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Racing teams must balance the demands of speed with the cars' ability to run for 24 hours without mechanical failure. In the race, 47 of the 61 qualifying cars ran the full duration.
The race is organized by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest ACO and is held on the Circuit de la Sarthe , which is composed of closed public roads and dedicated sections of racing track.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans was frequently part of the World Sportscar Championship from until that series' final season in In , it was a part of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup.
Le Mans inspired hour races around the globe, including at Daytona , Nürburgring , Spa-Francorchamps , and Bathurst. Other races include the Le Mans Classic , a race for historic Le Mans race cars from years past held on the Circuit de la Sarthe, a motorcycle version of the race which is held on the shortened Bugatti version of the same circuit, a kart race 24 Heures Karting , a truck race 24 Heures Camions , and a parody race 24 Hours of LeMons.
Launched when Grand Prix motor racing was the dominant form of motorsport throughout Europe, Le Mans was designed to present a different test.
Instead of focusing on the ability of a car company to build the fastest machines, the 24 Hours of Le Mans would concentrate on the ability of manufacturers to build sporty yet reliable cars.
This encouraged innovation in producing reliable and fuel-efficient vehicles , because endurance racing requires cars that last and spend as little time in the pits as possible.
At the same time, the layout of the track necessitated cars with better aerodynamics and stability at high speeds.
While this was shared with Grand Prix racing, few tracks in Europe had straights of a length comparable to the Mulsanne.
Additionally, because the road is public and thus not as meticulously maintained as permanent racing circuits, racing puts more strain on the parts, increasing the importance of reliability.
The oil crisis in the early s led organizers to adopt a fuel economy formula known as Group C that limited the amount of fuel each car was allowed.
Although it was later abandoned, fuel economy remains important as new fuel sources reduce time spent during pit stops.
Such technological innovations have had a trickle-down effect and can be incorporated into consumer cars. This has also led to faster and more exotic supercars as manufacturers seek to develop faster road cars in order to develop them into even faster GT cars.
Additionally, in recent years hybrid systems flywheel, super-capacitor, battery coupled with both gasoline and diesel have been championed in the LMP category as rules have been changed to their benefit and to further push efficiency.
The race is held in June, leading at times to very hot conditions for drivers, particularly in closed vehicles with poor ventilation; rain is commonly seen.
The race begins in mid-afternoon and finishes the following day at the same hour the race started the previous day.
It also tests endurance, with drivers frequently racing for over two hours before a relief driver can take over during a pit stop while they eat and rest.
Current regulations mandate that three drivers share each competing vehicle. Competing teams race in groups called "classes", or cars of similar specification, while also competing simultaneously for outright placing amongst all classes.
Originally, the race showcased cars as they were sold to the general public, then called "Sports Cars", in contrast with the specialised racing cars used in Grand Prix motor racing.
Over time, the competing vehicles evolved away from their publicly available road car roots, and today the race is made of two overall classes: prototypes, and Grand Touring cars similar to sports cars sold to the public.
These are further broken down into 2 sub-classes each, constructors' prototypes, privateer prototypes and 2 subclasses of GT cars. Competing teams have had a wide variety of organization, ranging from competition departments of road car manufacturers eager to prove the supremacy of their products to professional motor racing teams representing their commercial backers, some of which are also car manufacturers who want to win without paying for their own teams to amateur teams racing as much to compete in the famous race as to claim victory for their commercial partners.
The race was the part of the World Sportscar Championship in every season except of the , - and - seasons, although Le Mans has always had a stronger reputation than the World Championship, and is a round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
The race is also known as a leg of the informal Triple Crown of Motorsport which links Formula One , IndyCar , and sports car racing to represent a career achievement for drivers.
Additionally, it is seen as a leg of the Triple Crown of endurance racing , which links the three largest sports car races together, with 12 Hours of Sebring and 24 Hours of Daytona forming the other legs.
The race has approximately 60 competitors. Each car was required to have at least two seats, but recently cars only need the ability to accommodate a second seat in the cockpit rather than the seat itself.
No more than two doors are allowed; open cockpit cars do not require doors. Since , all cars in the premier LMP1 category must have a roof due to safety concerns, with open-cockpit cars only permitted in the slightly slower LMP2 category.
Although all cars compete at the same time, there are separate classes. A prize is awarded to the winner of each class, and to the overall winner.
The number of classes has varied over the years, but there are now four. LMP1 teams are subject to no such restrictions, however, and their extra power, lower weight and more complex aerodynamics results in much quicker lap times; LMP1 cars are also permitted to use hybrid technology .
Although the top class is the most likely to be the overall winner, lower classes have won on occasion due to better reliability. Originally, there were no rules on the number of drivers of a car, or how long they could drive.
Although almost all teams used two drivers in the early decades, some Le Mans drivers such as Pierre Levegh and Eddie Hall attempted to run the race solo, hoping to save time by not having to change drivers.
This practice was later banned. Until the s, there were teams in which only two drivers competed, but by the end of the decade, the rules were changed to stipulate that at least three drivers must drive each car.
By the s, due to the speeds of the cars and the strain it puts on drivers, additional rules to reduce driver fatigue mandated that drivers could not drive for over minutes over a 6-hour period, and that no one driver could run for over 14 hours total.
With careful management of driver stints, this makes it possible to complete the race with only two drivers as Jeroen Bleekemolen and Cooper MacNeil did in , although the vast majority of teams still continue to use three drivers.
In , the driving time rules were further changed. If necessary, officials may require a drive time limit of 80 minutes of consecutive time behind the wheel, and a minimum minute rest break.
The rule applies only if the air temperature is at least 32 Celsius Although it has been a part of the World Sportscar Championship for most of its existence, the race has had different regulations for safety and competition reasons partly due to its length.
For many decades, cars were required to run at least an hour into the race before they were allowed to refill fluids for the car, such as oil or coolant, with the exception of fuel.
This was an attempt by the ACO to help increase efficiency and reliability. Those who could not last the first hour without having to replace lost fluids risked disqualification.
Another rule unique to Le Mans is that cars must be switched off while they are refuelled in the pits. Not only is this safer and less of a fire hazard, but it is also another test of reliability, as cars with the guaranteed ability to restart many times under race conditions are harder to make.
Another element of this rule is that mechanics are not allowed to work on the car while it is being refuelled other than helping a driver in or out of the car , which has led teams to adapt innovative ways in which to decrease the time of these lengthy pit stops.
Drivers are allowed to get out of the car and be replaced by another driver during refuelling. There are various long-standing traditions at Le Mans, including the waving of the French tricolor to start the race.
This is usually followed by a fly-over featuring jets trailing blue, white and red smoke. A similar flag tradition is the waving of safety flags during the final lap of the race by track marshals, congratulating the winners and other finishers.
Le Mans was the venue for the first televised instance of a winning driver celebrating by spraying champagne instead of drinking it.
Foyt , the two drivers mounted the victory podium and Gurney was handed a magnum of champagne. Gurney shook the bottle and sprayed everyone nearby.
Gurney autographed and gave the bottle of champagne to Life photographer Flip Schulke, who used it as a lamp for years before returning it to Gurney.
The race has been cancelled ten times—in a labour strike during the Great Depression and between and World War II. The race usually takes place on the second weekend of June, with qualifying and practice taking place on the Wednesday and Thursday before the race, following a car inspection on Monday and Tuesday.
Currently, these sessions are held in the evening, with two separate two-hour sessions held each night. Friday serves as a day of rest and a parade of all the drivers through Le Mans is held.
Test days held at the end of April or beginning of May served as a pre-qualification weeding out the slowest cars. However, in the exorbitant cost of transporting cars to and from Le Mans led organizers to move the test day to the first weekend of June.
In fact pre-qualification was eliminated in , meaning that all competitors invited to the test would be allowed into the race. Since the Le Mans Legend races have also been part of the schedule, usually running exhibition races during qualifying days, a few hours prior to the sessions for the Le Mans entrants.
Until , the race started at on Saturday though in , the race started at due to the lateness of the race on the calendar. In and , the start time was moved ahead to due to the conflicting election.
In , the ACO scheduled a start time on Saturday, 17 June in order to maximise television coverage in between the World Cup games. Originally, the car that covered the greatest distance from its starting position was the winner.
This is known to have caught out the Ford team in With a dominant 1—2 lead, the two cars slowed to allow for a photo opportunity at the finish line, with Ken Miles slightly ahead of Bruce McLaren.
However, since McLaren's car had actually started much farther back on the grid than Miles's, McLaren's car had actually covered the greatest distance over the 24 hours.
With the margin of victory determined to be eight metres, McLaren and his co-driver, Chris Amon , were declared the winners. The decision cost Miles and Denny Hulme a victory.
Miles had already won the other two endurance races at Sebring and Daytona. With a win at Le Mans, he would have become not only the first man to win all three, but the first to win them all in the same year.
When two cars finish the same number of laps, their finishing order is determined by the faster overall completion time.
This rule was used in the 24 Hours of Le Mans to determine the race winner, when the top two finishers both completed laps, with only 13 seconds difference between them.
Although "greatest distance run" determines the provisional order of finishers, additional requirements must be met for a car to be classified.
All classification requirements hold except in exceptional circumstances, as determined by the race stewards.
The race traditionally began with what became known as the Le Mans start , in which cars were lined up along the length of the pits. Until , cars were lined up in order of engine capacity, but beginning in qualifying times determined the lineup.
The starting drivers stood on the opposite side of the front stretch. When the French flag dropped to signify the start, the drivers ran across the track, entered and started their cars without assistance, and drove away.
This became a safety issue in the late s when some drivers ignored their safety harnesses, then a recent invention. This led to drivers running the first few laps either improperly harnessed due to attempting to do it while driving or sometimes not even harnessed at all, leading to several deaths when cars were involved in accidents due to the bunched field at the start.
This starting method inspired Porsche to locate the ignition key switch to the left of the steering wheel. In a left-hand drive car, this allowed the driver to use his left hand to start the engine, and his right hand to put the transmission into gear, which in turn shaves off a few tenths of a second.
Another method for speeding up the start was developed by Stirling Moss. His car was waiting with first gear already engaged.
When he jumped in, he switched the starter on without depressing the clutch. The car was immediately jerked forward by the starter motor, but the engine did not start due to low RPM.
After a few seconds of motion, he then pushed the clutch down, allowing the engine to speed up and start while the car was moving.
Feeling this type of start was unsafe, in the race, Jacky Ickx opposed it by walking across the track while his competitors ran.
Although he was nearly hit by a faster competitor's car while walking, Ickx took the time to fasten his safety belts before pulling away.
Privateer John Woolfe died in an accident on the first lap of that race; Ickx won. The traditional Le Mans start was changed for Cars were still lined up along the pit wall, but the drivers were already inside and strapped in.
At the dropping of the French tricolor, the drivers started their engines and drove away. Since , when that method was done away with, a rolling start sometimes known as an Indianapolis start begins the race.
It consists of both permanent track and public roads that are temporarily closed for the race. Since , the track has been extensively modified, mostly for safety reasons, and now is Although it initially entered the town of Le Mans, the track was cut short in order to better protect spectators.
This led to the creation of the Dunlop Curve and Tertre Rouge corners before rejoining the old circuit on the Mulsanne.
To comply with this, two chicanes were added to the 6-kilometre-long 3. The public sections of the track differ from the permanent circuit, especially in comparison with the Bugatti Circuit which is inside the Circuit de la Sarthe.
Due to heavy traffic in the area, the public roads are not as smooth or well kept. They also offer less grip because of the lack of soft-tyre rubber laid down from racing cars, though this only affects the first few laps of the race.
The roads are closed only within a few hours of the practice sessions and the race, before being opened again almost as soon as the race is finished.
Workers have to assemble and dismantle safety barriers every year for the public sections. Originally planned to be a three-year event awarded the Rudge-Whitworth Triennial Cup, with a winner being declared by the car which could go the farthest distance over three consecutive hour races, this idea was abandoned in and overall winners were declared for each single year depending on who covered the farthest distance by the time 24 hours were up.
The early races were dominated by French, British, and Italian drivers, teams, and cars, with Bugatti , Bentley , and Alfa Romeo being the top brands.
Innovations in car design began appearing at the track in the late s, with Bugatti and Alfa Romeo running highly aerodynamic bodywork in order to run down the Mulsanne Straight at faster speeds.
The race was cancelled in due to general strikes in France , and the outbreak of World War II in resulted in a ten-year hiatus.
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