What could Formula 1 learn from Le Mans

There are typically two kinds of automotive enthusiasts – those who watch Formula 1, and those who watch every other motorsport series. What would it look like to have a Formula GP with multiple classes fighting for the same piece of tarmac?. Imagine – teams having the usual two cars on the grid, but one Formula 1 and one Formula 2? People often cite a 24h Le Mans race like it’s a whole Formula 1 season in one day, and it’s clear why. The guidelines for Le Mans aren’t as wasteful as in Formula 1, where teams are required to come up with a new car schematic every year – to conform to perpetually changing regulations. Formula 1 has a pedigree that can only be matched by the likes of the 24h Le Mans, so it’s worth taking a look at what all the fuss was about.

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