Between NASCAR, Indy, the American Le Mans Series and everything else, there's plenty of racing going on any given weekend on this side of the Atlantic. But for some racing fans, the real action takes place in Europe and those races are seldom broadcast Stateside. Those old-world motorsport enthusiasts will be glad to learn that while live television footage may still be scarce, a new internet radio station has gone live to give the full play-by-play from Le Mans Series endurance races.

Starting with this past weekend's race at Spa, radiolemans.com offers live coverage of the final practice sessions, qualifying and the round-the-clock races themselves, plus interviews and extra features to keep the virtual airwaves chattering and the racing fan entertained. The next event on the calendar is the title 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 13-14, followed by Algarve (July 31-August 2), Nurburgring (August 21-23) and Silverstone (September 11-13), so surf over and tune in to radiolemans.com for all the action.

[Source: evo]


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