The scrutineering schedule for next month’s 24 Hours of Le Mans has been revealed, featuring the day and times that each of the 60 entries and 180 drivers will go through the pre-race technical checks at the Place de Republique in downtown Le Mans.
The No. 23 Panis-Barthez Competition Ligier JS P217 Gibson is scheduled to be the first car through on Sun. June 10 at 2 p.m., with 22 cars scheduled to complete scrutineering on the opening day.
Racing Team Nederland, meanwhile, will be the first team to go through on Monday, which includes many of the heavy-hitters, including Toyota Gazoo Racing, Ford Chip Ganassi Racing, Aston Martin Racing and Porsche GT Team.
Scrutineering runs from June 10-11, prior to the start of on-track action at Le Mans on Wed., June 13.