Like any other sporting competition, the 88th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans suffered a delay due to the emergency Coronavirus, but is ready to go back through rFactor 2. The announcement came via a statement from the CEO of FIA World Endurance Championship.
And just like in real racing, what will happen on rFactor will be in 1: 1 scale, therefore 24 actual hours. The same level of will be required for drivers concentration e resistance, to complete a minimum of four hour ride. Finally, the event will be broadcast on all world TV on 13 June 2020 at 15.00 and also includes a live commentary.