This weekend is the 83rd time since 1923 that the French town of Le Mans shuts down some of its public roads and turns them into the legendary circuit known as Circuit de la Sarthe. Here are the best moments from the previous 82 races.
Freddie Hunt on his first 24-hour race, the final showdown in F1 and recreating 'Rush' as a - literally - next-generation documentary.
NASCAR has recently announced its new rule package for 2015, which - among many - includes rain tires and all sorts of accessories to be deployed in case of wet conditions at road courses. Sounds great on the surface, but the ultimate question is: why?
Tragedy never looked so good. The 1955 Le Mans 24 Hours has been the darkest ever day of all of motorsports, and British Pathé was there to film it all for the ever-wider silver screen in Cinemascope.
New regulations, new teams, new drivers, yet not unconvnentional results at the 2014 edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours. Former LMP1 race engineer and current designer gets an insight of what happened this year and what to look out for next year.
The higly anticipated 2014 edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours proved to be a killer one -even before the race started - with the new, Group C-like regulations and two, very much able teams running for Audi's throne. Here are the 24 words that describe the weekend, in alphabetical order.
[Apparently, it's only been absolutely FORBIDDEN to turn everything in the paddock into a giant fireball since 1998 at Le Mans.]
While Travis filled up the R8 with another billion gallons of Mother Nature's tears, the gas station's cute dog remained vastly unimpressed with its Sepang Blue paint job...
Claude Lelouch's highly acclaimed "Un Homme et une Femme" from 1966 tells the story of (watch this space) a man and a woman falling in love. A romantic film that would be the best movie on racing ever if it was an action flick.
Nicolas Perrin is a busy man. When he's not designing his LMP1-H car for the World Endurance Championship, he's explaining why he is doing it. He does it for your enjoyment anyway. Tech geeks, unite, it's a long one!
There are many (in)famous tracks in the world every gearhead wants to give a try. Some of them are virtually locked away, for some you have to pay for, but a few are just plain public roads. Here's the best known one.