These clips are awesome - Porsche 919 Hybrid ripping around Monza. Aren't cars supposed to slow down around turns? Believe it or not, the combustion engine inside the 919 is only a 2.0l 4-cylinder. Throughout Porsche's entire Motorsport history, they have always been known to have smaller engines than their competitors. In fact, Porsche's nickname in the 1960's was "the giant killer" as they routinely won races against competitors with much larger engines - but engine size isn't everything. Despite the smaller engines, Porsche won races because their cars were lighter, more agile, more reliable and the handling was second to none. This ideology has stayed with Porsche throughout its entire history. Just look at the former 919 counterpart at Audi: the R18 had a 4.0l V6 Turbo diesel for its combustion engine - twice the size of Porsche's 2 liter 4-cyl. Of course, like all WEC cars, the 919 is a hybrid, so the total power output is reportedly near 1000hp. Video credit: @nm2255 He's got a great YouTube page too... check it out.