PORSCHE 919 hybrid n.1
The Porsche 919 hybrid n.1 with the lead Timo Bernhard, Mark Webber and Brandon Hartley in 2016 was to defend the 2015 World Championship Endurance victory, and to seek the victory escaped the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2015 and won by the twin car.
The 2016 Porsche 919 hybrid is the third evolution of the initial design of 2014 is part of the LMP1-H prototype category, has two engines: a thermal fueled petrol, flanked by an electric powered by a lithium ion battery. The Porsche 919 hybrid uses two energy recovery systems, from exhaust gases and braking.
The thermal engine, a 90 cc V4 of 2000 cc, supercharged by a turbocharger, is capable of delivering a power of 370 kW. While the hybrid system brought to the Porsche 8 MJ transmitted a power of 290 kw to the front.
The chassis of the Porsche 919 hybrid is a monocoque made of carbon fiber.
Despite being the favorite for the Le Mans 24-hour victory, the Porsche 919 hybrid n.1 had a problem during the race and forced the car to a long stop. The recovery attempt failed, and I crossed the finish line in thirteenth position to 38 laps from the sister car, the Porsche n.2, winner of a race that saw yet another defeat of the Toyota, which lost the race due to a technical problem three minutes from the end while he was largely in the lead.
Composite fibre construction made of carbon fibres with a honeycomb aluminium core.
Length: 4650 mm
Width: 1900 mm
Height: 1050 mm
Brakes:Hydraulic dual-circuit brake system, light-alloy mono bloc brake callipers, internally vented carbon fibre rear and front brake discs, brake force distribution settings can be set progressively by the driver
Porsche 2000 V4 90° Turbo Hybrid
Power: greater of 370 kW (greater of 500 hp)
Hybrid: Lithium-ion battery
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive, all wheel drive via KERS on the front axle.
Transmission: Sequential, hydraulically activated seven speed sequential racing transmission
Differential: Rear differential lock
Transmission housing: Hybrid construction in CFRP with titanium inserts and cast aluminium housing
Tank Capacity: 62,5 lt
Fuel Type: Petrol
Thirteenth at the 24 hours of Le Mans 2016 with drivers Timo Bernhard, Mark Webber, Brendon Hartley
Race winner: 6 hour of Nurburgring 2016, 6 hour of Mexico 2016, 6 hour of America 2016, 6 hour of Shangai 2016