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Title successes for Audi Sport business in Asia

Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)

Second pretension success in a TCR China: The New Faster group has won a TCR China for a second time with a Audi RS 3 LMS. After Andy Yan motionless a Chinese racing array in his preference in 2017, a patron group from China was now successful with Huang Chu Han. In a culmination during Zhuzhou, a Chinese usually indispensable a fifth and a sixth position to win a racing array with a four-point advantage. For a Audi RS 3 LMS, this outlines a third drivers’ pretension this year and a ninth in sum given a lass deteriorate in 2017. In a teams’ classification, a pretension also went to a New Faster squad.

A feat and a second place during a Nürburgring: The Audi RS 3 LMS finished a VLN Endurance Championship Nürburgring with dual lectern successes. The Norwegian Møller Bil Motorsport group won a TCR category by a razor-thin margin. Atle Gulbrandsen/Kenneth Østvold/Håkon Schjærin crossed a finish line with an advantage of 0.9 seconds after 4 hours of racing. In annoy of carrying contested usually 6 of 9 rounds, Schjærin/Østvold so clinched a runner-up’s mark in a final TCR classification. In a SP3T class, Team MSC Sinzig e.V. im ADAC relied on an Audi RS 3 LMS in a VLN culmination as well. Peter Muggianu/Roger Vögeli/Roland Waschkau finished runners-up.

Podium in France: In turn 7 of a French Trophée Tourisme Endurance bar racing series, Team Motorsport Développement claimed a mark on a podium. Mané Vignjevic/Pierre-Etienne Chaumat in an Audi RS 3 LMS saw a mottled dwindle as a second-best group in a T4 category after 4 hours of racing during Magny-Cours.

Podium success in Portugal: In turn 4 of a Campeonato Open de Velocidade de Portugal racing array during Portimão, Gustavo Moura in his Audi RS 3 LMS finished a third, 50-minute competition runner-up.

Coming adult subsequent week

01–03/11 Vallelunga (I), FIA Motorsport Games

02/11 Santa Cruz do Sul (BR), turn 7, Endurance Brasil

02/11 Ruapuna (NZ), turn 4, South Island Endurance Series

02–03/11 Motegi (J), turn 8, Super GT

02–03/11 Shaoxing (CN), turn 4, China Endurance Championship

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