The start at the 4 Hours of Barcelona will be given on Saturday 20 July at 18:30 local time. For the first time in the history of the European Le Mans Series, the finish is set to take place at night, making for a must-see moment in racing. You can follow the race in its entirety live for free on the official European Le Mans Series website (live streaming will begin immediately before the start).
European and American viewers can watch the race on MotorTrend OnDemand or Motorsport.tv. Here is a broadcast list for other countries:
- TV Maritime Norge (Scandinavia)
- Sport TV (Portugal)
- Motorvision (Germany)
- PlanetSport (Croatia and Slovenia)
Here is a complete list of TV stations broadcasting the 4 Hours of Barcelona.
Qualifying and Race Programme (local times):
- Free Practice 1 – Friday 19 July at 14:30 (90 minutes)
- Bronze Driver Collective Test – Friday 19 July at 18:30 (30 minutes)
- Free Practice 2 – Friday 19 July at 21:30 (90 minutes)
- LMGTE Qualifying – Saturday 20 July at 10:40 (10 minutes)
- LMP3 Qualifying – Saturday 20 July at 11:00 (10 minutes)
- LMP2 Qualifying – Saturday 20 July at 11:20 (10 minutes)
- Race – Saturday 20 July at 18:30 (240 minutes)
Full 4 Hours of Barcelona Entry List
PHOTO (Copyright - ELMS): The #51 Ferrari 488 GTE EVO of Swiss team Luzich Racing in pit lane at the Barcelona circuit.
BREAKING NEWS: THE 24 HOURS OF LE MANS POSTPONED TO 19–20 SEPTEMBER 2020