If you are a big fan of speed and especially interested in cars, then the racing events can’t take place continuously on the planet. Each race has its own characteristics and attractions. Le Mans is one of them. Let’s check out this amazing racing event!
Unlike every other race, Le Mans will spend a weekend in the French countryside to satisfy passionate racers. First organized in 1923 near the town of Le Mans (France), this is a race that challenges the endurance of cars in 24 hours of continuous operation at near maximum capacity.
This award itself includes many different racing cars with certain performance standards. The race of Le Mans (Circuit de la Sarthe) also includes a dedicated racetrack and regular streets. Manufacturers also consider Le Mans to be one of the opportunities to showcase design capabilities, technological capabilities and important fire tests for their “new cuisine.” Recently, Le Mans is also the main playground for the trend of electric cars, hybrid cars, and other clean energy vehicles.
Because of the 24-hour break time, teams can change riders after every 2 hours. If prizes like the Indy 500 take the main criteria of speed, Le Mans is more focused on the strength and effectiveness of each team.
Any vehicle that is no longer able to move (due to failure or running out of fuel) will be immediately removed from the race – no matter how fast it runs. Thus, each team will have to balance the fuel consumption (only fuel after every 2 hours), tire materials, brakes, and many other factors if you want to survive to the end. – not to mention victory. The race will take place regardless of the rainy or sunny weather, day or night. Because of the long race time, Le Mans tour often comes with many other interesting entertainment events.