The Technical Department of the FIA World Endurance Championship has published the Balance of Performance valid for the 6h of Monza which will be held this weekend.
The fourth event of the 2022 season is staged on the Temple of Speed and the big news will be the debut of the Peugeot 9X8 in the Hypercar Class, for the first time against Toyota, Glickenhaus and Alpine.
According to the bulletin, the prototype of the Leone will be about 1079kg, with a power per stint of 909MJ and activation of the hybrid system that will bring the traction to be integral from 150km / h and up. The maximum peak will instead be 515kW (691CV).
For the other cars, on the other hand, comparisons can be made with respect to what was communicated for the 24h of Le Mans a month ago, with the Toyota GR010 Hybrids that increase by 1kg to 1071 in total, but also the power that is now at 905MJ and maintaining the activation of the hybrid at 190km / h, peaking at 513kW (688CV).
Glickenhaus 007 LMH
Photo by: Cameron Glickenhaus stable
The Glickenhaus 007 LMH remains at 1030kg, but with an increase in power per stint to 921MJ, which also applies to the Alpine A480-Gibson LMP1 – heavily penalized in France, as you will remember – still at 952kg, but at 795MJ from the 753MJ that they had been given to la Sarthe. The peak of the old LMP1 prepared by the Signatech Team is 428kW (574CV).
In the LMGTE PRO class, the Ferrari 488s will weigh 1255kg, with a fuel tank capacity increased to 95 liters and a 0.06 BAR increase in power.
The weight is the same for the Corvette C8.R tuned by Pratt & Miller with a 97 liter tank, while the Porsche 911 RSR-19 are at 1264kg and will have a 102 liter tank.
Even in the LMGTE AM Class, the Ferraris can see the capacity of the tank increase to 92 liters, as well as receiving +0.04 BAR in the boost of the turbo, with a base weight of 1265kg.
The Aston Martin Vantages will weigh 1237kg and 89 liters of fuel in the tank, 10 less than the Porsche, which will have 30.3mm restrictors and run around 1274kg.
For the Aston of TF Sport (# 33) and NorthWest AMR (# 98), and for the Porsche of GR Racing (# 86) and Dempsey-Proton (# 77) the additional weights will be applied depending on the results obtained recently, as provides for the regulation.
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