PRODUCTION
Editorial & Camera Plans
2024 – a magical year with many premieres
On the track, in the ‘top’ category, we will have 23 Hypercars for a total of 9 manufacturers. In LMP2, 16 cars, and for the first time ever 23 LMGT3 for a total of 8 manufacturers.
On the production side, there are several innovations. This year three international feeds are made available.
The B.I.F. - Basic International Feed
Available from the beginning of the qualifiers up to the arrival of the race. It is a neutral signal without interviews, no summaries, and no double images to allow, for those broadcasters who wish, to personalize their program.
The E.I.F. - Enhanced International Feed
Begins one hour before the start and ends at the end of the podium ceremony. This signal includes interviews, race summaries as well as additional images linked to the centenary. This feed is particularly relevant for those without means to personalize their program.
The H.I.F. - Highlights
Available every 2 hours during the race.
For this exceptional year the ACO have decided to propose new imagery from 30 cars, each equipped with 3 on-board cameras, 36 cameras around the circuit. There will be 15 cameras in the pits, in a 400M long traveling, a helicopter equipped with a cine-flex and 4 high speed cameras that can be moved around the track.
To be sure not to miss anything of this extraordinary show all cameras are registered to give viewers the best slow-motion images. 

Day and night this set-up is managed by over 400 professionals who take turns to produce 50 hours of live from Wednesday midday until Sunday evening.

In short, for those who like numbers, Le Mans is covered by 151 cameras, of which 90 are onboard the cars.
RACE DAY
Camera Plan
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WEDNESDAY
Camera Plan
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THURSDAY
Camera Plan
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RACE NIGHT
Camera Plan
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Graphic Chart
The Graphic Chart at the WEC races is constantly improved.

Offering viewers a lot of information for a better understanding, showcasing the drivers and their strategy. Thanks to permanent data received from the cars, in addition to speed, position and a range of relevant information, it is possible to give details on the tyres and the virtual amount of energy left for each car. Our analysists can also create comparative graphic pages and permanently give the rankings and the intervals on-air focusing on the most decisive battles. 
This year we develop predictive information that allows us to anticipate what could happen on the track and during the pit stops.
Graphic Guide
The contenders
For all you should know about the categories, the teams and what’s at stake - just download the document below.
Contenders
LIVE
SIGNALS
Wednesday, JUNE 12
Thursday, JUNE 13
Saturday, JUNE 15
TRANSMISSION 
SCHEDULE
Please find below a pdf with a recap of all transmissions during the event.
Transmission Schedule
NEWS
EDITS

MAGAZINES
ROAD TO LE MANS
26 MIN - MAGAZINE
Monday, MONTH 0 at 16:30 GMT
Road to Le Mans
26 min
Featuring previous WEC races, test day highlights, main contender’s profiles, interviews with drivers & team managers…

Full Mix English commentary – English transcript

Available on
✓ European Satellite
✓ American Satellite
✓ BT Tower
✓ FTP Server
HIGHLIGHT PROGRAM
52 MIN
Monday, MONTH 0 at 16:30 GMT
HIGHLIGHT PROGRAM
52 min
Race highlights with interviews, drivers & team manager analysis of the race

Full Mix English commentary – English transcript 

Available on
✓ European Satellite
✓ American Satellite

✓ BT Tower
✓ FTP Server