Le Mans 24 Hours fans won't be divided into groups

Pierre Fillon, president of race organiser the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, revealed that there will be “no segregation and no bubbles” in the wake of the announcement on Thursday that fans will return to the centrepiece round of the World Endurance Championship on 21-22 August after a year’s absence.
This is in contrast to the original plan for the 2020 edition of the race held last …Keep reading

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