What happens when you build a car that is so good that, within the rules, you dominate the field? That appears to be exactly what Porsche did with the 919. 20 Pole-Positions, 17 race victories, 6 World Championship titles, and three overall victories at Le Mans. When you've won big, what do you do for an encore?\r\n\r\nYou throw out the rule book and remake history, of course. Porsche appears to be gunning for the all-time record books now. Think Stefan Bellof's virtually unassailable N\u00fcrburgring time of 6:11.13 in 1983 (also set in a Porsche, a 956). Think of the\u00a01:05.786 set at Laguna Seca by\u00a0veteran\u00a0scuderia\u00a0test driver and\u00a0Le Mans\u00a0winner Marc Gen\u00e9, behind the wheel of the Ferrari F2003-GA in 2012 (site of this year's upcoming Rennsport Reunion V...).\u00a0\r\n\r\nWhat can the 919 do when it's let completely off the chain, given better ground effects, and a wing that would be illegal in normal WEC spec? I don't know about you, but I'm eager to find out.