Episode #525: 2024 WEC Le Mans 24 Hours Review

24 Hours of Racing… 14 Seconds between Ferrari and Toyota. Welcome back, to Motorsport101.

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The 92nd Running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans did not disappoint, with an all-time classic finish. 62 runners, 14 different marques, 23 Hypercars, and in the end, just 14 seconds covering the winning #50 Ferrari of Miguel Molina, Antonio Fuoco and Nicklas Nielsen taking it all over Jose Maria Lopez, Kamui Kobayashi and Nyck De Vries. 

But how did we get there? Dre Harrison and RJ O’Connell fresh off his trip there with Daily Sports Car break it all down. From the rain taking nearly seven total hours off the runtime, a B-Pillar look at the driving stints, and the controversial direction taken by the stewards as Ferrari may have dodged three bullets in the final two hours, with an Unsafe Release, a small penalty for a spin that ended the #8 Toyota’s race and then a broken door on the 50 that took too long to call in. 

There’s also a look at LMGT3 and LMP2 and a quick chat on Nolan Siegel as it’s announced he’s replacing Theo Pourchaire at McLaren in IndyCar immediately. All that on another Motorsport101!

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