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Audi shows real champions at the Techno Classica

Audi shows real champions at the  Techno Classica
The “Alpine Victor”: The first motor racing car from AUDI AG was the Audi Type C, which was developed in 1912. Between 1912 and 1914, this car won the biggest challenge at that time, the Austrian Alpine Run, three times in a row.
  • More than 18,000 visitors expected at the world’s largest oldtimer show
  • Jubilee classics from company history on the Audi stand
  • In the limelight: Auto Union Type A race car, Audi Type C Alpine Rally winner and Audi Rallye quattro A2 world rally champion

Audi Tradition has assembled a true winning team of race and rally vehicles for this year’s Techno Classica in Essen, Germany, the world’s largest oldtimer show. From March 26 to 30, 2014 the company will have four generations of successful race and rally cars on display, including the Auto Union Type A Silver Arrow from 1934 and the Audi Type C Alpine Rally winner. Also on the stand in Essen is the Audi Rallye quattro A2 that Stig Blomqvist drove to victory in the drivers’ and manufacturers’ rally championships 30 years ago. Other exhibits that have contributed to the company’s motor sport heritage are the R8R Le Mans race car used for Audi’s debut on the Sarthe circuit in 1999, and the winner of the 2013 event, the Audi R18 e-tron quattro.

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