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Race Retro, the international historic motorsport show, opened its doors for 2017 with a fresh new look, exciting new features, and more cars than ever before to celebrate its 15th anniversary at Stoneleigh Park, resulting in a record turnout over the three-day event.rrds-tom-kristensen Read More »

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Bentley at Goodwood Festival of Speed, 12 July 2013– Bentley Speed 8, believed to be valued at £10million and raced by Tom Kristensen to secure the win in the 2003 24hrs of Le Mans at Race Retro
– Motor Sport hall of Fame Live display features £25million of motoring heritage
– John Surtees’ TS7 and TS14 amongst the DFV 50th anniversary display
– Jim Clark’s Lotus 33 R11 gets first public outing in over 40 years Read More »

In the annals of motor racing, few machines are as iconic as the Lotus-Climax Type 33, chassis number R11, the car driven by Jim Clark to first place in the 1965 Belgian, British, German and Syracuse Grands Prix and the Lotus in which he won his second World Championship. lotus-33-r11-credit-howard-simmons Read More »

2011 Le Mans 24 Hours.Racing legend Tom Kristensen will make his debut at Race Retro, the international historic motorsport show, on Saturday 25th February, as part of the three-day event’s 15th anniversary ‘Super Show’ celebrations.

Held from 24th to 26th February at Warwickshire’s Stoneleigh Park, Kristensen will appear on the Interview Stage within the Motor Sport Hall of Fame, to which he was inducted in 2013. He will also be meeting fans and signing autographs as well as answering all their questions about his amazing career. Read More »

– Efficiency technologies since 2001 in the Audi R8
– Pioneering achievements with the TDI diesel engine
– R18 e-tron quattro with hybrid technology unbeaten at Le MansAudi 13 Le Mans winners A Read More »

– Entry list for Le Mans 24 Hours published
– Organiser accepts all three nominations submitted by Audi
– Tom Kristensen ‘Grand Marshal’ at Le Mans 24 Hours

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– More than 500 guests at Audi Sport Finale 2014 in Neckarsulm
– Le Mans victory, DTM titles and numerous successes in GT racing
– Audi R18 e-tron quattro for Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen

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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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– Battle for manufacturers’ title and runner-up’s spot for the drivers
– Tom Kristensen ends professional career
– Special visual appearance of the number 1 R18 e-tron quattro

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– Le Mans record winner to become representative and partner of Audi
– Last race on November 30 in WEC finale in Brazil
– Head of Audi Motorsport Dr. Ullrich: “We’re happy that Tom Kristensen has been and continues to be an ‘Audian.’”

One of the really big names in sports is retiring: Le Mans record winner Tom Kristensen will contest his last race as a professional race driver in São Paulo (Brazil) at the end of November. The 47-year-old Dane will be retained by the brand with the four rings as a representative and partner of Audi Sport. Read More »