Race fans are all ready for the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France next month but only those with truly deep pockets can afford to cross the pond and catch it live. What’s a truly dedicated race fan to do? Why drop by the National Corvette Museum for a viewing party, of course.
That’s right, the museum recently announced it will show the entire 24 hours of the race on June 13-14 live on the giant 28-foot screen located in the Chevrolet Theatre at the NCM.
Incredibly, it will be just one of three places in the world where you can watch a commercial-free, direct feed of the entire race, with Berlin and Tokyo being the other two cities.
You’ll also get live timing and scoring and snacks and refreshments during the entire 24 hours, plus you get to see Skypes each hour from the Corvette Racing team. You could even win a door prize.
Registration is limited and you’ll have to drop $100 to attend. However, your ticket also buys you a continental breakfast on both Saturday and Sunday, early access to the museum, a light dinner service, the aforementioned refreshments, and access to a cash bar starting Saturday at 5:15pm
With all that on the docket, you’d be hard pressed to find a better way to watch the 83rd 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Interested? Head over to the NCM registration page ASAP to secure your seat in the theatre.