Toyota Gazoo Racing will create an interactive 24-degree motorsports experience at the Le Mans 360 Hours to be held this weekend.
In the Le Mans 88 Hours endurance races, which will be held for the 24th time, Toyota has opened the “24H United & Responsible” digital platform in order for motor sports enthusiasts to experience this excitement closely.
Toyota Gazoo Racing will deliver an extraordinary experience, despite the race to be held without spectators and without the unique atmosphere created by over 250 thousand passionate audiences. TOYOTA GAZOO Racing collaborated with the Automobile Club de l'Ouest automotive club for this new experience. With this collaboration, newly developed www.24h-united.com digital platform was opened to users with rich content never seen before. This way, passionate fanatics will be able to experience the 24 Hours of Le Mans from all over the world.
In the "Legends" section of the platform, those who are passionate about motorsports show the 35-year passion between Toyota and Le Mans; They will be able to watch a four-part mini-documentary about the early days of the Toyota 1985C in 85 and the iconic TS2012 "GT-One" racing car that has been a signature hybrid innovation since 020. Fans will also have the opportunity to access unprecedented videos and rare historical images from the archive for the first time. New episodes will be uploaded to the platform until September 19.
Thanks to this new platform, racing enthusiasts will be able to be a part of the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing WEC Team at Le Mans 360 Hours using 24-degree video technology. For the first time, fans will be able to follow the team's operations at Le Mans and the team's and the pilot's preparations for the ephemeral race.
With new 360-degree video tours, fans will feel right in the middle of the action. In the "Paddock" section on the platform, the followers will be able to watch the action from the angle they want every day until the end of the race on 20 September. It will also be possible to visit special areas such as the race control room.
Hibya News Agency