The 2010 Edition of the 24 Heures du Mans Spotters Guide, presented by Nissan Sports Cars, Radio Le Mans and Miles to end Malaria is now available to download and has been updated as of Wednesday 9th June 2010.
The guide is split over two pages due to the number of entries. Just click on the smaller pictures and the full size JPG images will appear. It has been sized to print well at A3 ISO size, although you can print it smaller or larger.
The guide wouldnt be possible without the help of many (including all the ALMS…) teams, and their PR departments. Special thanks to John Hindhaugh, Eve Hewitt, Marshall Pruett, John Dagys, Paul Ryan and Paul Truswell. Also thanks to the partners who will be helping to spread the word including Fourtitude.com, Planet Le Mans, Speed.com, Ten-Tenths.com and Speedhunters.com.
Please read the terms and conditions on the side of the guide. Please do not modify the guide in any way and link back to this page (so people can catch the latest version of the guide) rather than the JPEGS.
Now the serious bit. If you have enjoyed the guide, please consider making a donation to Miles To End Malaria Program.
Highcroft Racing and Malaria No More are partners in the Miles To End Malaria
program, which engages the race community in the global effort to end malaria deaths by raising awareness and funds to provide mosquito nets to people in Africa at risk of malaria. All funds raised through Miles To End Malaria will be used by Malaria No More to purchase long-lasting insecticide-treated mosquito nets for distribution in sub-Saharan Africa.
A simple $10 mosquito net is all it takes to protect children from malaria, a preventable and treatable disease that kills a child in Africa every 30 seconds. Thats 3000 children every 24 Hours.
Miles To End Malaria is inviting race fans to help raise awareness and funds to fight the disease and be a part of the global effort to provide every person at risk in Africa with a mosquito net by the end of 2010. Your gift will help fund programs such as delivering life-saving mosquito nets to at-risk families in Africa and providing education and support for malaria prevention.
More details and donation page at milestoendmalaria.org
Many thanks for your continued support.
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