How To Watch 24 Hours Of Le Mans Live And Free In Australia

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24 Hours Of Le Mans is one of the biggest racing events in the world, and it's back for another year! If you plan on binge-watching the whole thing this weekend, or just dropping in when you feel like it, here's how you can do it in Oz.

Sadly it won't be available on free-to-air, but you can stream it on the Eurosport channel if you have the Foxtel Now Foxtel Sports Combo package.

This usually costs $29 a month — plus an obligatory starter pack, which start at $10 a month. But the first two weeks are free and there is no lock-in contract — so there's nothing stopping you from cancelling once you've gotten your motorsports hit.

This deal will also get you access to the French Grand Prix from June 22 - 24.

Keep in mind that this will only work with new sign ups. So if you've used a free trial in the past, you may need to ask a friend or family member to help you out.

Eurosport's coverage of the race kicks off at 10:45pm on Saturday June 16 and will conclude at 11:30pm on Sunday June 17. But there is plenty to watch in the lead up to the main event on Friday and Saturday, including replays of the qualifying rounds. The full broadcast schedule can be found here.

Happy viewing, and don't forget to cancel that Foxtel subscription if you don't want to continue with it!

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