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6 tracks, 6 records.

One car: The Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. The most powerful Panamera of all time.

One driver: Porsche Test and Development Driver Lars Kern. A regular on the Nuerburgring – he knows a thing or two about setting lap records.

Six FIA approved race tracks: Bahrain International Circuit, Yas Marina Circuit, Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, Buddh International Circuit, Dubai Autodrome and Losail International Circuit.

The challenge: To set the benchmark lap record for the fastest luxury four door hybrid sedan – at all six FIA race tracks.

Watch each of the lap record films to see how we got on.

Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain

Located in the Sakhir desert, BIC is home to the FIA World Endurance Championships, Six Hours of Bahrain. Its GP circuit measures 5.412km and has fourteen turns.

Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE

One of the most technologically advanced circuits in the world. Yas Marina Circuit boasts twenty-one twisting turns and the longest straight of the Formula 1® calendar.

Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, Johannesburg, South Africa

Considered by many to be the home of motor racing in South Africa, Porsche won the very first race at Kyalami in 1961. The Grand Prix circuit features fast sweeping sections and tight technical corners.

Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, India

Measuring 5.13km long with sixteen turns and multiple elevations, Buddh International Circuit is best known for the Formula 1® Indian Grand Prix.

Dubai Autodrome, Dubai, UAE

Completed in 2004, Dubai Autodrome includes an FIA sanctioned 5.39km circuit with sixteen exacting and very technical corners.

Losail Interantional Circuit, Doha, Qatar

Located to the north of Doha, Losail international Circuit boasts a combination of 16 medium and high speed corners, and a main straight measuring just over 1km.

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