#92, Porsche Motorsport, Porsche 911 RSR,LMGTE Pro, driven by: Michael Christensen, Kevin Estre, Laurens Vanthoor on 17/06/2018 at the 24H of Le Mans, 2018
On 21 March, the Le Mans entry list for 2019 was revealed for the 24-hour race which is to be held on 15-16 June. Just as in 2018, no less than ten 911 RSRs will be in action, with the potential for that number swelling to twelve if the two 911s on the Reserve list are moved up into contention as a result of other teams not taking up their places.
This year there will again be four 911s in the GTE Pro class with six cars in the GTE Am class, so Porsche enthusiasts are in for a treat again in the summer. The 2018 GTE Pro winners, Christensen/Estre/Vanthoor will once again be driving their #92 Porsche while last year’s second placed trio, Lietz/Bruni/Makowiecki, will be in the #91 car. Winners of the GTE Am class in 2018, Ried/Campbell/Andlauer will likely be piloting the #77 Porsche 911 RSR.
2019 Grand Marshal to be Hurley Haywood
Seasoned endurance racing veteran, Hurley Haywood, has agreed to serve as Grand Marshal at the 2019 Super Season finale. The American driver, born on 4 May 1948, has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three times (1977 – Porsche 936/77, 1983 – Porsche 956 and 1994 – Porsche Dauer 962 Le Mans), and he was also on the podium in 1978 and 1982. Haywood has also won the Rolex 24 at Daytona five times and the 12 Hours of Sebring twice, so the 2019 field will be in safe hands. Among his other duties, the Grand Marshal will also set the pace during the formation lap before the start of the race.
The 2019 Le Mans 24 Hour race will bring down the curtain on the WEC Super Season, the first double-season to be held by the organisers in which the Le Mans 24-hour race has featured twice in the same season.
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