Porsche announcement Back to 2020 With the departure of the LMP1 at the end of the 2017 World Endurance Championship season, we will be back in the prototype race. Not only will the brand return to Le Mans, but it will also return to IMSA with new rule sharing across the durability category. Penske as a partner Run the LMDh program. Fast forward to today and you can finally see those cars getting publicly on track for the first time.
LMDh is a factory initiative and currently three Volkswagen Group brands are involved in this category.Audi will join Porsche in 2023 and will have many “synergistic effects” Between two prototypes..Lamborghini will arrive In 2024, Perhaps there are quite a few shared technologies as well. In fact, because LMDh is partly a spec series, cars have a lot of technology in common with BMW or Acura entries. Manufacturers can only supply the engine using a chassis from the candidate list of candidate suppliers and a 50 hp electric boost in a hybrid system made entirely of common parts along with the gearbox.
Therefore, LMDh has fascinated many manufacturers, but technically this is not the following: 919 Hybrid Ultimately it will be limited to 500kW (670.5 horsepower). Again, it’s still a Porsche race car, so you can’t sit quietly.
Instead, LMDh is on the Porsche development track in Weissach, with veteran endurance racer Fred Makobiecki taking the wheel. So far, the only video we have is a truck after Makobiecki leaves the pits and hears the engine revs and the MGU’s clear cry from the hybrid system going slow. A short clip showing how quickly you pass by. Return to the pit.
Porsche promised more to come soon and looks like a complete garage crew, ensuring that you were doing much more than they took LMDh for a shakedown can. This is a full-fledged athletics event, as Porsche is not doing early testing, as Penske’s operational partnership is already underway. I’m looking forward to the in-flight video.
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