Audi Canada

Audi Sport TT Cup celebrates successful universe premiere during Hockenheim

In a new racing array for a Audi TT, a code with a 4 rings offers immature talents a new eventuality to enter a company’s successful motorsport world. The car’s intensely light body, a four-cylinder TFSI engine and a six-speed delivery have been adopted from a prolongation indication scarcely unvaried and yield an ideal bottom for a competition car.

Marc Coleselli was a motorist prevalent in a ancestral initial race. The 21-year-old from Salzburg (A) won a 13-lap turn in front of Nicolaj Møller Madsen (DK) and Dennis Marschall (D). “This was a extensive initial eventuality for a Audi Sport TT Cup,” pronounced Project Leader Rolf Michl. “The throng saw retaining motorsport and we’re gay about a second competition being scheduled for tomorrow.”

In further to 18 permanent entrants, 6 changing guest drivers competition in a Audi Sport TT Cup. At Hockenheim, a two-way conflict between a rallycross superstars Tanner Foust (USA) and Toomas Heikkinen (FIN) is attracting special attention. Round one of this duel went to Foust, who, in fifth place, cumulative feat in a guest motorist sequence as well. The dual reporters Christian Gebhardt (D) and Horst von Saurma (D), who have racing knowledge underneath their belts, took positions 12 and 16.

Round dual of a Audi Sport TT Cup will start on Sunday during 9.40. The competition will be promote by live streaming on

– End –

Related video:

*Fuel expenditure of a models named above:
Audi TT

Combined fuel expenditure in l/100 km: 7.5–4.2;
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 174–110