14 of June 2015. The Porsche 919 Hybrid #19 crossed the finish line of the Circuit de La Sarthe. Earl Bamber, Nick Tandy and Nico Hülkenberg made history by reaching the victory in the 83 ° edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. A triumph that not only was the moral victory of Porsche over the projects of Audi and Toyota in LMP1, but the reward of three years of work by its technical team. Three debutants got the victory in Le Mans, and the trio formed by Timo Bernhard, Brendon Hartley and Mark Webber closed the double German.
395 laps of nerves, maneuvers to the limit, strategy and rhythm that Porsche has wanted to put in relief, since the triumph at the 24 Hours of Le Mans is nothing more than the tip of the iceberg. A triumph in the media and glorious, but that was also the turning point towards the title of World Champions of Resistance. The palpable image of hours and hours of work that the signing of Stuttgart has wanted to reflect and let us know in a documentary called ‘Our Return’. Reasons not to are missing, because not every day there is occasion to sum the seventeenth victory in Le Mans.
In the final analysis, Porsche is back in the Endurance World, and after winning Le Mans allows us to enjoy his victory with a one-hour documentary on that account all the progress to the triumph of Bamber, Tandy and Hülkenberg. After seeing this documentary-in English – only I can advise to book an hour of your life to be able to see it. The preseason is long and can be the prior perfect to go warming up the engines ahead of the season 2016 WEC.