Audi Canada

Two victories for a Audi R8 LMS in Thailand

Audi R8 LMS GT4

Second place during Watkins Glen: Team Rearden Racing tender with a clever opening on a sixth competition weekend of a Pirelli GT4 America SprintX during Watkins Glen. In a margin of 23 entrants, Vesko Kozarov/Jeff Burton in a initial of dual races finished runners-up in an Audi R8 LMS GT4. Consequently, as formerly in a second eventuality in Virginia, they scored a full array of points in a AM sequence for a third time. 

Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup

Rogalski extends lead of a standings: Robin Rogalski usually indispensable dual third places on a fifth competition weekend of a Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup to somewhat extend his lead of a standings. The German had trafficked to Most with a accelerate of 16 points and returned with a 17-point advantage. He showed his strongest opening in a initial turn when he claimed a lectern finish after starting from sixth on a grid. Like a week progressing during a Lausitzring, rookie Maximilian Paul again won both races on a Czech competition track. His best evident opposition in a initial feverishness was Tim Reiter, who stood on a lectern for a initial time. In a second race, Jedrzej Szczesniak from Poland took second position and so kept a runner-up’s mark in a standings in front of a Swiss Rudolf Rhyn. Szczesniak benefited from an blunder on Reiter’s partial since a 20-year-old tyro suspicion a competition had finished one path before a finish. 

Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)

Two victories during Watkins Glen: Michael McCann Jr. managed an exquisite weekend in a TC America. The American with Team McCann Racing won both scurry races in an Audi RS 3 LMS with some-more than a two-second advantage in a sixth eventuality during Watkins Glen. In a TCR Cup class, one motorist was widespread via a weekend as well: Canadian Travis Hill in an Audi RS 3 LMS with a dual-clutch delivery scored category feat in both races for TWOth Autosport.

Third feat for Audi in TCR Italy: On a fifth competition weekend of a TCR Italy an Audi motorist won a competition for a third time. Enrico Bettera, who had formerly stood on a tip step of a lectern during a opening eventuality during Monza, was again unbeatable in a initial competition during Imola in an Audi RS 3 LMS. During a march of 14 laps, he pulled transparent of his closest opposition by 3.4 seconds. In a standings, he is ranked in fourth position in a 23-strong margin as a best Audi driver. In a second race, Jacopo Guidetti in another Audi RS 3 LMS achieved third position. 

Second feat in a TCR DSG Endurance: Ermanno Dionisio and Giacomo Barri won a turn of a TCR DSG Endurance for a second time. Following their success during Vallelunga in May, a motorist pairing from BF Motorsport prevailed again during Imola, with a one-second advantage after dual hours of racing. In a standings, a dual drivers as runners-up have reduced their opening to Alessandro and Giovanni Altoè by 8 to 18 points before a finale. At a same time, Dionisio before a culmination during Mugello in Oct is heading a Gentleman sequence of a continuation racing series. 

Commanding opening in China: The Audi RS 3 LMS dominated a category in a third turn of a China Endurance Championship. Team New Faster after 93 competition laps sealed out a podium. The winning motorist contingent of Sun Junlong/Liang Zhiwei/Zou Balong won a continuation competition during Shanghai with a one-lap advantage.

Russell Ingall on lectern again: In a TCR Australia, Russell Ingall continued his fibre of lectern formula in an Audi RS 3 LMS. The 55-year-old furloughed automobile expert, who on a fourth competition weekend had clinched a third and dual second places, cumulative another prize in a fifth eventuality during Winton. In a third scurry on a circuit in a South Australian state of Victoria, he crossed a finish line for a Melbourne Performance Centre in third position. 

Coming adult subsequent week

06–07/09 Zolder (B), rounds 13 and 14, DMV GTC

06–08/09 Hungaroring (H), rounds 9 and 10, Blancpain GT World Challenge Europe

06–08/09 Tianjin (CN), rounds 9 and 10, China GT Championship

06–08/09 Brno (CZ), rounds 11 and 12, Eset V4 Cup

07/09 Nürburgring (D), turn 6, VLN Endurance Championship Nürburgring

07/09 Velo Città (BR), turn 5, Endurance Brasil

07–08/09 Sochi (RUS), rounds 13 and 14, TCR Russia

07–08/09 Silverstone (GB), rounds 9 and 10, International GT Open

07–08/09 Silverstone (GB), rounds 7 and 8, GT Open Cup

07–08/09 Autopolis (J), turn 6, Super GT

07–08/09 Brno (CZ), rounds 14 and 15, FIA CEZ

07–08/09 Jyllandsringen (DK), rounds 11 and 12, TCR Scandinavia

08/09 Wakefield (AUS), rounds 7 and 8, CAMS NSW Production Sports Car Championship

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