St. Petersburg: Audi R10 TDI Remains Undefeated

April 1, 2007 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport Diesel sports car also wins on street course in Florida 1-2 victory in St. Petersburg Tenth consecutive victory for the Audi R10 TDI The outstanding series of victories of the Audi R10 TDI continues: Dindo Capello/Allan McNish (Italy/Scotland) and Emanuele Pirro/Marco Werner (Italy/Germany) claimed an unexpected 1-2 victory […] More »

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TT Part Two: Sequel Success?

March 31, 2007 By: Robert S. Schultz The original Audi TT completely ambushed the automotive world. Debuting at the Frankfurt International Auto Show in 1995, it was the car no one saw coming, least of all from Audi. The new TT delivered no such sneak attack. It was endlessly rumored, Photoshopped and illustrated (with remarkable […] More »

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Audi Third On the Grid in St. Petersburg

March 30, 2007 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport Diesel-powered sports car also fast on street circuit Allan McNish quickest in LM P1 class despite accident Marco Werner seventh in “sister” Audi The two Audi R10 TDI sports cars will start Saturday’s second round of the American Le Mans Series in St. Petersburg (US state of Florida) […] More »

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R8 “Warm Up” Commercial: 70 Years of Motor Racing History in 60 Seconds

March 29, 2007 Source: Audi AG Six days of filming in Mexico with a total of 1,050 extras Crew of 100 shoots ten kilometres of film Tagline: “The Audi R8 – Born of powerful ideas” This is the limbering up time, the warm-up before the off. In 60 and 45 seconds, the new Audi R8 […] More »

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Audi Factory Driver Mike Rockenfeller in Profile

March 29, 2007 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport “Rocky” targets big break through with Audi Professional at 18, DTM racer at 23 From tractor to Audi A4 DTM Mike Rockenfeller has just moved from Monte Carlo to Altnau on the Swiss side of Lake Constance. However, moving home is not the biggest change currently facing the […] More »

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