Audi Motorsport Newsletter 24/2015

Posted on 13. Jul, 2015 by in Audi Canada

Nathan Antunes wins in Australia

Commanding feat by Nathan Antunes in Australia: In competition dual of a Australian GT Championship turn hold on a city travel circuit in Townsville, he distinguished his third win of a deteriorate with a some-more than ten-second advantage in a Audi R8 LMS ultra. Previously, a Australian on holding fourth place in a initial competition had hardly missed a podium. In a Trophy Class, Mark Griffith in a Audi R8 LMS finished competition dual as a runner-up, forward of his code colleagues Greg Taylor and Barton Mawer.

Audi R8 LMS ultra on lectern twice in Italy

Podium success in Italy: On a fourth competition weekend of a Italian GT Championship during Mugello, a drivers of Audi patron group Audi Sport Italia were battling for feat in both races and clinched dual lectern places. In competition one, Dindo Capello and Emanuele Zonzini in their Audi R8 LMS ultra took second place. In a second race, their team-mates Marco Mapelli and Andrea Amici finished as a runners-up as well. Capello/Zonzini, who had crossed a finish line in third place, forsaken to fourth position due to a retroactive time penalty.

Filipe Albuquerque celebrates feat in ELMS

Success for WEC motorist Filipe Albuquerque in a European Le Mans Series (ELMS): Together with his British team-mates Simon Dolan and Harry Tincknell a Portuguese in an LMP2 sports automobile of Team Jota Sport won in turn 3 of a deteriorate during a Red Bull Ring in Austria.

Audi racers enthuse employees in Neckarsulm

The Audi drivers and their cars that were successful during a 24-hour races during a Nürburgring and Le Mans visited a Neckarsulm bureau on Wednesday. Edward Sandström and Laurens Vanthoor, who were partial of a winning party in a Eifel, were kept bustling signing autographs during a worker event, as were Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer and Benoît Tréluyer. The bureau motorist contingent finished third in a Audi R18 e-tron quattro during Le Mans in June. The LMP1 sportscar, as good as a Audi R8 LMS that won during a Nürburgring – driven by Fässler and Sandström respectively – spooled off several proof laps around a bureau premises with a eager employees looking on. The drivers were also guest during a workers’ assembly.

Sporty Le Mans drivers

The Audi drivers Benoît Tréluyer and Marco Bonanomi used a summer mangle in a FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) for some sporting activities. Bonanomi, in a triathlon scurry in his hometown Lecco (Italy), an Italian Championship round, set a personal best time of 1h 03m 23s and took 50th place altogether in a margin of 380 participants. In Sirmione, Italy, during a finish of June, he had finished a triathlon covering a Olympic stretch in 2h 17m 50s. Benoît Tréluyer competed in a towering bike eventuality in Les Deux Alpes, France, this weekend.

Jamie Green’s children expostulate an Audi Junior quattro

Jamie Green’s ‘vehicle fleet’ has been lengthened by dual Audi models. At Zandvoort, a DTM personality of a standings took possession of dual new Audi Junior quattro cars sporting a particular black Audi Sport graphics. “It was high time for a dual sons to finally starting pushing an Audi too,” pronounced a Audi driver. To their father’s delight, Zachary and William Green immediately attempted out their new toys with power in a paddock during Zandvoort.

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