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– First-ever WEC race in Germany on August 30
– New provisions in regulations lead to competitive changes

The Audi drivers will be entering round four of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) as leaders of the standings after the summer break. Following two victories and another podium result, Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer/Benoît Tréluyer (CH/D/F) are traveling to Audi’s home round at the Nürburgring with a 20-point advantage. Read More »

– Third place for Audi in 24-hour race at Le Mans
– 17th consecutive podium result in iconic endurance race
– Lotterer/Fässler/Tréluyer defend WEC lead for Audi

Audi has continued its string of podium results in the 24-hour race at Le Mans but missed taking the 14th victory it was aiming for in the world’s most famous endurance place in positions three, four and seven. Read More »

Audi is ready for one of the greatest challenges in motorsport: the Le Mans 24 Hours. Before the race on Saturday (start at 15.00, CEST), drivers and officials are confident. Quotes after qualifying.

Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich (Head of Audi Motorsport): “I’m pleased with the work done by the entire squad. We went through everything that was possible in the time that was available to us. However, there were many interruptions during the three qualifying sessions. That interfered a little with our programs. Still, Audi has prepared well for the Le Mans 24 Hours. There are many strong rivals and teams in contention for victory. The crowd can look forward to seeing a classic in the 83rd running of the race.” Read More »

– Endurance classic on 13th and 14th June at La Sarthe
– Audi with lowest energy consumption in the field
– R18 e-tron quattro with new Audi ultra technology

Audi is set on continuing its string of victories in the world’s toughest endurance race on 13th and 14th June. Five times in succession, the sports cars with the four rings have won the iconic race since 2010. Audi is now battling for an amazing 14th victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours in the past 16 years. The efficiency technology Audi ultra is a major element of the Audi R18 e-tron quattro hybrid sports car’s overall concept this year. Read More »

– Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer/Benoît Tréluyer win again
– Good debut in fourth place for newcomer René Rast
– Audi extends lead of the standings before Le Mans 24 Hours

Following the thrilling season opener of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in Great Britain, Audi was unbeatable again in Belgium. On the challenging track at Spa, Marcel Fässler (CH), André Lotterer (D) and Benoît Tréluyer (F) proved their class again on clinching their second victory this season and tenth WEC success in total. Read More »

– Fans witness gripping FIA World Endurance Championship race
– Fässler/Lotterer/Tréluyer win in Audi R18 e-tron quattro
– Head of Audi Motorsport Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich: “Victory is tremendous motivation”

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– Tom Kristensen celebrates widely recognised farewell with podium result
– Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer/Benoît Tréluyer are runners-up in the championship
– Audi surrenders constructors’ title for the first time after two years as World Champions

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– Fässler/Lotterer/Tréluyer won turbulent race in Texas
– Audi took lead of the standings with second victory of the season
– Audi R18 e-tron quattro celebrates one-two victory

Audi has celebrated the second consecutive one-two win in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). Following their victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours in June, Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer/Benoît Tréluyer (CH/D/F) in the fourth race of the season at Austin prevailed again. Read More »

– Audi takes one-two win in world’s most important endurance race
– 13th success for Audi in 16 runs at Le Mans
– Rupert Stadler: “A fantastic achievement by the whole squad”

In front of nearly 300,000 spectators, Audi continued its unique string of victories in the Le Mans 24 Hours. Read More »

lemans15 (11)It may have been 13 years but the circuit de Sarthe delivered in a big way. An epic race saw Toyota and Porsche lead for portions of the race but it was Audi who took not just the victory but a 1-2 finish after it had all looked so bad after a few hours into the race when the no.3 Audi was involved in a huge accident which also involved Toyota no.8. It was the Audi of Marcel Fässler,  André Lotterer & Benoît Tréluyer that took victory which was finally settled 3 hours out when the last challenge of Porsche faded. With Toyota picking up a podium for their no.8 car after their no.7 had led for so much of the race early on and into the early hours. Read More »

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