Mattias Ekström Clinches First Victory for Audi

May 16, 2004 Source: Audi Sport As early as in its third race the new Audi A4 DTM has clinched its first victory. In the hot battle at Adria International Speedway near Venice (Italy) Mattias Ekström kept his cool: having started from pole, the DTM’s 25-year-old shooting star positioned himself at the front of the […] More »

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Adria as Seen by Audi Driver Martin Tomczyk

May 14, 2004 Source: Audi Sport Staying in Southern Europe after the race at Estoril two weeks ago, the DTM is staging its second event away from home at Adria International Raceway, where spectactors saw a thrilling DTM debut in 2003. With its tight corners, the shortest circuit on the whole DTM calendar promises lots […] More »

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Audi Drivers Set the Pace at Adria

May 14, 2004 Source: Audi Sport At the second foreign event of the DTM 2004, the Audi drivers are once again setting the pace. At Adria International Raceway near Venice, Mattias Ekström and Tom Kristensen with their Audi A4 DTM touring cars, were the quickest on Friday. In the morning, Ekström was leading the field […] More »

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Speech of Rupert Stadler to the 115th Annual General Meeting

May 12, 2004 Source: Audi AG Rupert Stadler, Board Member for Finance and Organisation AUDI AG Only the spoken word is binding. Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Shareholders, It has become something of a tradition at Audi to announce new record figures for the company at the Annual General Meeting. I am delighted to be able […] More »

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115th Annual General Meeting of AUDI AG: Audi on Course for Ninth Record-Breaking Year in Succession

May 12, 2004 Source: Audi AG Best first four months in company’s history “Dazzling success of the new Audi A6″ Long-term aim of vehicle sales topping one million Six new vehicle concepts in the next three years Audi was able to establish a new record for vehicle sales in the first four months of 2004. […] More »

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