Le Mans Visual Guide
by: Torque Soft • 94
Following on from our highly regarded Motorsport Calendar App, we have created a visual guide for the Le Mans 24 hours race, updated year on year. Showing all cars in their full glory, together with their category, chassis and engine details. The country in which the team is registered is also displayed, by indicating the national flag of that country. Each entry also shows the drivers of each car (that have been confirmed thus far).
Please also see our own Live Timing App which can keep you up-to-date about positions within the WEC rounds and Le Mans itself. All sessions are covered, not just race day!
We publish our own description of each entry, giving insight and information regarding each car and the drivers' experience or past racing triumphs. Most of these are already available, some of them will be updated soon.
The App works well on Large, Extra large, Medium and even Small screened devices.
If you find any issues with this App, please let us know by email and we will do our utmost to resolve issues as soon as possible.
Toyota vs the Independents... Will it be a veritable David vs Goliath?
Other manufacturers attack this challenge with a passion, Porsche, Lotus, Ferrari, Ford, Chevrolet and Aston Martin. Steeped in history and an embodiment of endurance racing.
Past winners such as Tom Kristensen, Alan McNish, Dindo Capello, Martin Brundle feature. Class winners like David Brabham, Jan Magnussen and former Formula One drivers such as Anthony Davidson, Pedro Lamy, Stefan Johannsen, Nick Heidfeld and Sebastien Buemi. Hot shoe GT drivers like Sarrazin, Minassian, Bouchut, Danny Watts, Sebastien Bourdais and Emmanuel Collard.
They all join together for the greatest endurance race known to man.
Les Vingt Quatre heures du Mans. Circuit de la Sarthe.
The Le Mans 24 hours endurance race forms part of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).
This App was developed using Basic4Android, B4A.
** this App will be updated soon with photos from the Test Day OR from Wednesday before the 24hrs itself - as the Silverstone round moved from April to August **