The 2020 Le Mans 24 Hour race will take place on Saturday 19th September.
The 88th staging of the famous endurance race takes place at the Circuit de la Sarthe in France.
The rescheduled Le Mans 24 Hours will be held behind closed doors from 1.30pm UK time.
Ex-Formula 1 drivers Paul di Resta, Bruno Senna and Sebastian Buemi are among a host of top names in the field.
The race will be shown live on Eurosport with live coverage from 10am, Sat 19th on Eurosport 1..
The event will also be streamed live via the Eurosport Player.
Thursday 17 September
09:00 – FREE PRACTICE 1 – 3 hours
13:00 – FREE PRACTICE 2 – 3 hours
16:15 – QUALIFICATION – 45 mins
19:00 – FREE PRACTICE 3 – 4 hours
Friday 18 September
09:00 – FREE PRACTICE 4 – 1 hour
10:30 – HYPERPOLE – 30 mins
Saturday 19 September
09:30 – WARM UP – 15 mins
13:30 – RACE – 24 hours
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