The officials of the Audi Sport TT Cup will be looking back on twelve months of preparation when the new Audi one-make cup debuts at the Hockenheimring on May 2 and 3, 2015.
Recent press releases
A redeeming moment for Audi’s motorsport fans: Exactly 195 days without DTM will be over when another DTM race starts at Hockenheim on Saturday, May 2, at 14.48 after a long winter break – followed by the next one less than 24 hours later.
First victory for the second generation Audi R8 LMS: only seven weeks after its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, Audi Sport Team WRT clinched a one-two with the new GT3 sportscar in the VLN endurance championship at the Nürburgring.
Recent In Brief
Audi has always stood for pioneering achievements. The brand with the four rings was the first automobile manufacturer to win the World Rally Championship in 1982 with a four-wheel drive model, the legendary quattro. And at Le Mans, Audi again turned conventional wisdom upside down. Never before had a marque tried to win the 24-hour race with a diesel engine – the time to do so was ripe in 2006.
Mike Rockenfeller spent a week training in Majorca shortly before the DTM season opener at Hockenheim.
Mike Skeen claimed a podium place during the fourth Pirelli World Challenge race weekend in Birmingham (USA).
The AB Sport Auto team celebrated a class victory with the Audi R8 LMS in the second round of the V de V Endurance Series.
Audi driver Marcel Fässler talks about the forthcoming WEC race at Spa and his outing in the new Audi R8 LMS at Nürburgring.
Before the first DTM race of the 2015 season, Timo Scheider made headlines off the race track. The Audi driver got engaged to his partner of many years and in South Africa survived what is arguably the world’s toughest mountain bike race.
Audi is saddened to learn of the death of J.G. Mal-Voy.
One week before the Spa 6 Hours, René Rast attended a press conference of the FIA World Endurance Championship WEC in Brussels.
A new name for Miguel Molina's Audi RS 5 DTM.
Mattias Ekström is living a dream. In 2015, he would like to use what may be a unique opportunity to win the DTM with Audi and the FIA World Rallycross Championship (World RX) with his privateer Team EKS at the same time.