Yeah, sadly not finding any Le Mans livestreams this year. It seems, now that the fans are back at the circuit, everything is being restricted again. Only livestreams I’ve found all need a subscription, a VPN connection, etc.
Two of the Hypercar teams have been running YouTube live onboards from their cars during practice and qualifying, so they may again for the race if you want something to watch inbetween.
Motul show the #708 Glickenhaus Hypercar
Toyota Gazoo do the same for both their #07 and #08 Hypercars
Oh, and yeah also missed all of the IOMTT coverage this year. See from reports that it has been a particularly bad one this year though. Five deaths. British father and son sidecar pair died yesterday (father was on his 20th TT, son his first ), in the same place as a French sidecar pilot died last Saturday. There’s also been two solo racers who lost their lives in separate accidents this year.
I cannot comprehend the bravery, iron balls, and borderline insanity it must take to race the TT.
I’m sure he did a year or two ago. Not sure what or who he’s driving for this year, to be honest. (Other than as a guest driver for the FE team). His brother Sheldon is doing the Kyalami 9 Hour again this year in a GT3 Beemer.
The K9H field for this year is disappointingly small - just 13 entries. Still, a few local entries make a bigger field than Bathurst a few weeks ago. (For the IGTC, they had a lot more other non-series entries.)
While the Ferrari F1 Team wades through its early season challenges, on the other side of the Ferrari facility, the Ferrari WEC Team have had a storming start to celebrate the Ferrari return to the WEC, opening the new season with their new 499P Hypercar taking pole for the season opener - the 1000 Miles of Sebring.
Fuoco claims sensational pole position on Ferrari AF Corse 499P debut at Sebring
Ferrari celebrates its return to the top class of global endurance racing in 50 years as AF Corse Ferrari takes pole for tomorrow’s 1000 Miles of Sebring, the season-opener to this year’s FIA WEC.