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    With a ‘warm-up’ at the Competence Center Motorsport in Neuburg, Audi Sport officially opened the 2015 motorsport season. On Thursday, about 70 members of international media from 12 nations including China and Russia, experienced an exclusive tour of the new racing department and the first joint appearance of the four Audi racing projects, LMP, DTM, GT racing and the Audi Sport TT Cup

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    Circuit de Catalunya focused on the Audi Sport TT Cup for two days 18 international talents cover nearly 7,700 kilometers Project Leader Rolf Michl: “Drivers did an outstanding job” Ingolstadt/Barcelona – The 18 permanent entrants of the new Audi Sport TT Cup have completed the initial track tests. On the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain, []

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    About 3,600 kilometers for the Audi RS 5 DTM at Portimão Ekström, Müller and Rockenfeller perform three-day test Basic set-up worked out for the 2015 season Ingolstadt/Portimão – Audi Sport spent three days of testing the Audi RS 5 DTM on the race track at Portimão (Portugal), gathering valuable data for the 2015 DTM season []

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    Ingolstadt/Portimão – The number of test days permitted in the DTM are strictly limited – which makes the task that Mattias Ekström and Mike Rockenfeller must complete from March 2-4 in Portuguese Portimão even more important: about two months before the 2015 DTM season starts, Audi Sport puts two RS 5 DTM test cars through []

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    In ten weeks from now, the ‘DTM 2015’ project will begin in earnest for the Audi squad. On May 2, the first in a total of 18 races of the new season will be held at the Hockenheimring. Audi’s mission for 2015: to defend the manufacturers’ title in the internationally popular touring car racing series and to bring the drivers’ title back home to Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm