Sven Hannawald looks forward to his next motorsport adventure. The former world-class ski jumper completed a test prior to racing in the Audi Sport TT Cup at the Audi test track in Neuburg.
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Following the final tests before the DTM season opener at Hockenheim (May 2/3), the situation, pre-season, continues to be packed with suspense. While Audi most recently set the pace in the tests at Estoril, Oschersleben presented a different picture: the fastest times went to its rivals.
A new challenge with changed regulations: four Audi customer teams – including the 2014 runners-up – will start the new French GT Championship season at Lédenon next weekend (April 18 to 19).
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Audi customer team Sébastien Loeb Racing started the 2015 French GT Championship season in fine form.
The WEC race at Spa-Francorchamps marks the beginning of a new stage in René Rast’s motorsport career, as the German will be contesting his first race in an R18 e-tron quattro for Audi. During the WEC opening round at Silverstone, Rast watched his team-mates in action.
Two weeks before the start of the Audi Sport TT Cup, preparations for the new Audi one-make cup are now on the ‘finish straight.’
At Le Castellet, Audi has achieved another important milestone before heading to the Le Mans 24 Hours.
On selecting ’99,’ Mike Rockenfeller has picked the highest car number of all drivers for the 2015 DTM – and if the Audi driver had his way, he’d soon have the lowest one again, namely the champion’s number ‘1.’
Adrien Tambay (Audi RS 5 DTM), following the last day of the three-day DTM test at Oschersleben.
In 37 years, not a single American team had won at Le Mans until, in 2005, the Audi customer team ADT Champion Racing, in spite of being in a near-hopeless position, ended this barren spell with the Audi R8.
Mattias Ekström (Red Bull Audi RS 5 DTM #5), following day two of the three-day DTM test at Oschersleben.
“Really great racing.” “A thriller.” “Arguably the greatest show in WEC history.” “Awesome duel.” Following the spectacular opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in which the new Audi R18 e-tron quattro took victory last Sunday, the media were euphoric.
Nico Müller (Audi Financial Services Audi RS 5 DTM #51), following day one of the three-day DTM test at Oschersleben.