Almost contractually we are obliged to open with the fact that Porsche has won Le Mans 24 hours straight 19 times, leaving them ahead of Audi (13) and Ferrari (9). This bus is the car that must touch the magic number 20. You look at the Porsche 963 LMDh model.
The actual match of the Porsche 963 LMDh race is in the year 2023, but the team will practice ‘non-competitive clothing training’ in a hybrid model in the WEC final round in Bahrain later this year. So for Bacon and beans, but do not be surprised if this Porsche makes it very difficult for the competition.
Dimensions Porsche 963 LMDh
The only technical information that has been provided is the power of 681 hp and that the chassis comes from Multimatic. The engine is a 4.6-liter biturbo V8 from Porsche itself, which is based on the phenomenal 918 Spyder. The engine itself shares DNA with the RS Spyder race car from the 1990s. The hybrid element of the power train comes from Bosch, Williams Advanced Engineering and Xtrac.
This structure is inspired by the ‘original winning books 956 and 962 of the eighties’. The continuous rear lights on the Porsche 963 LMDh are the current 911 signal. The Porsche 963 LMDh complies with WEC and IMSA regulations, which means that the car can compete in 24 Hours, 12 Hours of Sebring and of course Le Mans. .itaidiidi. Four 963 are being built in partnership with Team Penske and nearly 8,000 pilot kilometers have already been operated in the first half of 2022.
Porsche is confident
“Our new Porsche 963 LMDh should develop a legacy of story models such as 917, 935, 956, 962 and 919,” said Thomas Laudenbach, vice president of Porsche Motorsport. “I’m sure we will be well-organized when it comes to technology and we have also created team structures to put us at a disadvantage in this exciting competition between many producers and different concepts.”