The broadcasting line-up for the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual has been revealed, and it features a global reach with over 35 unique television stations or over-the-top broadcast services set to broadcast the race either live or as highlights.
Where to watch the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual
Pan-European broadcaster Eurosport Player will host the race live, accessible for subscribers of the sports service or for those with specific Discovery+ packages. Likewise, MotorTrend+ – now also part of Discovery+ – subscribers in the USA can tune in as the action unfolds.
Motorsport.tv and Motorvision will also broadcast the full race live across Europe. Meanwhile, Singapore’s Singtel will offer delayed coverage.
TVMSports+ in Malta will broadcast a mixture of live streaming and a one-hour highlights show, alongside Motowizja and SportKlub in Poland, Mnet SuperSport pan-Africa, TYC in Mexico, BeIN Sports in Turkey and Mnet SuperSport in South Africa.
Both Sky Deutschland and Magenta TV will broadcast the highlights show in Germany, as will Servus TV in Austria, Garage TV in Spain, Ignition TV in South Africa, Star Sports and Now TV in China, 1Sport in India, Abola in Portugal and Sky New Zealand.
CNBC Europe will show the same highlights across the region.
Traxion and 24 Hours of Le Mans live streams
Alongside the various TV and OTT, you can watch the full race live on the Traxion.GG YouTube and Twitch channels, alongside our Facebook page. The same coverage will also be on the 24 Hours of Le Mans YouTube Channel, and there will also be a French-language live stream.
Qualifying will be exclusive to Traxion.GG, with live streaming of the new Hyperpole format on Friday evening.
Commentary and broadcast team
The commentary and broadcast team is a mixture of motorsport, 24 Hours of Le Mans and sim racing veterans.
Martin Haven, Chris McCarthy, Ben Constanduros and VCO Simmy-winner Lewis McGlade form the commentary team across the 24 hours, with Hayley Edmonds and Alex Brundle delivering analysis and interviews.
When is the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual?
Qualifying is on Friday 13th January at 6 pm GMT / 7 pm CET / 10 am PT / 1 pm PT.
The Race starts on Saturday 14th January at 1 pm GMT / 2 pm CET / 5 am ET / 8 am PT and will end 24 hours later on Sunday 15th January.