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    By Audi Media

    Following its 13th victory at Le Mans, Audi is aiming to also grab the lead of the standings in the next round of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in North America. Before the fourth race of the season at Austin, Texas, on Saturday, September 20, World Champions Audi are trailing challenger Toyota by exactly one point in the manufacturers’ championship. In America, Audi is again meeting with its two fiercest rivals each having led laps at Le Mans in June

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    Audi takes one-two win in world’s most important endurance race 13th success for Audi in 16 runs at Le Mans Rupert Stadler: “A fantastic achievement by the whole squad” Ingolstadt/Le Mans – In front of nearly 300,000 spectators, Audi continued its unique string of victories in the Le Mans 24 Hours. In the 82nd running [...]

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    By Kris Hansen

    In order to win, first you must finish. Going into this year’s 24 hours, Audi was on paper a decided underdog. We say on paper because in previous encounters with their chief rivals Toyota and Porsche, the Audi R18 e-tron quattros showed decidedly slower in many cases than the others. The Audi squad faced teething [...]

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    By Audi Media

    Le Mans: No. 1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro ready to run again Audi in grid positions five, six and seven Loïc Duval released from hospital Ingolstadt/Le Mans – Audi has won a ‘race before the race’ in the Le Mans 24 Hours. Following the serious accident on Wednesday, the mechanics of Audi Sport Team Joest [...]

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    By Audi Media

    Accident of Loïc Duval overshadows first qualifying day Audi R18 e-tron quattro #1 will be prepared again from scratch overnight First qualifying stopped early following accidents Ingolstadt/Le Mans – Numerous incidents and red flags marked the first qualifying day for the Le Mans 24 Hours. After a shortened first qualifying session, Audi Sport Team Joest [...]