Audi R8 LMS Cup 2018 exclusively for privateers: In a seventh season, a Audi R8 LMS Cup will underline a essentially new format, a one-make crater being exclusively indifferent to highwayman drivers in a future. They will have a choice between dual competition cars. The Audi R8 LMS GT3 will be assimilated by a Audi R8 LMS GT4 as an appealing newcomer. A mentoring module with superintendence supposing by veteran Audi Sport drivers will make it probable for a privateers to evenly rise their pushing skills further. All information from a use sessions and a races will be plainly permitted to all participants. At a same time, a use group from Absolute Racing as a central fielding group will offer limit equivalence of event to all a campaigners. Above and over a one-make cup, a motorsport height of Audi Sport patron racing Asia encompasses a partnership with internal teams in different racing classes and array of a region. This is where a veteran campaigners that used to be means to attend in a Audi R8 LMS Cup as good will have their theatre in a future.
Award for versatile Audi campaigner: A jury has comparison René Rast as ADAC Motorsportsman of a Year. The 31-year-old veteran racing motorist has won a DTM for Audi this year. His career began to collect adult movement in a one-make cups of a Volkswagen Group in 2005 before Rast switched to Audi’s patron racing module and subsequently to a DTM while stability to contest in comparison GT racing events. His vital successes in a Audi R8 LMS embody category feat in a Daytona 24 Hours in 2016, altogether victories in a 24-hour races during Spa in 2012 and 2014, and during a Nürburgring in 2014, and a ADAC GT Masters pretension win in 2014. Rast has competed for Audi in a Le Mans 24 Hours as well. “René is a means competition motorist and glorious envoy for a whole brand,” pronounced Chris Reinke, Head of Audi Sport patron racing. “The endowment recognizes his flexibility and extraordinary series of successes he has clinched in his career to date.”
Dates for subsequent week
10–12/11 Highlands Motorsport Park (NZ), turn 4, Australian Endurance Championship
11–12/11 Motegi (J), turn 8, Super GT
10–12/11 Austin (USA), 24H Endurance Series