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Year after year, Audi Tradition presents a wide range of classic cars from its historic collection at many national and international historical events. This allows history to be seen, touched and heard. Spectators adore the classic cars from more than 100 years of the company’s history. A perennial hit with audiences: appearances by Audi’s iconic rally cars from the 1980s.

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  • 08/18/17
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    Audi Sport at the Monterey Car Week

    The Audi R8 Spyder V10 plus (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 12.3; combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 287) will be making its debut appearance in the United States this weekend at the Monterey Car Week. Audi Sport is using the occasion to celebrate the long and successful motorsport involvement of the brand with the four rings. Current road and racing models will also be presented.
  • 07/31/17
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    Audi Tradition with motor sports classics from three epochs at Schloss Dyck Classic Days

    At this year's Schloss Dyck Classic Days from August 4th to 6th, Audi Tradition is presenting the whole bandwidth of Audi motor sports history. Historic racing cars from a total of three epochs await the approximately 40,000 visitors. On the race track, you can experience the first AUDI AG racing car, the Audi Type C, the legendary Auto Union Type C racing car with its 16 cylinders, and the Audi Sport quattro Rallye. Also, Audi will be exhibiting another icon at the Classic vehicle festival in the Rhineland: the Audi Sport quattro S1 victory car driven by Walter Röhrl to win the Pikes Peak race in the USA in 1987.
  • 06/20/17
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    Audi at the Festival of Speed in Goodwood: racing legends meet modern motorsports

    At this year's Festival of Speed in Goodwood, which runs from 29 June to 2 July, Audi Tradition is sending three winning Le Mans cars to southern England. Tom Kristensen will be driving the Audi R8 LMP from the year 2000, with which he brought home Audi's first Le Mans victory. Audi will also be presenting a further two Le Mans cars as part of a special exhibition in honour of the Danish driver. For the first time ever, visitors to the festival will also get the chance to see the Audi Group S mid-engined rally prototype in action, with rally world champion Hannu Mikkola behind the wheel. Completing the vehicle line-up from the brand with the Four Rings will be an Audi RS 5 DTM 2017 as well as an Audi R8 LMS – the current winner of the 24-hour race on the Nürburgring will be driven by Connor De Phillippi.

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