24H Le Mans
8th - 11th of June 2023
Circuit 24 Hours of Le Mans
Info on the race
24 Hours of Le Mans is without a doubt the most famous race in the world. The foundation for the race’s legendary status was formed back in 1923, when the public roads in the French city Le Mans was closed for the sole purpose of letting 37 cars drive around the city for a full 24 hours.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the race, and even though the technological evolution since the very first race has been comprehensible, the premise remains the exact same. You need to complete as many laps as possible around the 13.626 km circuit within 24 hours.
The field of participants consists of 62 cars and 186 drivers across three classes; Hypercars, LMP2 prototypes and GTE.
Løbet starter lørdag den 10. juni kl. 16 og kan følges live på TV2 og Eurosport.
Kvalifikation 1, Road to Le Mans
Kvalifikation 2, Road to Le Mans
Træning, 24H Le Mans
Race 1, Road to Le Mans
Hyperpole, 24H Le Mans
Race 2, Road to Le Mans
Start of 24 Hours of Le Mans
Finish of 24 Hours of Le Mans
on the cars
Marco Sørensen is one of the factory drivers for Aston Martin Racing and has joined GMB Motorsport for the expressed purpose of participating in 24H Le Mans this year. Marco won the legendary race in 2022 and is a three-time defending FIA World Endurance GT Champion.
20-year-old Gustav Birch is the Silver Driver of the crew and has been taking significant leaps within racing these past years. Last season Gustav finished fifth in the Danish TCR-series and third in the GT3-championship of Le Mans Cup alongside Jens Reno Møller.
The crews Bronze Driver is 52-year-old Jens Reno Møller, who secured the third place in the Le Mans Cup last season alongside Gustav Birch. Jens has many years of experience in racing and participated in both the 2004 and 2006-version of 24H Le Mans.
We have a clear goal of being the best both on and off the tarmac.
GTE Team Manager
Evert Van Doorn
Team Health and Mental Coach
Photographer and SoMe-manager