Take a look back at the 85th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, am event which brings together endurance racing professionals from all over the world, in a typically unpredictable race.
This year was no exception. With the Audi team’s withdrawal from endurance racing at the end of 2016, the LMP1 Hybrid category was represented by Porsche and Toyota, with the Toyota team aiming to overcome its last lap misery in 2016, fielding three cars for the 2017 race.
And with an upgraded LMP2 spec for this year, including a more powerful motor, this was going to be a race with faster lap times and battles throughout the field. The GTE category would provide close racing right up to the final lap - but no spoilers….
This digital book brings you great story-telling, embedded photo galleries and screen shows, sounds from the track, video, and links to the web sites or Twitter accounts of drivers and teams. And you can win tickets to the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans by entering our easy competition, found inside.