The 24-hour Le Mans race is touted as the most famous race in the world and they have been running this race since 1923. You have three game modes. The first is Le Mans Mode. Your objective is to complete more laps in a 24-hour period than any other racer. Do you have the guts to try it? You will have a choice between two GT2 cars. If you are playing in Amateur mode, your card will not sustain damage, but it does in Professional mode. In this mode, you are in a life-like simulation of the race so you probably won't survive a pile up. In Championship Mode, faster cars are unlocked if you were successful in winning races. Now you might be asking yourself, 24 hours sure is a long time to play a game, but do not fear. You can choose the time period, and if you do choose the 24-hour mode, it can be compressed to a time that you choose. You can also choose to qualify for your race. The better you do, the better your position during the rolling start. If you choose not to qualify, you will start at the back. In Arcade Mode, you have three options: Challenge, Time Attack, and Practice. Practice is a good place to start. In Challenge Mode, you race to win. Winning gets you closer to the cup - win all the cups, unlock new challenge cups. Time attack is just what it says. You are trying to be the fastest car with the best time. Do that and you when the cup. In Practice Mode, you can race any of the tracks that you have unlocked, with any of the cars that you have unlocked, but there is no Championship progression. In Championship Mode, you are racing a season of predetermined races. You are rewarded points for each race, depending on your performance. To win you must have the most points.