Reviews Porsche's Formula E commitment: "Have no intention of leaving the series"
First Porsche 911 S Targa In Germany Restored To Factory New Condition
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Whenout of the blue , a tremor shook the relatively young formula series, which will be awarded a world championship title for the first time in 2021. Despite the bad news from the two brands, Porsche has committed to the championship and made it clear that the brand will continue to compete in the series.
"What do the exits mean for us? We're continuing on our way," says Carlo Wiggers, Head of Team Management and Business Relations at Porsche Motorsport. "We are in our second season and we have no intention of leaving the championship. We want to be there because it is the right place for us and we will fight for the title."
"The battle for range makes no sense": Porsche head of development considers 400 kilometers to be sufficient
How long does an electric car have to be able to drive before it can be charged? The range is one of the most important key figures in electromobility. The fear of constantly having to hang on to the charging station still plays a major role among car customers. This is one of the reasons why there is real competition among manufacturers for the greatest range.
The Porsche puller still mourns the two manufacturers afterwards: "Losing two competitors in a young championship like the, which is only six to seven years old, is sad. We would like to continue against Audi and BMW compete in this championship. "
The decisions of the brands are not a big problem for Formula E, adds Wiggers. "From a championship standpoint, it's a different perspective. It's sad to lose it, but manufacturers come and go in these products and championships. It's a very young product that is only seven years old."
Wiggers still sees Formula E as a growth market even without Audi and BMW: "It will continue to grow. The competition is still there. The competition is harder than in any other FIA World Championship." That is why Porsche would like to continue series production in the Gen3 era,.
Porsche-LMDh from 2023 in Le Mans, WEC and IMSA
© Porsche The futuristic LMDh is to fight for the 20th overall Porsche victory in Le Mans Porsche makes LMDh! From 2023, the long-established manufacturer will again drive for overall victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Porsche enters the LMP1 successor category in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and the IMSA SportsCar Championship. It has not yet been determined whether this will mean an end to the GTE factory program. ( LMH, LMDh, GTE and Co.
The brand will start in the 2021 season withand Andre Lotterer, the former having loaded the first points into the team's points account in Saudi Arabia. Wehrlein came with the and and thus collected eleven points. After the first two runs, he is now in tenth place overall. Lotterer was less fortunate and missed the points in both races in Riyadh.
Team 75 Bernhard Sets Fittje Porsche Cup Full Eating Animal to the .
Dylan Pereira is new teammate from Jannes Fittje in the ADAC GT Masters 2021 - The Team 75 Bernhard brings a real junior team at the start The second driver's pairing at the Team 75 Bernhard is fixed : In addition to Christian Engelhart and Thomas Preining , Jannes Fittje and Dylan Pereira will be launched for the team of the three-time Le-Mans winner and long-distance world champion Timo Bernhard. The pairing is a very hot candidate on the junior title in the ADAC GT Masters 2021.