Le Mans Classic, asides from being the world's biggest and fastest vintage race, allows all participants, be it crew, drivers or spectators, to live a glimpse of what the real 24 have been and are still today. As a crew, you need to be on top of it from Thursday, when you arrive, unload and set up the car in the pits, to Sunday, while you attend the car through five high speed sessions.
As a driver, you can be up to four buddies sharing the ride. In the past editions, we found out that three drivers is a good way to go, but since 2012, one driver is plenty enough for our experienced team. Two drivers, with the same size and skills, is probably the best combination, but 2016 was again a year with a single nut holding the steering wheel!