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Double start for Audi star Mattias Ekström

The 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship will start during Montalegre, Portugal, subsequent weekend (April 16/17). Team EKS is fielding dual Audi S1 EKS RX quattro cars for Ekström and new signing Toomas Heikkinen from Finland. Thanks to a 

560-hp four-cylinder turbo engine and quattro drive, a compress sports automobile manages a scurry from 0 to 100 km/h in monumental 2.4 seconds.

“I’d like to see quattro expostulate in a DTM as well. Unfortunately, it’s taboo there,” says Mattias Ekström. “I’ve always been a quattro fan. Ever given we started pushing a Audi S1 in a World RX we adore quattro.” That’s also because his group uses a new hashtag, #welovequattro, this season. New as good is Mattias Ekström’s adoption of “5,” a series of his DTM car, for a 2016 World Rally Championship. “That way, a spectators usually have to remember a singular
series …”

Besides a DTM and a World Rallycross Championship, there is another reason for Audi fans to transport to Hockenheim on a second weekend in May. The Audi Sport TT Cup, that creates it probable for immature drivers to enter motorsport, will be holding a initial dual events of a season. The DTM and a Audi Sport TT Cup will be racing on a 4.574-kilometer Grand Prix circuit. For a World RX round, a short, 1.24-kilometer lane with 60 percent tarmac and 40 percent sand has been combined in a Motodrom.

Tickets and VIP packages for a DTM Festival during Hockenheim are accessible online on a redesigned Audi Sport website during