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– Both Mazda RT24-Ps ran at the front of the filed in the Daytona 24 Hours before double retirement.
– Britain’s Oliver Jarvis started the world famous round-the-clock race from pole position.
– The next round of the series is the Sebring 12 Hours on the 16th March.

While one Mazda RT24-P led and the other ran in the top-three, neither would see the finish of the grueling Daytona 24 Hours, but they demonstrated record-breaking speed during the race week. Read More »

– Mazda has announced its driver line up for America’s top sportscar racing championship.
– The 2019 IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship starts with this month’s Daytona 24 Hours.
– British stars Oliver Jarvis and Harry Tincknell stay with Mazda for a second season.

A combination of Mazda racing veterans and new faces with endurance racing pedigree will drive the Soul Red Crystal Mazda RT24-Ps in the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Read More »

– Audi Sport enters new turbo era in DTM with proven driver squad
– Sextet with 32 DTM victories, 26 pole positions and 42 fastest laps
– DTM Champions René Rast and Mike Rockenfeller as spearheads

Audi Sport will enter the new turbo era of the DTM with a proven driver squad. Loïc Duval (F/36), Robin Frijns (NL/27), Jamie Green (GB/36), Nico Müller (CH/26), René Rast (D/32) and Mike Rockenfeller (D/35) have been confirmed as drivers for the 2019 DTM season. Read More »

– Own record topped: six DTM victories in a row for René Rast
– Audi driver in final race successfully battles for runner-up in the championship
– Head of Audi Motorsport Dieter Gass: “A fantastic way to close the season”

Six victories in a row! Audi driver René Rast won the season’s last race at the Hockenheimring as well, so topping his own record from the previous day. Read More »

– New record: René Rast first driver with five DTM victories in a row
– Championship remains open before the last race on Sunday
– Robin Frijns perfects Audi’s one-two result in Saturday’s race

René Rast from Audi Sport Team Rosberg continues to make DTM history: In Saturday’s race of the season finale at the Hockenheimring, the Audi driver celebrated his fifth consecutive victory. No other driver has ever achieved this feat before in the touring car racing series that has been held since 1984. Read More »

– René Rast achieves fourth DTM victory in succession
– Nico Müller perfects one-two result for Audi
– Drivers’ championship to be decided at the Hockenheim finale Read More »

– René Rast clinches third consecutive victory in front of Mike Rockenfeller and Nico Müller
– Championship remains undecided three races before season ends
– Drivers from all three Audi Sport teams on podium

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– Defending champion also wins Sunday’s race at the Nürburgring
– Maximum points haul and third place in the overall standings
– Head of Audi Motorsport Dieter Gass: “Fantastic for René, fantastic for Audi”

Audi driver René Rast achieved the perfect DTM weekend at the Nürburgring: As he did on Saturday, the defending champion also claimed pole position and victory on Sunday. As a result, he scored the maximum possible points with his Audi RS 5 DTM and moved up to third overall in the overall standings. Read More »

– Third place for the reigning Champion in Sunday’s race at Brands Hatch
– Only 1.376 seconds separate Audi and Rast from second victory of the season
– All three Audi teams score points at Brands Hatch

Fourth on Saturday, third on Sunday: defending Champion René Rast from Audi Sport Team Rosberg scored 28 points as the DTM returned to England and, in doing so, took yet another podium in the popular touring car race series. Read More »

– The world famous Daytona 24 Hours was round 1 of the 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Series.
– Both Mazda RT24-Ps showed speed but retired before finish of America’s toughest endurance race.
– British drivers Oliver Jarvis and Harry Tincknell, part of Mazda’s full-season IMSA driver line-up.

The Mazda RT24-Ps of Mazda Motorsports demonstrated a major leap forward in competitiveness at Daytona International Speedway over the weekend, but unfortunately both cars retired before the finish of the 2018 Rolex 24 at Daytona, the first round of the 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Read More »