Unfortunately, an increasingly complicated calendar due to work and travel schedules meant that since 2013 we had to scale back our activities a bit. It was that same 2013 when the friends of AutoFM, led by Antonio (yes, the editor of these parts) took the baton of the broadcasts to keep them alive, at least with Le Mans.
This year, how could it be otherwise, we join forces to be more and better. You will be able to follow the 24 Hours of Le Mans with us live, through the original radio streaming in Spanish, 24 hours non-stop, with live interviews with Lucas Ordoñez, Marc Gené, Francesc Corberó (Nissan communication director), with Toyota, Porsche and Audi managers, and with a lot more protagonists.
We will do it from 14:30 on Saturday until 15:30 on Sunday, non-stop. All you have to do is press play on the attached streaming and enjoy it. You have below the free video channel of the ACO to try to follow the race, as well as the "tweet-feed" with the hastag #LM24ES to send us questions and share your comments of the live race.
If the free video feed doesn't seem "worthy" to you, you can follow the race live on EuroSport (€7 for a monthly subscription, click here), or follow it through the official ACO APP, which includes a bunch of on-board cameras, the circuit map, timing and a lot of other details for €10 (click here).
The official Michelin timing system is free and will give you an idea of where each car is at any given moment. You can see it by clicking here.
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