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Pole, fastest lap, race win and the successful defence of the manufacturers’ title one race before the season finale – Shanghai couldn’t have gone any better for our car #1 and for the whole Porsche Team.
Lucas di Grassi says Audi “didn’t deserve” to win the FIA World Endurance Championship title in its final year of competition, as its R18 cars suffered too many reliability problems.
Mark Webber believes Porsche’s victory in the WEC 6 Hours of Shanghai was a ‘’real demonstration’’ of the German manufacturer’s prowess in sportscar racing.
Porsche secured its fourth FIA World Endurance Championship win in five races in the 6 Hours of Shanghai, but a second place for Toyota ensured the race for the drivers' title goes to the final race in Bahrain.
Mark Webber says teammate Brendon Hartley’s first laptime being deleted for a track limits violation helped the duo take pole for the WEC 6 Hours of Shanghai.
Porsche secured pole position for the WEC 6 Hours of Shanghai, as the combined efforts of Brendon Hartley and Mark Webber were enough for the top spot despite a track limits scare.
The #1 Porsche ended Friday practice for the WEC 6 Hours of Shanghai firmly in command, courtesy of a stunning lap from Brendon Hartley at the very start of the second session.
Brendon Hartley put Porsche on top of the timesheets in first practice for the WEC 6 Hours of Shanghai, the #1 car beating the best of the Audis by just under two tenths of a second.