The 2023 running of the Le Mans 24 Hours marks 100 years that the race has been held.
A total of 62 cars will take part in the race, including 37 full-season FIA World Endurance Championship regular entrants.
With the introduction of the Hypercar class, it will see 16 cars entered across seven manufacturers including Ferrari, Porsche, Peugeot, Cadillac, Toyota, Glickenhaus and Vanwall.
Ferrari return after a 50-year absence and the team have broken Toyota's run of six consecutive poles at the Circuit de la Sarthe. Will they be able to do the same in the race and take outright victory?
It is set to be another thriller as multiple classes, including LMP2 and GTE cars, also take to the circuit and present another challenge for the Hypercar drivers.
Let's not also forget the NASCAR entry for Garage 56, which will see 2009 F1 World Champion Jenson Button line up alongside touring car ace Mike Rockenfeller and seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson.
The race will start on Saturday at 16:00 local time and finish on Sunday at the same time.
Check out the timings for the race below for the UK, US and Australia.
Le Mans 24 Hours TV Times UK, US, and Australia