24 Hours of Le Mans is one of the biggest events on the motorsports calendar. Here's how to watch the full two-day event for free on your TV, phone or laptop.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans kicks off at 10:45pm AEST on June 16. To watch in Australia, you're going to need a Foxtel Sports Combo Pack which will set you back $55 a month. (In addition to Le Mans, the pack also includes AFL, NRL, the Australia Supercars Championship, the NBA, international cricket, cycling, golf, tennis and a swag of other sports.)
If you're not willing to pay Foxtel $55, we have some good news: you can watch the full 24 Hours Of Le Mans on your phone, laptop or telly for free! Simply sign up to Foxtel as a new member and get every pack free for one month. As there's no lock-in contract, you can cancel after the first month and pay nothing. (If you've taken advantage of the free-month offer previously, you may need to sign up with a different email address and credit card.)
The free month also includes all of Foxtel's on-demand entertainment packs, so if you've never watched Game Of Thrones, Westworld or other Foxtel-exclusive shows now is your chance to see what all the fuss is about.
Foxtel recently replaced its video streaming service with a new platform dubbed Foxtel Now - and it's priced competitively with Stan and Netflix. With subscriptions starting at just $10 per month, it's a far cry from the company's prohibitively expensive Pay TV offerings. (In fact, it's actually cheaper than Netflix's HD tiers which start at $13.99.)
But what do you actually get for your ten dollarydoos? Does Foxtel Now include Game Of Thrones? Do you still need to add a bunch of additional packs to make it worthwhile? We take a look at the prices, inclusions and your frequently asked questions.