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2021 24 Hours of Le Mans

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2021 24 Hours of Le Mans
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The 89th 24 Hours of Le Mans (French: 89e 24 Heures du Mans) will be an automobile endurance event that will take place on 12–13 June 2021 at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. It will be the 89th running of the 24 Hour race organised by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest.


A new Le Mans Hypercar class with regulations created jointly by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) and the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile replaces the Le Mans Prototype LMP1 class.[1]


Automatic entries

Automatic entry invitations were earned by teams that won their class in the 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans, or won championships in the European Le Mans Series, Asian Le Mans Series, and the Michelin Le Mans Cup. The second-place finishers in the European Le Mans Series in LMP2 and LMGTE championships also earned an automatic invitation each. Two participants from the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship were chosen by the series to be automatic entries by the ACO regardless of their performance or category. As invitations were granted to teams, they were allowed to change their cars from the previous year to the next, but not allowed to change their category. The LMGTE class invitations from the European and Asian Le Mans Series were allowed to choose between the Pro and Am categories. European Le Mans Series' LMP3 (Le Mans Prototype 3) champion is required to field an entry in LMP2 while the Asian Le Mans Series LMP3 champion were permitted to choose between LMP2 or LMGTE Am. The Michelin Le Mans Cup Group GT3 (GT3) champion was limited to the LMGTE Am category.

Reason invited LMP1 LMP2 LMGTE Pro LMGTE Am
1st in the 24 Hours of Le Mans Japan Toyota Gazoo Racing United Kingdom United Autosports United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing United Kingdom TF Sport
1st in the European Le Mans Series (LMP2 and LMGTE) Germany Proton Competition
2nd in the European Le Mans Series (LMP2 and LMGTE) Switzerland Kessel Racing
1st in the European Le Mans Series (LMP3)
WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at-large entries United States Patrick Kelly United States Ryan Hardwick
1st in the Asian Le Mans Series (LMP2 and GT) TBA TBA
1st in the Asian Le Mans Series (LMP3) TBA – or – TBA
1st in the Michelin Le Mans Cup (LMP3) Luxembourg DKR Engineering
1st in the Michelin Le Mans Cup (GT3) Italy Iron Lynx


  1. ^ "WEC's new top class named 'Le Mans Hypercar'". Motorsport Magazine. Retrieved 2019-12-05.

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