Fans have witnessed the epic event documentary, Le Mans: Racing is Everything, and now, everyone is getting excited for season 2 of the documentary; however, there might be a catch, and we might possibly don’t get a season 2 at all. The documentary follows the 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the oldest active endurance race competition, and it is held annually since 1923 near Le Mans, France.
This event is quite different from the traditional race. As the name suggests, the race occurs for the entire 24-hour duration, and the person covering the highest distance is declared as the winner, which is totally different from winning by crossing a course length the fastest. We have gathered all the recent updates and information regarding the possibility of the second season, so here is everything you need to know about the Le Mans: Racing is Everything Season 2.
Le Mans: Racing is Everything Trailer
The race is prevalent, and it is conducted by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), and it was turned into a documentary by Amazon, which was released back on 9th June 2017. The documentary followed the entire duration of the race, along with the legacies of the drivers and Le Mans. It followed six teams, which included Toyota, Audi, Nissan, Rebellion, Porsche, and Aston Martin, as they fought to achieve victory.
Shea Adam and John Hindhaugh narrated the documentary. Professional race drivers which included the likes of Mark Webber, André Lotterer, Jann Mardenborough, Nico Prost, and others.
Le Mans: Racing is Everything Season 2 update
According to the latest update, Le Mans: Racing is Everything was intended as a limited series, and Deadline reports at the time of release also indicate the same. Also, the Amazon documentary followed the entire 24 hours, which means that the chances of a second season are minimal. However, in case it gets renewed, we don’t see Le Mans: Racing is Everything Season 2 coming before the fall of 2021.
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