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Porsche celebrates historic one-two finish at Le Mans

With the 919 Hybrid’s one-two finish at Le Mans last weekend, the works Porsche team secured its 17th victory at the legendary endurance race…

It was the junior team that took the victory – current Formula One star Nico Hulkenberg taking the start on his debut at Le Mans, supported by teammates Earl Bamber and Nick Tandy. Despite strong pressure from the Audis, unscheduled pitstops for them allowed two Porsches, the second driven by Mark Webber, Timo Bernhard and Brendon Hartley, to take the chequered flag. Team boss Friedrich Enzinger said that last year’s technical education had been worth it and that the victory was a great success. Furthermore, during the victory celebration, Porsche boss Matthias Müller announced that the team will return to La Sarthe next year. See you there...

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