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Kieler Woche 2014

For 36 years, Audi Sport has stood for success of the four rings in motorsport. But Audi has also been a close partner and sponsor of regional, national and international sports for decades – from international soccer, the Alpine and Nordic winter sports world and the Kieler Woche through to the world’s most popular tournament series for amateur golfers.

Recent Press Releases

  • 07/25/17
    Sports

    Title win for Audi duo Simon Evans/Gene Rollinson

    An Audi customer on the other side of the world celebrated the biggest success of the weekend: Smeg Racing won an endurance championship in New Zealand with the Audi R8 LMS.
  • 07/24/17
    Sports

    Audi aims high for the Spa 24 Hours

    Audi will be fighting for its fourth overall victory at the Spa 24 Hours on July 29 and 30. A total of ten Audi R8 LMS, four factory-supported race cars and six more with Audi customers at the wheel, will compete at the endurance classic. The event is a season highlight in GT3 racing; with 66 competitors from eleven brands, there is nowhere else in the world where so many race cars of this class are brought together on one grid.
  • 07/23/17
    Sports

    DTM Moscow: Audi quotes

    Following two spectacular races at Moscow Raceway, Audi continues heading all three DTM classifications. Quotes after the visit to Russia.
  • 07/23/17
    Sports

    Thriller in Moscow: Audi driver Ekström in front again

    With a spectacular comeback drive Audi campaigner Mattias Ekström (Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline) has recaptured the lead in the DTM. Following the turbulent first race of the second half of the season, three Audi drivers are now ranking in the top four spots of the overall classification.
  • 07/22/17
    Sports

    Rast in front of “Rocky”: Audi with one-two win in Moscow

    A rookie has sensationally become the DTM’s “mid-point champion.” With a lights-to-flag victory Audi driver René Rast recaptured the lead of the standings in the first of the two DTM races at Moscow Raceway in Russia. In spite of a broken foot, Mike Rockenfeller perfected an Audi one-two win.

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