Eurosport Germany will aim to break a world record in its coverage of this year’s 24 hrs of Le Mans race.
The broadcaster plans to be on air for 26-and-a-half-hours from Saturday 16th June to Sunday 17th June.
Across the rest of Europe, Eurosport will broadcast 38 hours of original programming in the lead up to, and during, the race.
The 24h of Le Mans will be available in over 100 markets and territories across the Eurosport network in Europe and Asia-Pacific region with local on-site commentary teams in English, French, German, Polish and Spanish.
Eurosport will also make in-race highlights and instant replays available via the Eurosport integrated app and Eurosport platforms on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.