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Porsche, Audi Partner with Markham Headquartered Multimatic for LMDh Chassis

Porsche and Audi will both build their LMDh cars around a Multimatic LMP2 chassis when the brands make their return to top-flight sportscar racing, including the Le Mans 24 Hours, in 2023.
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As part of the new LMDh ruleset that will replace the existing DPi regulations in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and run alongside Le Mans Hypercars in the FIA World Endurance Championship, manufacturers are given the option of partnering with one of the four approved LMP2 chassis manufacturers: Oreca, Multimatic, Dallara and Ligier.

Porsche, which announced earlier this month that its programmes in both WEC and IMSA will run in collaboration with renowned racing team Penske, has now confirmed it has chosen Multimatic’s next-generation LMP2 chassis as the basis of the car that will succeed the wildly-successful 919 Hybrid as its flagship Le Mans contender.

Full Article: motorsports.com