Historic winners on the Audi stand
- More than 180,000 visitors expected from March 21 to 25 at the Techno Classica in Essen, the world’s largest classic car show
- “Hillclimbs” is Audi Tradition’s motto for its display of special-purpose competition cars from the company’s history
Winning cars from the hillclimb scene are the highlights of the Audi Tradition display at the Techno Classica, the world’s largest classic car show. Visitors will see successful competition cars from four generations, including the Auto Union Type C Silver Arrow (1936) and the Audi Type C Alpine Rally winner dating from 1919. A special highlight is the Audi Sport quattro S1 that legendary rally driver Walter Röhrl took up Pikes Peak 25 years ago in a series of drifts and won the event in a new record time.