoor to secure second place, resulting in two Ferraris leading the race.

"Race Calms At 15:10"

Things were pretty hectic in the beginning, but now they've calmed down. Here's the order in which things will be happening:

"Experience One Lap"

The arena finished the initial cycle without any mishaps.

Nicklas Nielsen is behind the wheel of the #50 Ferrari and has pulled off an impressive move. He started in fifth place but quickly rose to the lead. Laurens Vanthoor is currently piloting the #6 Porsche and is holding on tight to second place. Antonio Giovinazzi is also off to a promising start in the #51 Ferrari, having climbed into third place.

Ferrari Takes The Lead At 3:03 PM

Nicklas Nielsen is highly determined in his #50 Ferrari and quickly grabs the top spot during the first lap.

Zinedine Zidane signals the start of the race and the competitors commence.

The Porsche in the number 6 position is currently leading the race, while the Ferrari in number 50 is making a strong push and moving up to second place right from the start.

Zinedine Zidane has made a great beginning by waving the French flag, known as the Tricolore, to start the race for 2024.

Following the morning showers, the rain has presently ceased. However, there may still be some moist sections on the track. The forecast predicts that there will not be any precipitation for at least the initial hour of racing.

There will be rain showers happening continuously for the next 24 hours.

The high-performance supercars are currently on the racetrack as they prepare for their first lap and are poised for a speedy start.

The subsequent motorists are set to take on the opening part of the race for their individual squads:

For the second seat in the Cadillac Racing team, the chosen driver is Alex Lynn from the Cadillac factory.

The third spot on the Cadillac racing team roster belongs to Sebastien Bourdais, who competes for the official Cadillac factory team.

Number 4 on the list is the Porsche Penske Motorsport team that is endorsed by the Porsche Factory. Their chosen driver is Felipe Nasr.

Number 5 on the Porsche Penske Motorsport team, which is a factory-supported Porsche racing team, is driven by Frederic Makowiecki.

The sixth spot on the Porsche Penske Motorsport team belongs to Laurens Vanthoor from the Porsche Factory. Rewritten: Laurens Vanthoor represents the Porsche Factory as the sixth team member of Porsche Penske Motorsport.

In the seventh position, we have Nyck de Vries from Toyota Gazoo Racing, which is Toyota's factory racing team.

At number 8, we have Toyota Gazoo Racing, which is Toyota's official racing team. The driver for this team is Sebastien Buemi.

Blog post number eleven features Jean-Karl Vernay at the Isotta Fraschini Factory.

Reworked: Coming in at #12, Hertz Team Jota, who run Porsches as their client vehicles, has their fierce Will Stevens onboard in the driver's seat.

Blog section rephrased in simplified English: Number 15, the BMW M Team WRT (BMW Factory) will be represented by Marco Wittman.

The nineteenth entry on this list features the Lamborghini Iron Lynx, which was produced at the Lamborghini Factory and driven by Andrea Caldarelli.

The BMW M Team WRT, represented by Rene Rast, secured the number 20 spot. Rast, who is part of the BMW Factory team, demonstrated exceptional performance in the race.

Blog entry rewritten: The thirty-fifth member of the Alpine Endurance Team, who is a part of the Alpine Factory, is Charles Milesi.

The Alpine Endurance Team, which is also known as the Alpine Factory, has enlisted the services of Nicolas Lapierre. He will be joining the team and participating in endurance races.

Blog Post 38 - Hertz Team Jota (Porsche Customer): Phil Hanson In this blog post, we'll be discussing Phil Hanson, a member of the Hertz Team Jota who competes with a Porsche. Hanson is an impressive racer, and we'll be taking a closer look at his performance on the track. Hertz Team Jota is well-known among racing enthusiasts, especially those familiar with Porsche vehicles. As a Porsche customer, Hanson has access to some of the best racing technology available, which no doubt contributes to his success. When it comes to driving performance, Hanson is a force to be reckoned with. He consistently places highly in races, demonstrating his skill and determination behind the wheel. Racing can be a difficult and dangerous sport, but Hanson makes it look easy with his precision and control on the track. Overall, Hanson is a talented racer who has earned his place among the top Porsche customers in the racing world. We can't wait to see what he'll achieve in future races, and we'll be cheering him on every step of the way!

The Ferrari Factory racing team, Ferrari AF Corse, secured the 50th position on the leaderboard with driver Nicklas Nielsen.

Number 51 from Ferrari AF Corse, which is the Ferrari factory team, is being driven by Antonio Giovinazzi.

At the Lamborghini Factory, the #63 Iron Lynx was driven by Edoardo Mortara.

The 83rd Ferrari AF Corse, also known as the Ferrari Factory, will have Robert Kubica as its driver. Robert Kubica has been announced as the driver for the 83 team of Ferrari AF Corse, which is also referred to as the Ferrari Factory.

Peugeot Factory's number 93 car, driven by Nico Muller, is a participant in the TotalEnergies race.

Peugeot Factory's #94 car, driven by Paul di Resta, is part of the TotalEnergies team.

Ranked at #99, the Porsche customer team Proton Competition was represented by Neel Jani.

The racing team, Whelen Cadillac Racing, assigned the driver Pipo Derani to their Cadillac Customer car, with the number 311.

Rossi Aims For Perfect Debut At Le Mans

Valentino Rossi, a legendary figure in MotoGP, has decided to venture into another aspect of racing after retiring in 2021. He is set to make his Le Mans debut in the GT3 class this year, hoping to achieve a long-cherished dream of winning the race.

He shared with Eurosport that the idea had been on his mind for quite some time, as he began his career with go-kart racing. From a young age of around five or six, he discovered his passion for racing and began pursuing it as a car driver.

I preferred taking the car route because my father Graziano was concerned about motorcycles. He himself had faced numerous accidents and injuries while racing with these two-wheelers, which is why he was afraid of them.

Personally, transitioning from bicycles to automobiles comes more naturally to me. Driving a car is a common, everyday activity that doesn't require being a professional racer. In contrast, riding motorcycles may not be a part of everyone's experience if they are not avid riders. Additionally, in my opinion, to excel in the motorcycle industry, one must begin practicing at a young age.

To give an instance, I conducted an experiment with Lewis [Hamilton] where we traded and I operated the Formula 1 vehicle while he steered my M1. He proved to be quick but as you may know, positioning oneself properly on the seat is a skill that one acquires at a young age. It becomes challenging later on.

I always aimed for the 24 Hours of Le Mans because it's widely regarded as the most renowned race globally. Back when I was into motorcycles, we kept abreast of the 24 Hours of Le Mans while in the paddock. Once you become familiar with the event, you'll be amazed since it demands you to maintain superior speed. My ultimate aspiration is to clinch a win or at least a podium finish.

Schumacher Prepared For New Career Phase

Mick Schumacher, who is new to the Le Mans racing scene, has stated that he is completely devoted to his latest challenge while steering the #36 Alpine.

I am thrilled to be here as a member of Alpine, a highly esteemed French team. We are eagerly anticipating this upcoming occasion and are convinced it will be an exceptional event," expressed the ex-F1 driver.

I'm really enjoying this race and it's my first time experiencing it all. It's great to see how passionate people are about racing. I'm excited to finally get into the race and endure 24 hours on the edge. It's always busy and challenging with traffic, strategy, and making sure you can finish your section. It's a big challenge with so many cars out there and if you're in the wrong place at the wrong time, it could be costly. But that just adds to the excitement and adventure.

To be truthful, I didn't find it very challenging. We had an exam in Jerez that was significantly tougher than this one, in my opinion. I genuinely liked it. It's a new feeling that provides a unique energy. I'm confident that it'll be an interesting race.

Grosjean Excited For Le Mans Comeback At 14:35

For the upcoming 24 hours of Le Mans event, there will be 17 ex-F1 racers participating. One of them is Romain Grosjean who will be driving the #19 Lamborghini. Even though he is excited to take part in this esteemed competition again, he is not getting too ahead of himself and is keeping his hopes realistic.

He mentioned to Eurosport that since it's only the initial year, they must be realistic regarding their anticipations while competing for Lamborghini. Moreover, he stated that Le Mans is an extremely challenging race.

I've had the fortune of participating in many fantastic races throughout my career. However, during the current season, I had a conversation with my wife in which I informed her of my plans to compete in both the Indy 500 and Le Mans with Lamborghin, just three weeks apart. Her response was enthusiastic, and she thought it was a pretty impressive feat.

According to the speaker, the cars in question are a combination of single-seater and GT cars. He emphasized that they are quite weighty, but they also boast substantial downforce from their wings, which makes them similar to single-seater cars. Overall, the speaker finds this hybrid nature of the cars to be enjoyable to drive.

"I'm really looking forward to the race and spending time with the fans throughout the week," he remarked enthusiastically. "Since I reside in the United States, I don't have as many opportunities to interact with French supporters as I would like. Nonetheless, I'm grateful to be here and I plan to make the most of my time with them."

Driving at night poses a challenge due to traffic. This experience differs significantly from my previous endeavors . Nevertheless, I find myself drawn to it. The atmosphere and ambiance are unlike anything I've experienced before.

Hey, I remember my last visit here back in 2010 when we had the GT1 championship. It was a blast! Although we couldn't finish the race due to a technical issue, I enjoyed my time here a lot.

Gasly, an F1 driver, has expressed his desire to participate in the Le Mans race before the conclusion of his career. This has been a long-held dream of his.

Ferrari On Top In Warm-Up At 2:30 PM

Earlier today, the cars participated in a 15-minute warm-up session on the track. The light drizzle made the conditions challenging for the drivers. The #83 Ferrari, driven by Kubica, Shwartzman, and Ye, posted the fastest lap time. The #51 team car, with Pier Guidi, Calado, and Giovinazzi behind the wheel, followed closely behind. The #35 Alpine, driven by Chatin, Habsburg, and Milesi, rounded out the top three finishers. It was not a great day for Toyota, as Nyck de Vries collided with a GT3 car, causing some damage to #7 Toyota. However, the damage should be easy to repair.

Several squads made the decision to skip the pre-game practice.

"Qualifying: What Went Down"

Kevin Estre was the star of the show when he won the Hyperpole victory for Porsche Penske Motorsport. Although Dries Vanthoor had some impressive runs in practice and was expected to take the top spot, he ended up crashing his BMW into the barriers and lost his chance.

Ferrari, the current title holders, secured a spot in fourth place during their qualifying session. Toyota's experience, on the other hand, has been quite disheartening as they didn't make it to the Hyperpole stage.

Brady, an NFL legend, was optimistic about Hertz Team Jota's chances at Le Mans, calling it a "fantastic underdog story."

"Team Line-ups: Who's Playing?"

The 23 factory and customer hypercars will be participating in the race with their respective racing numbers, team names (which includes their manufacturers), and their drivers.

The second entry in the blog highlights the Cadillac Racing team, representing the Cadillac Factory. The drivers for this team are Earl Bamber, Alex Lynn, and Alex Palou.

Blog section rephrased: Today's blog post focuses on the Cadillac Racing team, which is made up of skilled drivers Sebastien Bourdais, Scott Dixon, and Renger van der Zande. These racers are associated with the Cadillac factory and are known for their impressive performances on the track.

Blog post in Simplified English: Number 4 on the list is the Porsche Penske Motorsport, which is also known as the Porsche Factory team. The drivers for this team are Mathieu Jaminet, Felipe Nasr, and Nick Tandy.

The Porsche Penske Motorsport team consisting of Matt Campbell, Michael Christensen, and Frederic Makowiecki is ranked number 5.

Number 6 team in the Porsche Penske Motorsport (which is operated by the Porsche Factory) consists of Kevin Estre, Andre Lotterer and Laurens Vanthoor.

Number 7 team for Toyota Gazoo Racing from the Toyota Factory consists of Kamui Kobayashi, Jose Maria Lopez, and Nyck de Vries.

At number eight, we have the Toyota Gazoo Racing team, which is also known as the Toyota Factory team. The team is made up of three skilled racers: Sebastien Buemi, Brendon Hartley, and Ryo Hirakawa.

Blog section in simplified English: Number 11 on our list highlights the Isotta Fraschini Factory and names three individuals of importance: Carl Bennett, Antonio Serravalle, and Jean-Karl Vernay.

The 12th team in the Hertz lineup is Jota, which is comprised of Callum Ilott, Norman Nato, and Will Stevens. These individuals are part of the Porsche customer team.

In the 15th spot, we have the BMW M Team WRT (which is part of the BMW Factory). The team is made up of Raffaele Marciello, Dries Vanthoor, and Marco Wittman.

Blog Title: Lamborghini Iron Lynx - Stars in the Making The Lamborghini Factory is proud to announce the stellar line-up of Matteo Cairoli, Andrea Caldarelli, and Romain Grosjean for their Lamborghini Iron Lynx team. These racing enthusiasts will undoubtedly set the track ablaze with their unparalleled skill and passion for the sport. As the Lamborghini Brand continues to push the boundaries of innovation and design, it is heartwarming to see a team that embodies those same values. Matteo Cairoli, Andrea Caldarelli, and Romain Grosjean are truly stars in the making, and we can't wait to see them in action. So be sure to keep an eye out for the Lamborghini Iron Lynx team, as they race towards victory and show the world what true passion and innovation can achieve.

In the 20th spot, we have the BMW M Team WRT consisting of Robin Frijns, Rene Rast, and Sheldon van der Linde - all part of the BMW Factory team.

The Alpine Endurance Team, also known as Alpine Factory, consists of three talented racers: Paul-Loup Chatin, Ferdinand Habsburg, and Charles Milesi.

The Alpine Endurance Team (also known as Alpine Factory) consists of Nicolas Lapierre, Mick Schumacher, and Matthieu Vaxiviere.

The Hertz Team Jota, which is made up of Porsche customers, consists of Jenson Button, Phil Hanson, and Oliver Rasmussen.

Blog post about the Ferrari AF Corse team at number 50, consisting of Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina, and Nicklas Nielsen. In this piece, we'll be taking a look at the Ferrari AF Corse crew, who are racing under the team number 50. The trio consists of Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina, and Nicklas Nielsen, all of whom are eager to bring home the trophy. As they gear up for the races, the Ferrari Factory team is working hard to ensure that their cars are in top condition. With the skills of these talented drivers behind the wheel, they're sure to put on an impressive show and give their competitors a run for their money. So keep your eyes peeled for the Ferrari AF Corse team, and watch as they race around the track with speed and precision. With the talent and determination of these drivers, anything is possible.

Blog: AF Corse Ferrari (Ferrari Factory) with James Calado, Antonio Giovinazzi, and Alessandro Pier Guidi as drivers. Article rephrased: In the world of racing, the AF Corse Ferrari (Ferrari Factory) team takes the stage with James Calado, Antonio Giovinazzi, and Alessandro Pier Guidi leading the way. These daredevils have the skill and experience to push the limits of their car and dominate on the track. Watch as they take on the competition and show what it truly means to be a champion.

In the 63rd spot, the Lamborghini Iron Lynx team from the Lamborghini Factory will be represented by Mirko Bortolotti, Daniil Kvyat, and Edoardo Mortara.

The 83rd position belongs to the Ferrari AF Corse team, which hails from the Ferrari factory. The team comprises three skilled drivers: Robert Kubica, Robert Shwartzman, and Yifei Ye.

The Peugeot Factory team, Peugeot TotalEnergies, will be represented by the talented trio of Mikkel Jensen, Nico Muller, and Jean-Eric Vergne in number 93.

Blog Section: The Peugeot Factory's racing team, known as Peugeot TotalEnergies, has drivers Paul di Resta, Loic Duval, and Stoffel Vandoorne.

The Porsche Customer team, Proton Competition, has assigned drivers Julien Andlauer, Neel Jani, and Harry Tincknell the number 99.

Whelen Cadillac Racing (a team of Cadillac customers) will be represented by drivers Jack Aitken, Pipo Derani, and Felipe Drugovich.

Be sure to watch out for Valentino Rossi, a well-known figure in MotoGP, who will be participating in the LMGT3 series driving for the #46 Team WRT BMW with Ahmad Al Harthy and Maxime Martin.

"Manufacturers Competing: Who's In The Game?"

Ferrari, who won last year's championship, are competing with three teams this year. Toyota is also participating with two factory line-ups and is determined to win the title. Porsche is back in the race with six teams, Cadillac is entering three teams, and Peugeot is entering two teams.

Furthermore, the competition this year has been intensified by the participation of BMW, which will be represented by two teams, Lamborghini, which will be represented by two teams as well, and Isotta Fraschini, which will have one team. Additionally, Alpine will also have two teams competing in the event.

The long-lasting contest goes on for a whole day without stopping. The group that covers the maximum distance during the race will win the award.

Every group is comprised of three racers who take turns driving for 24 consecutive hours. None of the drivers is permitted to race for more than a total of 14 hours.

In endurance racing, there exist three main categories of cars namely: Hypercar, LMP2, and LMGT3. The hypercars are the swiftest vehicles among them.

"UK Guide: Watch 24H Le Mans 2024"

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Hello and thank you for tuning into our live text coverage of the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2024. The race is just one hour away from starting and it's known as the biggest race in motorsport. This year, there will be twenty three hypercars participating, seven more than last year, and they represent four additional manufacturers. The teams will be competing at the Circuit de la Sarthe to win the highly sought-after trophy. Ferrari, who won last year's race, have kept the same driver lineup despite the increased competition. Will they be able to defend their title? We'll soon find out!

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