The sequence of the 62 vehicles for administrative and technical inspections is known. Identify the scrutineering programme that will take place on June 2 and 3 at Place de la République in the heart of Le Mans.
Scrutineering is the first major event of the 100th 24 Hours of Le Mans. The 62 vehicles and 186 drivers entering will undergo administrative and technical inspections for two days. Before taking to the track on Sunday, June 4 for Test Day, the 16 Hypercars, 24 LMP2s, 21 LMGTE Ams, and the Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 entered in Innovative Car will be in the city centre.
On June 3, 39 vehicles will be inspected. The Oreca 07-Gibson #43 entered by DKR Engineering in the LMP2 category will initiate hostilities at 10 a.m. During the first day, we will see the Vanwall Vandervell 680 #4 of the Floyd Vanwall Racing Team, the Porsche 963 #38 of the Hertz Team Jota, the Oreca 07-Gibson #35 and #36 of the Alpine Elf Team, and the Peugeot 9X8 #93 and #94 of Peugeot TotalEnergies. The following day, spectators will be able to view Porsche 963 #5, #6, and #75 from Porsche Penske Motorsport, as well as the Cadillac V-Series, Toyota GR010 Hybrid, and Glickenhaus 007. Ferrari AF Corse's Ferrari 499P #50 and #51 will be anxiously anticipated. Scrutineering will be concluded by these hypercars. Saturday at 3 p.m., eight vehicles in parade mode will depart the centre of Le Mans by road. From the Avenue Charles De Gaulle, they will proceed to the quai Louis Blanc. They will take Avenue Francois Mitterrand, Place des Jacobins, and the Wilbur Wright Tunnel.
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