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    By Audi Media

    Audi has won the world’s toughest GT3 race at Spa. In the battle of eleven marques and 60 participants, the R8 LMS ultra prevailed for the third time in four years in the classic race in the Ardennes that celebrated its 90th anniversary this year. The Belgian Audi Club Team WRT took victory in its home round with the driver trio Laurens Vanthoor/René Rast/Markus Winkelhock (B/D/D). Rast and Winkelhock had previously achieved victory with Audi at the Nürburgring together with two other team-mates

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    Haase/Mamerow/Rast/Winkelhock win Nürburgring 24 Hours Triumph in the Eifel just one week after Le Mans success Audi R8 LMS ultra achieves new distance record Ingolstadt/Nürburg – Audi has won the Nürburgring 24 Hours exactly one week following the brand’s 13th success in the Le Mans 24 Hours. Phoenix Racing with the Audi R8 LMS ultra [...]

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    By Paul Miller Racing

    Visit Paul Miller Audi on July 19th for a one of a kind racing experience with the Paul Miller Racing Team! Heart-stopping exhilaration. Hair-pin turns. Pedal-to-the-floor speed. Enjoy all of this and more on Saturday, July 19th at Paul Miller Audi, 179 U.S. 46, Parsippany, NJ 07054. Celebrating 38 years in business and 10 years [...]

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    By Audi Media

    •   Podium positions also in the USA, Japan and the Netherlands •   Audi driver Rockenfeller visits Schaeffler plant •   Edoardo Mortara about the DTM race at Budapest Ingolstadt, June 1, 2014 – The fans not only got to see thrilling motorsport at the DTM round at Budapest or the official test day at Le Mans. Audi customer teams [...]

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    By Audi Media

    The Audi R8 LMS Cup is about to start its third season. With 24 entrants in the field it is more popular than ever and with a new push-to-pass system offers even more overtaking maneuvers than before. Among others, the driver line-up includes the Swiss Rahel Frey, the former Macau GP winner André Couto and young talents such as Aidan Wright from Australia and Matt Solomon from HongKong. The series features twelve rounds on six race weekends