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Porsche driver Timo Bernhard behind the wheel completed the notorious circuit in 5min 19.545sec – shattering Stefan Bellof’s 1983 lap record of 6min 11.13sec. The record was achieved in a 919 Evo – based on Porsche’s successful Le Mans 24 Hours racer, which won the 24-hour event last year before the firm withdrew from endurance racing. Porsche and Bernhard broke the record earlier today, with a time of 5min 24.375sec, but a subsequent attempt smashed the record once again. Full article here

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2018 Porsche 911 RSR racing cars.

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