Eurosport says it will deliver its most complete coverage of Le Mans.

In all 38 hours of airtime will be devoted to the race that last year that saw the Toyota Gazoo Racing team featuring Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima take the honours.

As part of the build-up, Eurosport will have live coverage of free practice and a look back at the 2018 race.

There will be then full coverage on Eurosport’s linear and OTT platforms featuring nine-time winner of Le Mans Tom Kristensen.

On the Eurosport Player during the race itself, fans will also have the option of accessing the on-board cameras of up to three cars. Eurosport’s digital platforms, including and its social platforms, will also provide fans will updates in real-time.

“At Le Mans, I always say to expect the unexpected and this year is no different. It is the flagship event on our calendar and the one passionate motorsport fans always look forward forward to,” said Kristensen.

Eurosport has exclusive pay-TV coverage in every European market with the exception of Spain.