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    By Audi Media

    Audi looks at a good interim tally. In the FIA World Endurance Championship that has been held since 2012, the brand has now clinched 13 victories in 20 races. The most recent success at Austin (USA) marked the turnaround in the battle for the title and Audi, for the first time this season, took the lead in the manufacturers’ classification. The team is aiming to further extend this advantage in WEC round five at Fuji (Japan) on October 12

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    By Kris Hansen

    We were treated to an epic Audi centric weekend in Austin, where we had the opportunity to sample the new Audi S3, celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Audi Club of America,  as well as spend an entire day at the Circuit of the Americas for the TUSCC and WEC races. To say it was []

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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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    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 R18 e-tron quattro is the most complex race car created in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm to date. This not only applies to the mechanics. The electronics of the most recent LMP1 race car with the four rings is more sophisticated than ever before