Porsche hands over 919 Hybrid mock-up to French automobile club
24 Hours of Le Mans
. An exhibit from Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen arrives in France: On Saturday, 19 September, Fritz Enzinger, Vice President Motorsport at
The 919 Hybrid mock-up is based on a race car from 2016 that was developed and built by the Motorsport department for testing purposes in that racing season. The model consists of original technical parts such as the chassis, brakes and drive unit that were used in the race at the time. The historic motorsport team supplemented the chassis with body parts and applied the Le Mans livery from 2016.
In June 1972, Prof. Dr. Ernst Fuhrmann, engine designer and first CEO of
The Automobile Club de l’Ouest is the largest automobile club in France. It was established in 1906 by automobile manufacturers and enthusiasts and is responsible for the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, among other things.