Audi Looks to Set Sales Records in U.S. and Worldwide

July 17, 2006 Source: Audi of America AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Audi is positioned to set a sales record both in the United States and worldwide if the first half of 2006 is any indication. In the U.S., both new vehicle and Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) sales are ahead of last year’s pace. Through June, Audi […] More »

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AudiWorld Interviews Audi of America Executive VP Johan de Nysschen (Part II)

July 16, 2006 By: Jason Teller Last week we published the first in a two part interview with Audi of America Executive VP Johan de Nysschen. Part I, which can be accessed by clicking here covered de Nysschen’s perspective regarding Audi’s participation in motorsports. Readers learned why Audi races, how technology moves from track to […] More »

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Audi R10 TDI Claims Victory in US Comeback

July 16, 2006 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport Frank Biela and Emanuele Pirro score first 2006 ALMS win Third success of the Audi diesel sportscar Tight finish on new racetrack at Salt Lake City Only four weeks after its historical victory as the first diesel sportscar at the Le Mans 24 Hours, the Audi R10 TDI […] More »

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IMSA Continues Performance Balancing

July 15, 2006 Source: Tooele, Utah – IMSA today published a bulletin that affects the refueling rig restrictor of the diesel cars participating in the American Le Mans Series, specifically the Audi R10 TDI cars. The change limits the refueling restrictor from the current 38mm permitted under the regulations to 33mm, effective immediately. “As […] More »

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Third Start, Third Pole for the Audi R10 TDI

July 15, 2006 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport Both Audi R10 TDI sportscars on front row at Salt Lake Frank Biela fastest in qualifying First international race on new race track in Utah The new Audi R10 TDI remains the sportscar to beat at its first race after its historic victory in the 24 Hours of […] More »

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