Le Mans 24 Hours 2018 team by team guide

Le Mans 24 Hours 2018 team by team guide

There may not be much doubt about the identity of the favourite for outright 2018 Le Mans victory, but there's plenty of depth and a lot of uncertainty in the rest of the massive field and the class battles

Toyota is effectively in a class of one at the front of the Le Mans 24 Hours field, but has at least invited a double Formula 1 world champion along to put more eyeballs on a race it really cannot afford to lose again.

In its wake, things look wide open in the privateer LMP1 group, the LMP2 and GTE classes.

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