Radio Le Mans on Autosport.com

The Le Mans 102 Hours will get the green light on midday on Wednesday 14th June - but not controlled by a steering wheel and gearstick - more a mixing desk and microphone

Radio Le Mans on Autosport.com

The marathon continuous boradcast of Radio Le Mans is the chief English Language point of reference for fans at the 24 Hours, and has rightly become an institution over recent years.

This year, the antics of John Hindaugh and co. can not only be accessed at the site through more traditional means (see below for frequency details) but via the web on Autosport.com.

To access this via Realplayer, click 'here'.

If you do not have Realplayer, the software required to listen to both Radio Le Mans and Radio Autosport, it can be downloaded on the site.

The station, sponsored by GM.com, is presented by legendary Radio Autosport anchorman John Hindaugh, who, with the aid of a phalanx of track spotters and a fridge full of energy drinks, will keep the dedicated fan informed and entertained throughout the race.

He will be joined by Silverstone's battle-hardened GP commentator Ian Titchmarsh, and sidekick Paul Trusswell. Gary Champion and David Addison, Le Mans veterans both, will keep the listener abrest of the action from the pits

The show goes live at midday on Wednesday 14th June, and will run continuously until 6pm on the Sunday of the race (18th June) - a feat of endurance comparable to that of the race itself..

Tune in on 91.2FM at the site, and via the provided links on Autosport.com.

To read Autosport.com's Le Mans preview, click 'here'.

To find out How to Get There, click 'here'.

For Le Mans schedule,
click 'here'.

For Le Mans entry list, click here.


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