Honda TT Legends teamster Simon Andrews has admitted to being a little nervous ahead of this weekend's World Endurance season-ending Le Mans 24-Hour in France.
But the Evesham man says he is going to enjoy the experience of another 24-hour race on a track he says he enjoys racing around while team-mate Michael Rutter will make his debut on the legendary track.
"It’s great to be back with the team and I’m really looking forward to the weekend. We obviously haven’t done a 24-hour race since the Bol d’Or so I’m definitely feeling a little nervous, but I just want to enjoy the experience and enjoy the race. I really like the circuit and we’ve got a good amount of track time before the race so overall we’re feeling pretty positive," said Andrews.
Rutter added: "I actually ended up doing the Bol d’Or 24-hour with National Motos after being drafted in at the last minute and despite all my nerves about it I actually really enjoyed it, so I’m looking forward to the race here at Le Mans. I’ve not ridden here before but we’ve got today and tomorrow to get familiarised before we get into qualifying. There’s a positive feeling in the team and we all just want to bring home a good result to end the year well.