24 HOURS OF LE MANS PRACTICE UPDATE

The Nissan DeltaWing has completed its first official practice session at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Marino Franchitti, Satoshi Motoyama and Michael Krumm all getting laps behind the wheel.

The team experienced some early electrical, turbo and differential gremlins but finished the session strong with Motoyama recording a series of fast laps - eventually dropping the time down to 3 minutes, 43.676 seconds.

Marino Franchitti started the session on the same Michelin tires used at the test day two weeks earlier.

Both Motoyama and Krumm got to try fresh Michelin's later in the session.

Next up is the first qualifying sessions which runs from 10pm to midnight. Each driver in every car needs to complete three "night" laps to qualify for the race.

Fans can listen to the thoughts of Franchitti, Krumm and Motoyama - in English, German and Japanese - by clicking on the links below.