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Since 1981, Audi Sport has stood for “Vorsprung durch Technik” in international motorsport. Be it the World Rally Championship, Pikes Peak, Super Touring Cars, DTM, GT racing or Le Mans prototypes: with impressive performance, Audi has led all motorsport projects to success, claiming numerous victories and important championship titles. The motorsport program currently consists of Formula E, DTM, World RX and customer racing.

Recent Press Releases

  • 09/25/17

    Audi Sport customers celebrate titles in Thailand and Russia

    On the customer racing map, two nations have enhanced the track record of Audi Sport customer racing. For the first time, the brand has been involved in title successes with the Audi R8 LMS in Thailand and the Audi RS 3 LMS in Russia.
  • 09/24/17

    DTM Spielberg: Audi quotes

    Quotes from the Audi drivers and officials following two one-two-three wins of the Audi RS 5 DTM at the DTM round in Austria.
  • 09/24/17

    Audi one-two-three success in DTM thriller at Spielberg

    On Sunday, Audi again celebrated a one-two-three win in the DTM at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg (Austria). Following a rather uneventful race on Saturday, the spectators witnessed a spectacular thriller from which René Rast from Audi Sport Team Rosberg in the end somewhat surprisingly came out winning.
  • 09/24/17

    First rookie victory in the Audi Sport TT Cup and momentum shift in title fight

    The sixth round of the Audi Sport TT Cup saw a change on the winner’s step of the podium and yet another shift in the title fight. For the first time this season it was a rookie, South African Keagan Masters, who sprayed the victor’s champagne. Briton Philip Ellis took over the table lead again from Mikel Azcona. The Spaniard retired on Saturday’s race, whilst on Sunday he could only reach seventh after a jump start.
  • 09/23/17

    Perfect DTM Saturday for Audi at Spielberg

    With a victory in Saturday’s race at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria, Audi driver Mattias Ekström has come a step closer to his big dream of winning his third DTM title after 2004 and 2007. Jamie Green and Nico Müller, in positions two and three, perfected an Audi one-two-three success.

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