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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

  • 11/24/17

    Audi driver di Grassi about the new Formula E season: “Number one is tremendous motivation”

    Preparations have been completed and the race cars of Team Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler are on their way to Hong Kong where the opening race of the new Formula E season will take place on December 2 and 3. In an interview, the reigning Champion, Lucas di Grassi, talks about his expectations, the new team and its key competitors.
  • 11/20/17

    Audi Sport customer racing wins another title in Australia

    The customers of Audi Sport customer racing celebrated victories in GT and touring car racing in Australia and in Dubai.
  • 11/19/17

    Robin Frijns second with Audi in Macau on making his debut

    Audi Sport customer racing achieved a result that ended the FIA GT World Cup on a positive note for the brand. Following four victories in Macau to date, title defender Audi had to admit defeat by only 0.618 seconds this year.
  • 11/16/17

    Audi R8 LMS Cup with German debut and many innovations

    The Audi R8 LMS Cup will present itself in its seventh season in a fundamentally new way. For the first time, amateur drivers will exclusively compete in the one-make cup. In addition, rounds will be held at two national highlight events in Australia and Germany for the first time. The season will close with a night race in Malaysia.
  • 11/12/17

    World RX: Ekström Vice-Champion

    Mattias Ekström has clinched the FIA World Rallycross Championship runner-up slot. At the season finale in Cape Town, the Swede took third place and in doing so snatched second place in the overall standings from Petter Solberg, even though Ekström contested one race less than the Norwegian due to a clash of dates with the DTM. The previously crowned World Champion Johan Kristoffersson won the race in South Africa. EKS is third in the teams’ classification.

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