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Accolade for Audi bureau driver: Tom Kristensen in Hall of Fame

Tom Kristensen has won a Le Mans 24 Hours 8 times given 1997, carrying distinguished 6 of his successes with Audi. His motorsport career has now been famous during a Royal Opera House in London. Since Monday, Tom Kristensen has been a new member of a Hall of Fame. The 45-year-old Dane has so assimilated a ranks of racing legends Tazio Nuvolari, Enzo Ferrari, Juan Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher.

“It’s a good honour for me to accept this prestigious endowment from a repository that is famous around a world,” says a Audi driver. “Sports automobile continuation racing is a ‘team’ competition and we have been really advantageous to expostulate for a really best teams and to share a automobile with illusory team-mates and so in this respect, this endowment is for them only as many as me.” In further to a Dane, his Audi motorist colleagues Allan McNish and Oliver Jarvis and his former team-mate Dindo Capello attended a event. As competition engineers, Leena Gade, Howden Haynes and Kyle Wilson-Clarke represented a operational side of Audi’s continuation racing module in London as well.

Tom Kristensen will have his initial racing joining in a 2013 deteriorate with a Audi R18 e-tron quattro during a 12-hour competition during Sebring (Florida) on Mar 16. With 6 victories underneath his belt, a Dane is also a many successful motorist of all time during a U.S. continuation classic.

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