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Daily Archives: June 24th, 2011

– Fourth round of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup in Italy
– Audi Sport Team Joest with two new race cars
– New aerodynamics package for more downforce Read More »


– Martin Tomczyk travels to Nuremberg as the leader of the standings
– Last race of the Audi A4 DTM at “home event”
– Audi drivers look forward to city street circuit

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Tomorrow (Saturday) sees the launch of National Motorsport Week – a special celebration promoted by the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) and the Motor Sports Association (MSA) that culminates at this summer’s staging of the spectacular Goodwood Festival of Speed. Read More »

Allan McNish races his diesel-engined Audi R18 TDI on Sunday (3 July) for the first time since the Scotsman stepped uninjured from his spectacular Le Mans 24 Hours accident.

The tremendous strength of the Audi Coupé undoubtedly saved the Dumfries-born ace and German team-mate Mike Rockenfeller –  in a separate accident – from major injury in the annual race which Audi ultimately won. Read More »

Cumbrian karter Nathan Aston is one step closer to chasing his dream of becoming a Formula 1 driver after being selected to the McLaren High Performance Programme. Read More »

– Porsche Carrera Cup GB Championship heads to the famous Nürburgring-Nordschleife circuit in Germany this weekend (June 25) to participate in global Porsche Carrera World Cup race
– Inaugural Carrera World Cup is round nine of the 2011 Carrera Cup GB Championship
– 23 drivers from Britain will line up alongside over 100 competitors from around the world, each in 911 GT3 Cup race cars, for a six lap, 95 mile race around the legendary Nürburgring
– Follow Porsche Origin for latest news and action on-line from the event Read More »