The 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours is very different to previous years, and yet in many ways it’s exactly the same. Toyota are still the class of the field and LMP2 and GTE Pro will provide the most exciting racing. But this year it’s taking place in September and there will be almost 50 per cent more darkness. Here’s why you should tune in, and just how you can do it.
Updated: The ultimate Le Mans 24 2020 guide
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