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2013 24 Hours of Le Mans Live Coverage!


We’ve got live coverage of the 2013 24 Hours of Le Mans digital grid. We’ve aggregated all the teams, drivers, and commentary into one handy pane of glass for you to keep up with the race. We’ll be live with our commentary starting the morning of the race, but we’ve started this feed to catch up with the media and posts from Le Mans. Enjoy!

LIVE COVERAGE: 2012 24 Hours of Le Mans

We will be doing real-time flag to flag coverage of the 24 Hours of Le Mans on Twitter @SpeedSportLife , or you can follow along here with our Cover It Live widget.  Don’t forget to download the 2012 Le Mans Spotters Guide from SimRaceway.com.

In our opinion the best place to listen to the broadcast of the race is RadioLemans which offers a live stream worldwide, flag to flag. These guys are the best motorsport commentators out there and do an incredible job covering the race year after year.  Live timing of the race can be found on the Lemans.org website at http://live.lemans-tv.com/en/.

For those of you who are in the U.S., the race will be aired on SPEED.  While SPEED is doing flag to flag coverage, they will be alternating between a live TV broadcast and streaming video on their website for the hours they go off-air on TV.  Their schedule is as follows:

STREAMING FEEDS: 

 SPEED 

Drive will also be doing a live stream on their YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/drive

Audi.TV

FIA/WEC Official Channel

TELEVISION: SPEED: Saturday 8:30am EDT

We like to be social and interactive during the race so please drop us a line in the comments or via twitter.   Let us know who you are cheering for and feel free to make jokes at our expense while watching.

Live Coverage – 2012 12 Hours of Sebring

It’s race day from Sebring International Raceway for the 60th Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring and we’re excited to kick off the ALMS/WEC season with our live coverage from the track.

If you are in the U.S., you’ll be able to watch on the big screen with the ESPN3 app on your Xbox360, or online with your computer starting at 10:30am EDT.  The same stream with a lower quality will also be available on Americanlemans.com (apparently ONLY if you are not in the U.S.) and FIAWEC.com.   Audi.tv will be providing live feeds and telemetry from the 3 Audi R18 TDIs during the race.  Radio LeMans will also be providing flag to flag coverage with their fantastic streaming audio commentary.  Live timing for the race is available at scoring.alms.com.

For those of you who wish to complement your TV/Radio coverage with some additional information, we’ve put together some of the key twitter feeds covering the race, including several of the race teams and media outlets who will be doing flag to flag coverage.  Of course, the Speed:Sport:Life team of Nick Salvatore and Zerin Dube will also be tweeting the entire 12 Hours of Sebring as well as some photography from the track throughout the day from Andrew Trahan.  Follow us on twitter at @speedsportlife.

To help you get started for the race, the full grid and their qualifying times can be found here, and make sure you’ve downloaded the Sebring Spotters Guides from Andy Blackmore here.

There will be 64 cars starting the race, so find your favorites and follow along with us.  The Cover It Live application below allows for an interactive experience, so feel free to drop us any questions or comments in the text box provided.  Enjoy!

Dumas Sets Fastest Lap Time in Monday Petit Le Mans Testing

Photo: Audi Sport File Photo

 

The second full day of testing ahead of the 14th annual Petit Le Mans was held yesterday during a four hour testing session.  Romain Dumas set the fastest time of the session during his second to last lap in the #1 Audi Sport Team Joest R18 TDI with a lap time of 1:08.394.

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LIVE COVERAGE: 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans

2011 24 Hours of Le Mans Live Coverage

We will be doing real-time flag to flag coverage of the 24 Hours of Le Mans on Twitter under our new live motorsports coverage account, @SpeedSportLive , or you can follow along here with our Cover It Live widget.  Don’t forget to download the 2011 Le Mans Spotters Guide from Spotterguides.com

In our opinion the best place to listen to the broadcast of the race is RadioLemans which offers a live stream worldwide, flag to flag. These guys are the best motorsport commentators out there and do an incredible job covering the race year after year.  Live timing of the race can be found on the Lemans.org website at http://www.lemans.org/en/races/24h-du-mans/live-2011/live-timing.html

For those of you who are in the U.S., the race will be aired on SPEED.  While SPEED is doing flag to flag coverage, they will be alternating between a live TV broadcast and streaming video on their website for the hours they go off-air on TV.  Their schedule is as follows:

STREAMING: Click Here To Watch (SPEED.com: Saturday 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. ET; 8-11 p.m. ET)

TELEVISION: SPEED: Saturday 8:30-11:30 a.m. ET; 3:30-8 p.m. ET; 11 p.m.-9:30 a.m. ET (Saturday p.m. through Sunday a.m.).

AudiSport also has announced that they will be delivering a full live stream of the entire 24 Hours of Le Mans via the internet, complete with in-car telemetry.  The Audi Live Racing site will also offer a summary of the race every two hours, as well as commentary by former Audi Sport driver Emanuele Pirro.   The live feed can be found at http://www.audi-microsites.com/lemans

We like to be social and interactive during the race so please drop us a line in the comments or via twitter.   Let us know who you are cheering for and feel free to make jokes at our expense while watching.