Follow the Le Mans 24 Hours live via NISMO.TV, featuring exclusive interviews, onboard footage and reports from the world's greatest endurance race
Matt Burt
11 June 2014

Get involved in the Le Mans 24 Hours!

The Le Mans 24 Hours will be a more interactive experience this year thanks to NISMO.TV, the online channel of Nissan’s motorsport and performance division.

NISMO.TV broadcasted more than 26 hours of race coverage in 2013, and is going one better this year with additional onboard footage and a fan-friendly interactive studio.

Nissan will power a quarter of the Le Mans grid in 2014 and also race Nissan ZEOD RC, the world's fastest electric car.

Four of Nissan's gamer-to-racers will compete at Le Mans: two in ZEOD and two in the number 35 OAK Ligier Nissan.

NISMO.TV will be right there with live onboard footage from those two cars. Further coverage will be provided by ’NISMO CAM’ – a mobile camera located above the pitlane (multi cam options not available on mobile devices).

The channel will also feature a fan-friendly live interactive studio, where fans will be able to send their comments, questions and reaction as the race unfolds.

Tune in to NISMO.TV on Autocar on 14-15 June for all the action live from Le Mans.

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