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04/30/15
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Personal Details Audi Tradition

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August Horch (leaning against the car) following victory in the 1906 Herkomer Run in the Horch 11/22 hp, 2.7 litre four-cylinder inline engine
50th anniversary of death: NSU-motorcyclist Rupert Hollaus (1931 - 1954)
100th anniversary of Bernd Rosemeyer’s birth
In Memoriam Bernd Rosemeyer
H.P. Müller 1955: motorcycle world champion in the 250 cc class for NSU
H.P. Mueller 1939: The Auto Union racing-car driver is led to the victory ceremony after winning the French Grand Prix. On the left behind Mueller: the then Auto Union racing director, Dr. Karl Feuereiszen
Achille Varzi and his Auto Union official cars: The silverarrow Typ C for the circuit and chic Horch 853 for outside
Achille Varzi and his Auto Union official cars: The silverarrow Typ C for the circuit and chic Horch 853 for outside
Anniversary magazine History
Tazio Nuvolari (born November 16th, 1892, died August 11th, 1953) is one of the greatest race drivers of all times, counting 61 Grand Prix victories and international successes
DKW founder Jörgen Sakfte Rasmussen (1878 - 1964)
Ewald Kluge (1909 - 1964), DKW works rider, became European champion, German champion, German hillclimb champion and Isle of Man TT winner during the 1938 season and was honoured with the rare "Master of Masters" title. At the end of the nineteen-thirties, he was the brightest star on the German motorcycle racing scene
Starting the race of his life: In June 1938 DKW works rider Ewald Kluge (No. 24) became the first German to win the 250 cc class in the Isle of Man TT, the world's toughest motorcycle road race
Also internationally popular: Bernd Rosemeyer after his victory for Auto Union in the 1937 Coppa Acerbo at Italy's Pescara
In 1936 Bernd Rosemeyer won in the Auto Union 16-cylinder Type C all possible titles: European champion, German road racing champion and German hill-climbing champion
Hans Stuck - star of the 1930s at the Nürburgring in 1937
1951 Donau-Ring race in Ingolstadt: newcomer August Hobl (number 174) and Vinzenz Klingenschmidt (number 175), both riding a DKW 125 RT, were at the start of the 125 cc class
Tazio Nuvolari drove the Auto Union 12-cylinder Type D racing car (start number 4) to victory in the 1938 Grand Prix at Donington Park, Great Britain
Bernd Rosemeyer triumphed in the 1937 Grand Prix at Donington Park, Great Britain in an Auto Union 16-cylinder Type C racing car
The cars get away at the start in the 1937 Grand Prix at Donington Park, Great Britain: Bernd Rosemeyer triumphed in an Auto Union 16-cylinder Type C racing car (pictured with start number 5) and H. P. Müller (start number 7) finished fourth
Bernd Rosemeyer triumphed in the 1937 Grand Prix at Donington Park, Great Britain in an Auto Union 16-cylinder Type C racing car (startnumber 5)
August Horch, Member of the Supervisory Board of Auto Union AG, at the end of the 1930s
August Horch in 1936, Member of the Supervisory Board of Auto Union AG, pictured with the Horch 853 sports convertible
August Horch (seated, with peaked cap) pictured with the first workers recruited for his engine factory in Cologne
Horch Model 1, "vis-à-vis", 2 cylinder, 4-5 hp, August Horch behind the wheel
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