24 of Le Mans officially kicks off at 8am ET Saturday in France. Traditionally watching the race in the United States has been a bit of a challenge, requiring you to skip between a few different services depending on the time of day you wanted to watch and maybe some fancy VPN work to access some European streaming services.
This year this is a little easier: MotorTrend TV is planning to show the entire 24 hours of the race, so you’ll just have to tune in there in the U.S. rather than a ton of services.
If you have a cable package with MotoTrend TV access then you can just tune in and watch. If you don’t, then you can sign up on the channel’s website for a free 14-day trial and catch the whole race for free. If you forget to cancel, the channel is $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year.
If you’re a big fan of racing, then the channel offers a ton of additional programming that might make that subscription worth it.
And if you’re out and about Saturday but still want to keep up with the race you can catch audio coverage from the event on Radio Le Mans all day.