It’s time to watch the most iconic sporting event of the year for the next 24 hours straight. The French flag drops at 9 a.m. eastern time today.
Here’s how to watch the 24 Heures du Le Mans:
Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2 are covering the race intermittently. Looking at their schedule, you’ll be doing a lot of jumping back and forth between the two channels. You might want to set your DVR to keep up and not miss anything as you avoid doing constructive errands over the weekend.
DirecTV: Channel 219
Dish Network: Channel 150
AT&T U-verse: Channel 1652 (HD) and 652 (SD)
Verizon FiOS: Channel 583 (HD) and 83 (SD)
Google Fiber: Channel 208 (HD)
Download the Fox Sports GO app.
The entire race is being streamed live via the app. You’ll need your cable/satellite service username and password to view the race on the app. If your cable/satellite package doesn’t already have Fox Sports in it, you might be out of luck. See the audio-only option below.
If you have SiriusXM satellite radio, you’re in luck. XM channel 201 and Sirius channel 138 are broadcasting the Radio LeMans feed right now.
If you don’t have access to any of the above, just turn to the internet and listen for free via TuneIn.