In two days’ time, the most important endurance race of the year will take place. Le Mans 2014 will always be remembered as the year Porsche returned to the LMP1 class after a 16-year hiatus. This year the main contenders will be Audi, Porsche and Toyota in the LMP1 class.
However, with nine LMP1 cars, 18 LMP2 cars, nine LM GTE Pro cars and 19 LM GTE AM cars, you may find it a challenge to recognise the respective competitors on track (if you are lucky enough to attend the race) or on TV.
Thankfully SpotterGuides.com has released a spotter’s guide that clearly illustrates each car, driver and includes the necessary circuit data, race times and driver details. Click here to download the PDF.
There are several other ways to stay up to date with Le Mans 2014, before and during the race:
Watch the race from the official website:
You can follow Radio Le Mans in the video below:
Another option is the Nismo Channel on YouTube (below) which will be streaming live video from the Nissan’s Zero RC as well as interviews and footage from cameras dotted all over the circuit.
Audi will also offer a live stream on its website audi-motorsport.com.