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Porsche has today revealed plans for a factory-backed works team to compete in the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship starting in season six. As part of a new strategy and realignment of Porsche’s existing motorsport programme, the German manufacturer has committed to join Formula E from the 2019/20 season. Alejandro Agag, Founder & CEO of Formula E, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Porsche to the FIA Formula E Championship. If somebody told me when we started this project five years ago, that we’d be announcing a partnership with a brand like Porsche, I wouldn’t have believed it. To have a name like Porsche in Formula E, with all it represents in terms of racing and heritage - and in terms of sport cars - is an inflexion point in our quest to change the public perception about electric cars. The electric revolution continues, and Formula E remains the championship for that revolution.” FIA President Jean Todt, added: “Porsche is a brand which has a fantastic history in motorsport, and its intention to join the FIA Formula E Championship alongside so many of the world’s biggest car manufacturers is very positive. It’s clear that the hard work done to create a relevant laboratory for developing electric vehicle technologies has been successful, and I look forward to seeing Formula E continue to be a place of great sporting competition as well as innovation. I’m very happy that Porsche is coming to Formula E, but I regret their decision to leave the World Endurance Championship.” “Entering Formula E and achieving success in this category are the logical outcomes of our Mission E road car programme. The growing freedom for in-house technology developments makes Formula E attractive to us,” added Michael Steiner, Member of the Executive Board for Research and Development at Porsche AG. “Porsche is working with alternative, innovative drive concepts. For us, Formula E is the ultimate competitive environment for driving forward the development of high-performance vehicles in areas such as environmental friendliness, efficiency and sustainability.” #Porsche #formulae #electric #future #race #Fiaformulae #racecar @Porsche @porsche_gb @fiaformulae

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@Regrann from @porsche_newsroom - Everything on Green racing! 😐🚄🚘 From 2019, a Porsche works team will compete in Formula E. As a result, the company will be ending its involvement in the LMP1 class of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) at the end of the 2017 season. Porsche maintains its focus on international GT racing, and will also concentrate its motorsport strategy on using the 911 RSR in the GT class of the FIA World Endurance Championship, the highlight of which is the 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as the American IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and other long-distance classics. More about the new motorsport strategy: newsroom.porsche.com // article: Porsche planning to enter Formula E #porsche #porschenews #porschenewsroom #formulae #electromobility #electric #fullyelectric #higherperformance #enviromentalfriendly #efficiency #sustainability #racing #mobility #racecar #porscheraces - #regrann

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#flashbackfriday Porsche Turbo S, pace car utilizado en la puntuable pasada de Automovilismo, que por cierto se correrá la próxima fecha Gran Premio Yokohama el domingo 6 del mes próximo. Por ahí viene Agosto y con el se estarán corriendo varios eventos todos los fines de semana. Estén atentos a los detalles más adelante 👍😆 . #fotorazine #by #pedrozc 📷 @pedrorazine

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