Wednesday January 22, 2020

24 hours to stir the blood and thrill the senses

Le Mans is a feat of endurance for spectators to make through, but the experience is well worth missing some sleep for

16th June, 2019
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Yesterday, at 2pm Irish time, the Le Mans 24-hour race began. And, assuming you’ve managed to get to read this paper at a good time, they’re still at it. That’s quite a difficult thing to get your head around. It’s even more baffling when you attend in person, as I’ve been lucky enough to on several occasions.

There’s invariably a gruelling road trip to get...

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