The 2021 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans saw the introduction of the new "Hypercar" class, pitting Toyota Gazoo Racing's GR010 hybrid against conventionally-powered Alpine and Glickenhaus cars.
Alongside the hypercars there was a full-grid of 25 LMP2 cars, 8 LM GTEPro and 23 LMGTE Am cars.
The shift of dates to August meant the weather may well play more of a part than in June, but with a full testing schedule already completed and the grid bursting with talent, there was every chance of a thrilling race, right down to the last few laps.
As always Duke is producing a 4-hour-long official review featuring the excellent Radio Le Mans commentary and as much racing content as possible.
The official review is the best distillation of the 24-hour race, without losing any of the drama, atmosphere and excitement.