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scorpiworld

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#84994 10-Jun-2011 20:18
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Anybody know who is showing the Le Mans 24 Hours race?

Sky TV guide has turned up nothing.

I find it quite disturbing 4 dedicated sports channels I pay for, are not showing one of the greatest races in the world! :(

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DarkCypher
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  #480254 12-Jun-2011 10:01
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It's pretty crap when Australia get it Live, in HD and free.

 
 
 

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ilovemusic
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  #480326 12-Jun-2011 15:12
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NZ TV is useless for LM24.

Try one of the many live feeds like

http://www.justin.tv/freddy49_lemans?show_facebook_status=true#/w/1323407840/2

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