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In 4 weeks the Super Finale to the Super Season will be underway: the 24 Hours of Le Mans!


In four weeks the final round of the FIA World Endurance Championship 2018-2019 Super Season will be underway (15h00 local time, Saturday 15 June) and, 24 hours later, at the culmination of this unique 14-month season, the newest World Endurance Champions will be known.
No fewer than 62 cars will be on track for this year's edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans,  with HSH Princess Charlene of Monaco being present to officially start the proceedings.
The FIA World Endurance LMP1 Championship and GT Manufacturers’ FIA World Championship were sealed at the previous round at Spa-Francorchamps, but there are still plenty of titles to be decided including the World Drivers' titles and that of the highly-competitive LMP2 category.
Tickets for the 24 Hours of Le Mans can still be purchased HERE. 
Don't miss a minute and follow all the action, interviews, live timing, onboards and more on the official 24 Hours of Le Mans/FIA WEC App. 

Le Mans Esports Series format revealed for Super Final

The format for the Super Final of the Le Mans Esports Series (LMES) has now been revealed. The teams and drivers, which were recently announced, will compete in nine races on the Xbox One exclusive Forza Motorsport 7. There will be 36 top gamers from across the world, who will be competing on 12 different simulators. 
The teams will have a virtual budget of €150m to build a fantasy garage, and competitors will race on both the historical and modern varieties of the Le Mans track as well as getting to experience WEC races at Silverstone, Sebring and Spa-Francorchamps.
The first and final race will use a traditional Le Mans start, meaning drivers must run to their rig and take the wheel to start. The Le Mans start will play a crucial role in the ninth race, which will decide the LMES champions, as points accumulated over the first eight races set the grid and the intervals between teams. 
The first ever LMES champions will take their share of a $100,000 prize pool and also celebrate their victory on the real-life 24 Hours of Le Mans podium. For more information on LMES.
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Tickets go on sale for 6 Hours of São Paulo

With just under a year until the WEC returns to Brazil, tickets have now gone on sale for the highly-anticipated 6 Hours of São Paulo via the event’s official website. 
The 6 Hours of São Paulo forms the fifth round of the 2019-2020 WEC season and will be staged at Autódromo José Carlos Pace, also known as Interlagos, on 1 February 2020. 
Indeed, Brazil is no stranger to endurance racing with the country already having hosted three WEC events at Interlagos between 2012 and 2014. Local hero and successful LMP1 driver Bruno Senna has also been named as the event’s official ambassador. 
Fans can purchase three types of tickets for the grand festival of speed that will run from 30 January – 1 February, 2020. In addition to the track action, the three-day event will have a host of other entertainment. Tickets are now on sale at a discounted rate via the event’s official website: https://www.6horasdesaopaulo.com.br/comprar-ingressos/
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