Audi Motorsport Newsletter 35/2016

Posted on 26. Sep, 2016 by in Audi Canada

Audi R8 LMS Cup: Marchy Lee and Alex Yoong win in Korea

During a fourth competition weekend of a Audi R8 LMS Cup in Korea, a spectators witnessed retaining duels. In competition one, stick sitter Alessio Picariello collided with ex Formula 1 motorist Alex Yoong, that finished a competition early for Picariello. Victory went to Marchy Lee, who was trailed by Rahel Frey. Jan Kisiel, who had crossed a finish line in position three, forsaken to fourth place due to a retroactive time penalty, trailing Kyong-Ouk You. In a second race, Alex Yoong struck behind and cumulative victory, trailed by Martin Rump, Marchy Lee and Alessio Picariello. In a standings of a Audi one-make cup, Yoong extended his lead to eleven points, with Marchy Lee in second place trailed by Picariello in third with a necessity of another point.

Second place for Filipe Albuquerque and Marco Mapelli

A lectern for Team Audi Sport Italia on a sixth competition weekend of a Italian GT Championship during Imola: Filipe Albuquerque and Marco Mapelli in an Audi R8 LMS clinched second place in Sunday’s race. In a initial feverishness on Saturday, in position four, they only hardly missed a lectern place. Before a final weekend during Mugello, Albuquerque and Mapelli are in third place of a standings, with a two-point necessity to a leader.

DMV GTC: Tommy Tulpe wins during Most

Successful weekend for Tommy Tulpe in a penultimate turn of a DMV GTC during Most (Czech Republic): The German in a Audi R8 LMS of Team HCB-Rutronik Racing finished competition one in second place overall. In a second heat, he clinched feat following a retirement of his fiercest rival. In a Dunlop 60 competition final a event, Tommy Tulpe, together with Christoph Dupré, distinguished another feat in a Audi R8 LMS.

Marcel Fässler competes in bicycle competition

Audi bureau motorist Marcel Fässler used a mangle between his WEC commitments in a United States and Japan to attend in a Iron Bike Race in Einsiedeln (Switzerland). Fässler mastered a severe 77-kilometer track with a straight disproportion of 2,300 meters in 4h 06m 37.1s, hardly above his personal best time, and finished a competition in 36th place in a margin of 179 entrants.

Green and Müller expostulate high-powered Audi cars by Budapest

Before a DTM eventuality during Budapest, Audi DTM drivers Jamie Green and Nico Müller presented themselves to a Hungarian motorsport fans. Green and Müller primarily over wishes for autographs and cinema nearby Heroes’ Square. Afterwards, a dual gathering high-powered Audi cars by a streets of a Hungarian capital, giving a spectators a outrageous thrill. Green gathering a Audi RS 5 DTM competition cab and Müller was during a round of a Audi R8 reserve car.

Mike Rockenfeller visits Schaeffler in Hungary

For Audi bureau motorist Mike Rockenfeller a competition weekend in Hungary began with a special event. The Schaeffler code envoy visited a FAG site in Debrecen where he was given a plant tour. In addition, a DTM motorist was presented with a special souvenir: a 200 millionth temperament constructed during a Hungarian plant in September. Some 100 Schaeffler employees from Debrecen and Szombathely were ancillary Rockenfeller during a DTM eventuality during a Hungaroring.

Gosia Rdest with her possess fan club

For Audi Sport TT Cup motorist Gosia Rdest a weekend during Budapest was a special one. During a dual races during a severe Hungaroring a Pole was means to rest on a resounding support by countless fans from her round of family and friends. “Driving in front of so many supporters apparently gave me an additional sip of motivation. It was a good feeling to see their banners while pushing past a grandstands,” pronounced a 23-year-old whose government had organised for special t-shirts and train transport privately for a sum of 63 supporters.

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