• 11Jul 2004

    24 Hours at Le Mans

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    July 11, 2004 Article and photos by: John Stahmann Audi did it again! 1-2-3! This year the overall winning entry was the Audi Sport Japan Team Goh car #5 piloted by Tom Kristensen, Seiji Ara, and Rinaldo `Dindo’ Capello. This ties Tom Kristensen with Jacky Ickx who held the record for most victories by a [...]

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    July 3, 2004 Source: Audi Sport After the Le Mans 24 Hours, the Sebring 12 Hours, the “Petit Le Mans” at Road Atlanta and the 1000-kilometre races at Spa and Monza the Audi R8 has won another classic motorsport event: Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx secured Audi a 1-2 victory in the Nürburgring 1000-kilometre race. [...]

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    July 3, 2004 Source: Audi Sport After an exciting final qualifying session at the revival of the Nürburgring 1000-kilometere race, the three Audi R8 sports cars will start from the first two rows of the grid. Fastest Audi driver in final qualifying was Pierre Kaffer who lives at Burgbrohl close to the Nürburgring. The Audi [...]

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    July 2, 2004 Source: Audi Canada AJAX, ON, July 2 /CNW/ – Audi Canada sales totalled 589 new units for June 2004, compared with 681 units in June 2003, a decrease of 13.5%. This total comprised: 62 A4 and S4 Cabriolets, 101 A6s, 38 Allroads, 20 A8 and S8s, 19 TTs, and 349 A4s. Year [...]

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    July 1, 2004 Source: Audi of America, Inc. AUBURN HILLS, Mich., July 1 /PRNewswire/ — Audi of America, Inc. sales for the month of June were 6,947. Increases came from the A4 and S4 Cabriolet, A6 and allroad quattro model lines. The strongest increase was from the A6, up 22.6 percent with sales of 1,872 [...]