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Tenth pole position for Audi at Sebring
- Fastest time for Audi FIA World Endurance Championship premiere
- André Lotterer surpasses last year’s pole by 0.751 seconds
- Audi R18 TDI occupies top three grid positions on its farewell run
Audi is starting into the new FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) from the top three grid positions. At the Sebring 12 Hours (U.S. state of Florida) André Lotterer managed to post his first fastest time in qualifying as an Audi driver. This means that for the tenth time an Audi will enter the endurance classic race in Florida from the pole position. The other two Audi R18 TDI cars created very good prerequisites for themselves as well: Tom Kristensen took position two and Romain Dumas third on the grid.