Porsche Motorsport has new liveries for their Le Mans GT cars. The #91 & #92 Porsche 911 RSRs will run with a design to honour their FIA World Endurance Championship manufacturers’ title.
The Porsche factory team that competes in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship will be wrapped in the design of the famous Brumos team. The pair of 911s have already run using the red, white and blue colours at the first couple of rounds of the season at Daytona and Sebring.
Brumos won the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1973, 1975, 1978 and 2009. Brumos Racing is famously linked to the racing driver, Hurley Haywood. Haywood won Le Mans three times and is still considered to be one of the best drivers to have raced at La Sarthe.
Porsche Motorsport boss Fritz Enzinger said, “The gold paintwork on the two 911 RSR racers from the WEC symbolises the early win of the world title for manufacturers, which is something we’re very proud of.”
“The Brumos design is one of the most famous and popular vehicle liveries in motor racing. This year this finish celebrates its Le Mans debut. In 2018, our cars sported a special design and yielded us a brilliant double victory at Le Mans. We hope to achieve a similar result this year.”
Porsche will race at the 87th edition of the world’s toughest automobile race with four works 911s. 2018 winners Laurens Vanthoor, Michael Christensen and Kévin Estre, will drive the #92 machine.
Frédéric Makowiecki, Richard Lietz and Italian ace Gianmaria Bruni will drive the #91 sister car in the GTE-Pro class. The affable Kiwi, Earl Bamber will share the #93 Porsche with Patrick Pilet and Nick Tandy.
German works driver Sven Müller shares the # 94 cockpit with Porsche Young Professionals Mathieu Jaminet and the Norwegian Dennis Olsen.