How a U.S. Race Team Flies 2 Cars and 13 Tons of Equipment to France for Le Mans

It’s 13 tons of equipment, not including the cars. One of the world’s most prestigious motor races hit the streets of Le Mans, a quiet French town two hours outside of Paris. The 24 Hours of Le Mans race is in its 85th year, and fans and race teams alike fly in from all over the globe to take part in this special piece of history. Teams flock to the legendary Circuit de la Sarthe to snag a podium spot, but at Le Mans, finishing at all is an accomplishment—hence the name. While the race itself is enough of a challenge, just getting there takes plenty of effort for most international teams. For example, in order to compete in Le Mans, the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing – US team has to travel across the ocean from its home base in the United States via air freight. Annually, the team clocks […]

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