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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.

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  • 08/14/17
    Sports

    Halftime in the Audi Sport TT Cup at Zandvoort

    The circuit of Zandvoort in the Netherlands is the backdrop for the fourth of seven Audi Sport TT Cup events. As a challenging driver’s circuit, it traditionally promises exciting racing.
  • 08/14/17
    Sports

    DTM: Audi travels to Zandvoort with one-two lead

    The DTM is returning from its summer break with an absolute highlight this weekend. The touring cars delivering more than 500 hp are going to race at Circuit Zandvoort on August 19/20. The track in the dunes on the Dutch North Sea coast is regarded as the most challenging one on the DTM calendar. Audi has celebrated nine victories there to date.
  • 08/09/17
    Sports

    Audi Sport TT Cup with prominent guests at Zandvoort

    At the fourth race weekend of the Audi Sport TT Cup, the media and fans will enjoy prominent guest drivers.
  • 08/06/17
    Sports

    No happy end for Audi and EKS in Canada

    Toomas Heikkinen continued his streak in the eighth round of FIA World Rallycross Championship in Trois-Rivières by reaching the final in Canada for the fourth time in succession – a record. Any hopes of a podium finish were however destroyed by a slow puncture. The Finn was fifth in the end. Mattias Ekström was forced to retire in the semi-final with clutch problems. In the overall standings, the reigning Rallycross World Champion still holds third – as does EKS in the teams’ classification.
  • 08/01/17
    Sports

    Facts on the fourth Audi victory at Spa

    On July 30, Audi won the Spa 24 Hours for the fourth time. The background information and the facts about the victory in the Ardennes.

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