The new SPEED EuroSeries will showcase the economic CN sportscars at every one of the super-popular Le Mans Series events in 2011. A mix of 90-minute and one-hour, two-driver races will feature on all Le Mans Series programmes, starting at the Paul Ricard Circuit in April. A sixth (additional) enduro is planned for June.
The SPEED EuroSeries, which is recognised by Honda Motor Europe, will feature Honda-powered CN chassis from the likes of Ligier, Norma, WFR, Wolf, Juno, Jade, Gloria, Promec, Lucchini, Osella and Radical. Control tyres and fuel will limit costs and a mandatory, sealed ECU ensures a level playing field. Global TV coverage is booked. Read More »
- New Audi R18 for the 2011 Le Mans 24 Hours
- Dual project in the DTM
- Endurance races with the Audi R8 LMS
Audi aims to continue its string of victories at the Le Mans 24 Hours with a completely new LMP1 sports car development. Since its debut in 1999, the brand with the Four Rings has won the world’s most important endurance race as many as nine times with the R8, R10 TDI and R15 TDI models. In doing so, Audi has equalled this feat in the race’s roll of honour with Ferrari. With the new R18, which was presented at the Audi Sportpark in Ingolstadt on the evening of Friday, December 10, 2010, Audi is aiming for its tenth Le Mans success in 2011. Read More »
Audi has unveiled its latest sportscar which Britain’s Allan McNish hopes will enable him to score his third and the German manufacturer’s 10th Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race victory next June.
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