Audi business win deteriorate opener in a U.S.

Posted on 29. Jan, 2018 by in Audi Canada

While a GT4 and TCR foe cars contested a IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge dual Audi R8 LMS cars tackled a foe in a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, battling for their third feat in a GTD category in a 24-hour foe during Daytona. The German Montaplast by Land-Motorsport team repeatedly led this sequence in a march of a initial 9 hours of a foe with Kelvin outpost der Linde/Sheldon outpost der Linde/Christopher Mies/Jeffrey Schmidt. Then a 5-minute stop-and-go chastisement was imposed since a patrol was indicted of a sporting defilement during refueling. The group supposed a penalty. During a night, a mechanics also had to change a poor back wing. As a result, a array 29 Audi mislaid 4 laps in total. Before a finish, a group unlapped itself once and saw a mottled dwindle in seventh position. The American Magnus Racing group that had won a GTD category with Audi in 2016 achieved position 6 with Andrew Davis/Andy Lally/John Potter/Markus Winkelhock.

Between now and October, eleven some-more events are on a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship calendar and 9 other events will follow in a IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. Audi Sport patron racing’s GT3, GT4 and TCR foe cars are ideally represented in another vital North American array as well: The Pirelli World Challenge includes 10 events between Mar and September. There Audi’s GT3 sports cars will be battling for altogether victories and in a category for TCR foe cars Audi is a pretension defender this year.

Audi Sport patron racing has never before been represented with such a vast lineup of business during so many events on a critical North American market. Furthermore, on Oct 28, a Intercontinental GT Challenge in that Audi is a pretension defender as good will finish during Laguna Seca. It will flog off subsequent week in a Bathurst 12 Hour in Australia where 8 Audi R8 LMS will be on a grid.

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