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Speed TV Live Schedule for 2013 Le Mans 24hr Race

Greg Emmerson
Jun 14, 2013

SPEED TV and its SPEED.com website is planning 25 hours of live and continuous coverage of the big race next weekend - the 81st running of the Le Mans 24 Hours in France.

The pre-race show will start on Saturday, June 22 at 8:30am ET (5:30am PT), with the race start one hour later.

In total, 22.5 hours of the race will be shown on SPEED, with a further 2.5 hours online at SPEED.com.

Additionally, the website will have two onboard cameras with Corvette Racing, plus a live feed from General Motors pit lane. The two-screen experience will be at speedtv.com/corvette

SPEED's commentary crew will consist of Bob Varsha and Brian Till, who are anchoring the coverage, with Dorsey Schroeder, Scott Pruett, Darren Law and Calvin Fish provide color commentary throughout the race. On pit road and in the paddock, Jamie Howe, Greg Creamer, Justin Bell and Andrew Marriott will provide reports.

2013 Le Mans 24 Hours coverage

(all times Eastern; subject to change)

Saturday, June 22

  • Le Mans 24 Hours (Start) 8:30am-2pm (SPEED TV)
  • Le Mans 24 Hours 2-4pm (SPEED.com)
  • Le Mans 24 Hours 4pm-7pm (SPEED)
  • Le Mans 24 Hours 7-7:30pm (SPEED.com)
  • Le Mans 24 Hours 7:30pm-Midnight (SPEED)
  • Sunday, June 23

  • Le Mans 24 Hours (Finish) Midnight-9:30am (SPEED)
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