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Andy Blackmore has released the 2011 version of his uber useful 24 Hours of Le Mans Spotter Guides. This guide was released on 3rd June 2011 and was made possible by many teams who assisted in supplying liveries in advance. For those leaving for Le Mans at a later date, we will release an update following Scruitneering on this page.
We've been proud to work with Andy
If you've been following along with news about the 503 bhp Audi A1 clubsport quattro , then you likely already know that you can test drive the car in Need for Speed World . That tie in also allowed for this fantastic 'making of' video from the folks at Need for Speed. Check it out below (and thanks Andy Blackmore of SpotterGuides.com for the tip!)
By now we'd hoped to get a nice preview up of the 12 Hours of Sebring but a very busy day including several video interviews aided in our running out of time. One portion of that preview however that we don't want to forget to pass along is that of the downloadable Spotter Guide by Andy Blackmore Design. Andy's a friend of the site and we've been featuring his work around staple events like Le Mans and like Sebring for a few