The scrutineering schedule for next month’s 24 Hours of Le Mans has been revealed.
All 56 cars set to take part in the twice-around-the-clock endurance classic will head to the Le Mans city center for the traditional two-day event, located again at the Place de la République.
SCHEDULE: Le Mans Scrutineering
Twenty-two cars are scheduled to go through the administrative checks on Sunday, June 8, including the factory Porsche and Toyota LMP1 cars, along with the Nissan ZEOD RC, which will occupy Garage 56 this year.
Scrutineering will kick off with a pair of brand-new Ligier JS P2 cars from local team OAK Racing, including its all-Chinese driver lineup entry.
Monday’s schedule includes many of the heavy-hitting GTE-Pro efforts such as AF Corse, Aston Martin Racing and Corvette Racing, along with Audi’s three-car LMP1 effort in the afternoon.
While on-track activity doesn’t begin until Wed., June 11, an autograph session is scheduled for Tuesday at the circuit from 5-6 p.m. local time.