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Audi driver Allan McNish on Le Mans
- Balance between differing technical set-ups required
- Porsche Curves and Ford chicane are the most demanding parts
- Fans can feel the speed of 320 kph in Indianapolis corner
The 13.629 kilometre track of the Le Mans 24 Hour race is something special for every driver. The mix of public roads and a permanent race track, very slow corners and a share of more than 70 per cent of full throttle per lap, as well as day and night fascinate both drivers and the audience. Audi driver Allan McNish explains why.