1995 was a year which showed the true challenge of Le Mans.
When it started raining the seemingly straightforward contest between the prototypes came to an abrupt halt and the race was thrown wide open.
It basically all became about one man – JJ Lehto - driving the race of his life.
At times 30 seconds faster than anyone else per lap, Lehto’s skill and courage in the McLaren F1 in truly treacherous conditions must surely rank as one of the great feats in Le Mans long and illustrious history.
Mario Andretti, Bob Wollek and Eric Hélary provided even more drama for the drenched spectators as they fought back from as low as 22nd place in their Courage to battle for the lead with Lehto’s Ueno Clinic McLaren and the Harrod’s sponsored F1 of Derek and Justin Bell and Andy Wallace.
With superb commentary from the hugely knowledgeable, informative and occasionally hilarious Radio Le Mans team you’ll enjoy every action packed moment of this nail-biting review of the 1995 24 Heures du Mans.