24 Hours of Le Mans 2020: Schedule, TV details, entry list, dates, tickets, circuit, race info
All the key info ahead of 24 Hours of Le Mans 2020 as the drivers prepare for one of the most exciting events in the motorsport calendar. Which team is going to be victorious, and what to make of the entry list, track and race info? Will Toyota Gazoo Racing triumph again at Circuit de la Sarthe?
Race winners Fernando Alonso of Spain and Toyota Gazoo Racing, Sebastien Buemi of Switzerland and Toyota Gazoo Racing and Kazuki Nakajima of Japan and Toyota Gazoo Racing celebrate on the podium during the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 16, 2019
Unfortunately, the historic annual race will go ahead this year without spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
It will be quite a change from 12 months ago, when 250,000 fans crammed in to watch the cult event.
ACO president Pierre Fillon said: "We have looked at many ways in which we could hold our event with fans present, albeit in limited numbers.
"However, given the constraints involved in organising a festival-scale event over several days in the current situation, we have opted with the local government authorities to hold the race behind closed doors.
"There were still too many question-marks regarding health and safety. We know that our fans will be as disappointed as we are by this decision but, with public health in the balance, it really wasn’t a difficult call to make."