Eurosport has revealed that it will show 38 hours of original programming in the lead up to, and during, the 24 hours of Le Mans race.
With this year’s race featuring motorsport icons Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button and Juan Pablo Montoya, Eurosport’s build-up will include the latest news, views and interviews in Le Mans Extra as well as every practice and qualifying session live.
Eurosport Germany, meanwhile, is set to break the world record for the longest live broadcast of a single sporting event with 26-and-a-half hours of continuous coverage from June 16th through to June 17th.
Emir Osmanbegovic, SVP Sports Content and Production at Eurosport, said: “With its prestige and incredible history, Le Mans remains one of the highlights on the sporting calendar and we’re incredibly excited to deliver an unrivalled program of activity which showcases the very best of Eurosport. “We have the best build-up, the best experts and the best innovations. In short, Eurosport has every corner covered in 2018.”