With 19 general victories, Porsche is the most successful manufacturer to ever contend in Le Mans – a file it will want to keep with its new LMDh prototype racer.
“We can continue on this custom with an LMDh car though at the exact same time keeping expenses reasonable,” said Fritz Enzinger, Vice President at Porsche Motorsport. “There has been enormous fascination from other brands. I hope we can choose up in which we still left off with the renowned clashes from lots of other marques in the nineteen eighties and 90s. That would give the entire motor racing scene a enormous improve.”
Porsche won’t be by yourself in the endeavor, though, as Audi Sport will also be moving into the LMDh classes before long, in addition to its electrical exploits in the Dakar Rally.