Its been a busy few months with liveries and Spotter Guides galore. Sadly that has resulted in a lack of updates on Andy Blackmore Design. Fear not, for the 2018 WeatherTech Le Mans Spotter Guide is available to download for free on sister site. SpotterGuides.com
The guide features all 60 entries with a huge list of info on each car down to driver grades and social media handles. The guide has been update throughout race week, which ensures this is the most up to date entry list and guide online. You can download the guides here
I also produce the official Spotter Guides for IMSA (WeatherTech, Continental, Porsche GT3 Cup USA and Prototype Challenge) and for the Lamborghini Super Trofeo championships in Europe and North America. All available for free on SpotterGuides.com
I will be bringing this site up to date during the summer months, so check back for 18months of liveries!
Thank you to everyone who supported and downloaded the Nissan 24 Heures du Mans Spotter Guide during the past couple of weeks.
Despite an attempt of a competitor to produce a rival guide (which ultimately failed to be released!) we broke all records on SpotterGuides.com for total number of downloads in a single day, before AND then during the race, beating our total 2012 downloads before the race and increasing our downloads by 20% at time of publication.
The biggest, most detailed Spotter Guide produced, the 2013 edition of the 24 Heures du Mans, sponsored by Nissan, is now online to download. Version 1 of the guide is available for those travelling to the event for Scrutineering. The guide will then be updated early next week, so pop back them if you don’t leave for a few days.
The Nissan 24 Heures du Mans Spotter Guide is bigger than ever with an extra resource page with circuit map, current WEC points, timetable and useful links. On the main guide pages, we have the usual car and team info, including Tyres, Fuel, Class and Engine. New for 2013 are FIA/ACO Driver Grading icons and Le Mans garage numbers.