Demanding the highest levels of stamina and skill, Le Mans showcases 24 hours of some of the most impressive driving in motorsport. Now in its 73rd year, this phenomenal event never fails to deliver high-speed action, unpredictable results and fantastic entertainment! This year’s race was as dramatic and captivating as ever, and fans can now relive all the thrills and spills in this new release from powersport specialists Duke, Le Mans 2005 Review.
This year a record crowd of over 230,000 made the pilgrimage to watch one of the most fiercely contested races in the history of the event. Despite the sweltering conditions the action on the track never cooled, with racing that went right down to the wire - keeping everyone glued to their seats until the very last lap! But it was the 25,000 Danish fans who led the celebrations after watching fellow countryman Tom Kristensen put his foot to the floor and smash his way into the record books to claim his seventh victory and become the most successful driver in Le Mans history.
This exclusive review captures this and all the best moments from one of the most exciting endurance races this circuit has ever seen. It features substantial coverage of preparation week, pre-race qualifying rounds plus interviews with the top drivers, action from the pits and informed commentary to guide you through a spine-tingling 24 hours. Plus, we follow Sebastien Loeb as he makes his Le Mans debut with the Pescarolo team.