Holy shit! This Ferrari 458 Italia from JMW Motorsport burned like a... like a... like a Ferrari.
While I think Fox or NBC should just stream the 24 Hours of Le Mans live for a full day on their network flagship stations, that isn’t going to happen. Fear not, Americans, as there are other ways to watch.
The No. 2 Audi R18 e-tron quattro, piloted by Marcel Fassler, Andre Lotterer, and Benoit Treluyer took the checkered flag in the world's most grueling endurance race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Congrats to the entire team.
This weekend there was a race in the small French city of Le Mans, featuring some of the greatest racing drivers from all over the world. But for France itself there was one man alone who stood on the shoulders of racing giants before him: Patrick Dempsey. Also known as "McDreamy."
Danish racing driver Allan Simonsen was killed at the 81st 24 Hours of Le Mans today, after his No. 95 Aston Martin spun off the track. He was 34, and this was his seventh time participating in the race.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans hasn't even started and already a Ferrari has crashed. This impact was big enough to break a tire wall and its retaining fence, as well as red flag the practice session.
After his car was clipped by the Ferrari driven by Piergiuseppe Perazzini, Anthony Davidson's Toyota went airborne in a sickening twisting flip before crashing into a safety wall of tires. He was taken to the medical center but appears to be in good condition.
This is driver Allan McNish, from today's 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Somewhat shockingly, he—and all the bystanders—were okay after the crash. The Audi R18, however, was not.