2019's final WEC round

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Porsche is aiming to end 2019 on a high as it prepares for the Bahrain round of the WEC. This year, for the first time, the race is eight hours long and, with contrasting temperatures between day and dusk, plenty of sand blowing across the track and Bahrain's 15 turns, tyre wear will be critical. Porsche currently heads both the manufacturers' and drivers' standings in the championship and is keen to maintain that lead into 2020. In the GTE-Am classification, three customer teams field a total of five Porsche 911 RSR in last year’s spec at the long-distance race in the Gulf region.

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