24 Hours of Le Mans: Your Guide to All of the Action
24 Hours of Le Mans is nearly 24 hours away! Check out Rennlist‘s manual on how to catch all of the action on TV, web, radio and in print.
As the world watches, the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans race will kick off in France on June 17. And, of course, some of the world’s fastest Porches will be there to dominate the track and possibly take home the glory. Don’t miss a minute of the high-octane action by checking out Rennlist‘s look at where and how to catch the event on virtually any modern-day media platform.
FOX Sports is your key source for catching 24 Hours of Le Mans on cable TV via FS1 and FS2. Plus, streaming is available on the FOX Sports app.
FOX Sports Schedule – June 17-18:
- FS2: 8:30-11 a.m. (EST)
- FS1: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
- FS2: 2-4:30 p.m.
- FS2: 6-6:30 p.m.
- FS2: 7-7:30 p.m.
- FS2: 10:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m.
- FS1: 2:30-7 a.m.
- FS2: 7-9:30 a.m.
Hosts Bob Varsha and Brian Till will kick off around-the-clock, multi-platform coverage beginning on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. ET.
Le Mans expert Brad Kettler will be making his broadcast booth debut with FOX Sports, serving as a race analyst for the 10-person on-air team. Tommy Kendall, Calvin Fish, and Jamie Howe will also serve as race analysts, with Justin Bell and Andrew Marriott reporting from the pits at the 8.47-mile Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans. Sam Posey is returning with his signature vignettes and Racer magazine’s Marshall Pruett will also provide insight.
Related: On to Le Mans: Porsche Prepares to Dominate on the Track
Stay on track with 24 Hours of Le Mans via the race’s official social networks:
24 Hours of Le Mans on Twitter
Porsche on Twitter
24 Hours of Le Mans on Facebook
Porsche on Facebook
24 Hours of Le Mans on Instagram
Porsche on Instagram
Also: @bobvarsha, @calvinfish, @justinbelltv, @briantill19, @Pitlaneandy, @TommyKendall11, @scottpruett01, @24HoursofLeMans, #LeMans24h, @FS1, @SPEED
On the Radio:
Preliminary coverage has already kicked off on Radio Le Mans, which is featuring exclusive driver interviews; racing stats and predictions; coverage of Le Mans history; trends forecasting; and much more.
The official radio broadcast of the iconic race, Radio Le Mans’ comprehensive coverage is reaching an even wider global audience this year with the addition of XM channel 201 and Sirius channel 138.
Visit the station’s website to access a desktop radio player and listen live right now.
Additionally, the beta site Tune In is also broadcasting around-the-clock coverage that has already begun. Check it out here.
Related: 24 Fascinating Facts about Porsche & 24 Hours of Le Mans
If you’re the type who relied on Cliff’s Notes to get through high school English class, then you’re gonna want to steer your attention over to the 2017 Dunlop Le Mans Spotter Guide. Graphic designer and race enthusiast Andy Blackmore of Andy Blackmore Design has put together another comprehensive infographic that lays out everything you need to know about all of the competing cars and their drivers. Plus, the download is free! What more can you ask for?