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• Leicestershire’s Jamie Green wins Sunday’s DTM race at the Hockenheimring
• Extremely difficult conditions with sudden rainfall
• Nico Müller and Mike Rockenfeller score points for Audi as well


After just two races, the new Audi RS 5 DTM is already a winning car: in the turbulent round two of the 2017 DTM at the Hockenheimring, Jamie Green was in a class of his own on Sunday. Read More »

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– Duval at Phoenix, Müller at ABT, Rast at Rosberg
– DTM stars Ekström, Green and Rockenfeller as spearheads
– Audi as only manufacturer with three teams


Three months before the 2017 DTM season opener, Audi has announced its team assignments. The premium brand will be the only manufacturer to put three teams on the grid. The DTM season will kick off at the Hockenheimring on May 5. Read More »

audi-bahrain16c– Di Grassi/Duval/Jarvis in Bahrain in front of Fässler/Lotterer/Tréluyer
– 107th sports car victory and Audi’s best result this season
– Emotional departure from the sports car scene with vice-championship title

Saying goodbye with a bang: Audi achieved an impressive one-two victory in the last race of its Le Mans prototypes in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). Read More »

– Audi in grid position one for the sixth time in nine races
– New lap record in qualifying by Lucas di Grassi
– Audi R18 in rows one and two on the grid


Shining at the end: Lucas di Grassi (BR) and Oliver Jarvis (GB) achieved two personal bests and secured the best possible starting base for Audi at the last sports car event in the company’s history. Read More »

– Audi to end its sports car program in Bahrain following 106 victories in 186 sports car races in 18 years
– Successful track record of technology transfer between race cars and production models
– Thanks go to FIA, WEC and ACO, and the strong competitors for a tremendous timeaudi-wec-farewell16d Read More »

– Positions five and six following various setbacks
– Audi maintains second place in the manufacturers’ standings


Audi proved its untiring endurance racing spirit in round eight of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in China. In spite of diverse adversities, the six drivers and the team never lost their concentration and in the end still managed to score 18 points. As a result, Audi defended second place in the manufacturers’ standings before the finale to be held in Bahrain in two weeks’ time. Read More »

– Penultimate round of the season at the Shanghai International Circuit in China
– Audi R18 showing strong form in second half of the season
– Title decision in Audi R8 LMS Cup taking place as part of supporting program

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– Small reward for strong performance of both Audi R18 cars in Texas
– Lucas di Grassi/Loïc Duval/Oliver Jarvis (BR/F/GB) in second place
– Audi with pole position and fastest race lap in America

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– Thrilling performances by both driver squads in Mexican debut
– Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer second following recovery
– Lucas di Grassi/Loïc Duval/Oliver Jarvis score important points in manufacturers’ standings


Audi showed a strong battle in round five of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). Following Audi’s pole position, both Audi R18 cars took turns leading the race in Mexico in the early stage. Read More »

– FIA WEC makes debut in Mexico City
– Highest race at 2,300 meters above sea level
– Audi drivers di Grassi/Duval/Jarvis currently second in the standings


Just one month before the factory opening, Audi starts the crucial phase of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in Mexico. Five of the nine championship races on the calendar are held between September and November. Read More »