2.4 Hours of Le Mans

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2.4 Hours of Le Mans
LeMans.png
Venue Circuit de la Sarthe
Number of times held 2
First held 2019
Most wins (Drivers) Germany.png Marc Stwerka (2)
Most wins (Teams) Germany.png Repsol Swinegel Racing (2)
Last event 2020
Last race
Pole Position Germany.png Marc Stwerka, 3:08.918
Repsol Swinegel Racing
Winner Germany.png Marc Stwerka, 44 laps
Repsol Swinegel Racing
Fastest lap Germany.png Marc Stwerka, 3:10.119
Repsol Swinegel Racing

The 2.4 Hours of Le Mans is the league's prime endurance event. It is heavily orientated towards the real 24 Hours of Le Mans race and thus mirrors the Le Mans weekend schedules, which contains a 15 minute Qualifying for each class, followed by a 2.4 hours race. As it's the pinnacle endurance event of IVRC it will be held once a year, usually as part of the ongoing World Endurance Championship season.

Race weekend

On Sunday, drivers have a 15-minute qualifying session. The qualifying session decides the grid order for the race. The race will be started right afterwards.

Specifications

  • Game: Automobilista
  • Eligible cars and classes:
    • LMP1
      • Audi R18
      • Porsche 919 Hybrid
      • Toyota TS040 Hybrid
    • LMP2
      • Oreca 07
    • GTE
      • Aston Martin Vantage AMR
      • Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
      • Ferrari 488 GTE Evo
      • Porsche 911 RSR
  • Eligible tyre manufacturers:
    • LMP1
      • Michelin
    • LMP2
      • Goodyear
      • Michelin
    • GTE
      • Dunlop
      • Michelin

Race winners

Year Drivers Car Team Platform
2019 Germany.png Marc Stwerka Audi R18 Repsol Swinegel Racing LMP1 Team Automobilista
2020 Germany.png Marc Stwerka Audi R18 Repsol Swinegel Racing