SiriusXM to Broadcast 24 Hours of Le Mans Live June 22-23
SiriusXM to offer Radio Le Mans broadcast to U.S. listeners; Fans can hear every minute of the 81st Grand Prix of Endurance live from France
SiriusXM subscribers will hear uninterrupted Radio Le Mans coverage of the race, produced by
The coverage will also feature an hour of pre-race news and analysis starting at
"The 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of the great events of auto racing, testing both the performance of the race cars and the endurance of the drivers and their teams," said
The 24 Hours of Le Mans is the world's oldest and most famous endurance sports car race. Since 1923 it has tested the competitors' skills by requiring them to balance speed with the ability to efficiently run the car for 24 hours straight. The event features four classes of cars — two classes of custom built Le Mans prototypes (LMP1 and LMP2) and two classes of production based Grand Touring cars (GT Endurance Pro and GT Endurance AM). Manufacturers include
In addition to the 24 Hours of Le Mans, SiriusXM broadcasts every
Radio Le Mans is the official English language radio station at the 24 Hours. For more info visit www.radiolemans.com, their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/5508588715/) and follow on Twitter (@radiolemans).
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