Scrutineering: the programme for MondaySome competitors have already passed administrative and technical scrutineering for the 24 Hours of Le Mans on day one, but over half still need to pass through the process on Monday.
The Porsche of JWA-Avila will kick off the day at 10:00, followed by the two Ferraris of Luxury Racing. Of the two cars enterd by Greaves Motorsport, only one will score points in the FIA World Endurance Championship. They lead Starworks Motorsport, third overall in the 12 Hours of Sebring, the opening round of World Championship 2012, and JRM.
Then there is the GT field with AF Corse before returning to prototypes through Pecom Racing and the two Lola-Toyotas of Rebellion. Aston Martin Racing are up next before giving way to Signatech-Nissan, Strakka and Lotus. Toyota Racing will close both the day and the scrutineering event.
After scrutineering the competitors who satisfy all the regulations will be allowed to take the start of free practice session on Wednesday night. Additional technical checks will be conducted at the end of the testing and before the race.