The big questions over LMDh/LMH parity at Le Mans
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The big questions over LMDh/LMH parity at Le Mans

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, Autosport Engineering columnist

Excitement over the influx of manufacturers to the 2023 Le Mans 24 Hours is understandable. But when balanced against each other, will LMDh and LMH be a short-lived unity?

It’s amazing to see what the ACO has done to bring the Le Mans 24 Hours alive again, with new regulations designed to allow manufacturers to compete with the same car in the World Endurance Championship and IMSA SportsCar Championship. For fans of sportscar racing and people who work in that orbit, it’s exciting to see the interest it has generated with Ferrari joining Toyota, Peugeot, Acura, Porsche and, of course, Audi from 2023.

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Author Lucas Di Grassi