Attracting drivers from all disciplines of racing, Le Mans provides the
supreme test of stamina and skill. In its 72nd year, the 24-Hour race has lived
up to its legendary status as the greatest endurance race in the world. This
official review captures the atmosphere and sense of occasion that only a visit
to the Circuit de la Sarthe can provide.
In true Le Mans style, inspired driving ensured the 24-Hours was anything but
dull with breakdowns and crashes adding to the already intense action. And with
only 40 seconds separating the first two cars, the entertainment went right to
A late charge from Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx's Johnny Herbert ensured a
nail-biting finale to an already action packed race. But in the end it was Audi
Sport Team Goh’s Seiji Ara who took the chequered flag. This win for Team Goh
gave co-driver Tom Kristensen his 5th consecutive victory and record-equalling
sixth title overall.
All the very best action from 24-hours of pedal-to-the-metal racing is
condensed to provide the official record of this truly memorable event. It
delivers race footage and interviews with the top drivers, including action from
ex-World Rally Champion Colin McRae in his Le Mans debut.
DVD extras include footage from qualifying, an on-board lap with Allan McNish
in the Audi and an interview with McNish.