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Romain Dumas | Porsche's winning formula

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Le Mans veteran Romain Dumas joins the Motor Sport podcast to discuss all things Porsche, from his early beginnings, a learned love for Porsche and his conquering of multiple disciplines.

From Pikes Peak to fighting with Audi across Europe and the US to a Dakar ambition, Dumas' enthusiasm for racing makes for a compelling listen.

Plus, he gives his thoughts on the future of the World Endurance Championship and why Formula E might not be the way forward many make it out to be.


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