Legends cast long shadows. Into the future.
I am the 919 Hybrid. Winner at Le Mans, world champion and title defender. I am the racing lab for visionary ideas. Built to prove myself in the world’s toughest long-distance racing series. And to fulfil my own standards in every race. Over and over again.
I will go to the edge to generate new knowledge from my experiences at the limits of performance. So that my winning racing technologies find their way into series production. Because Porsche Motorsport is where every Porsche is born.
All this makes me the trailblazer of our never-ending mission: to build the sports car of the future.
The FIA WEC is considered to be one of the toughest race series in the world. Strict criteria in the areas of efficiency, safety, and sustainability quickly make clear that the focus of the racing series is firmly on aspects of future viability.
In 2017, Porsche is returning to the top class to defend its title as FIA WEC World Champion from 2015 and 2016 with the 919 Hybrid. There at its side: the new 911 RSR. The absolute highlight of the nine world championship races is the legendary 24h of Le Mans.
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