|Free Practice 1||P3 – 1:26.948|
|Free Practice 2||P2 – 1:26.058|
|Free Practice 3||P1 – 1:25.387|
|Qualifying||P4 – 1:25.400|
|Race||P1 – 25 points|
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez hosted its inaugural FIA World Endurance Championship race which proved to be action packed from start to finish. Brendon started the race and managed to pass both the sister Porsche and the #7 Audi to take second place behind the #8 Audi. The leading Audi then locked up and hit the barriers just after the first hour point allowing Mark through, who had taken over driving duties of the #1 car. The close battle with the #8 ended when they suffered from a broken wheel bearing all but ending their chances of a result. Despite a scare in the closing laps of the race for Timo, who tapped the barrier after being caught out in the wet conditions, Mark and his teammates went on to win their second race in a row and become the first winners of the 6 Hours of Mexico.
The two Porsche 919 Hybrids will start from the first and second rows of the grid for the fifth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship in Mexico City….
Porsche enjoyed a busy and trouble free beginning to the Mexico race weekend with the two 919 Hybrids. The first day of the fifth round of the FIA World…