Speed World Challenge 2005 Schedule Announced

October 18, 2004 Source: SCCA Pro Racing MONTEREY , Calif. (Oct. 18, 2004) – SCCA Pro Racing announced Sunday the 2005 schedule for its SPEED World Challenge GT and Touring Car Championships, North America’s premier production car racing series, featuring 10 weekends and two all-new venues. SPEED GT cars make their standing start at Road […] More »

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Audi RS 6 Team Clinches Manufacturers Championship

October 18, 2004 Source: Champion Racing For a second consecutive time, the Audi Certified Champion RS 6 team has claimed the Manufacturers’ Championship in the SPEED World Challenge GT Series competing with a pair of Audi RS 6 “Competition” cars. In Audi and Champion Racing’s five-year history in the GT series, today’s result brings the […] More »

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Audi Celebrate 1-2 Victory in ALMS Finale

October 17, 2004 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport 13 victories in 14 races – this is the outstanding record for the Audi R8 in the 2004 motorsport season. In the finale of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) at Laguna Seca (California), Team ADT Champion Racing ended the season for Audi with a 1-2 victory. Former […] More »

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A Trio of Champion Racing Audi RS 6’s will Compete

October 16, 2004 Source: Champion Racing In an effort to maximize the last opportunity for Audi and Champion Racing to win their third Manufacturer’s Championship title in the SPEED World Challenge GT series, the Audi Certified Champion RS 6 team has opted to compete with three Audi RS 6s at this weekend’s final race of […] More »

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Audi Qualifies on Front Row at ALMS Finale

October 16, 2004 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport Team ADT Champion Racing’s two Audi R8 sports cars will start the final race of the Le Mans Endurance Series (ALMS) at Laguna Seca (California) from the first and the second row of the grid. In Friday’s qualifying session, JJ Lehto missed the pole position by just 0.218s. […] More »

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