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WEC Austin: Audi Sport quotes

André Lotterer (Audi R18 e-tron quattro #7): “Our rivals were stronger generally in traffic. For us, it was about anticipating a set-up that all drivers were happy with. In a second half of a race, a automobile was a small improved to expostulate than during a beginning. We’d have favourite being in row in a conflict for victory, though we weren’t quick enough. Today, a trustworthiness of a Audi R18 e-tron quattro paid off. We finished in second place and a teammates in third.”

Benoît Tréluyer (Audi R18 e-tron quattro #7): “Our weekend was rough. On Thursday, we mislaid a lot of time in use when a automobile wasn’t running. Our mechanics had a towering of work to cope with. In a race, a automobile was okay. We had to give everything, a plan was good, and second place a reward. We need to urge once some-more now in sequence to advance. Congratulations to Porsche on clinching victory.”

Lucas di Grassi (Audi R18 e-tron quattro #8): “The conflict between a manufacturers is intense. The outcome during Austin valid that Porsche has worked out an advantage. We attempted to recompense for that by impeccably pushing by trade and losing as small time as probable in a process. But that’s not enough. We need to turn even faster in sequence to be competitive. We’re all operative on a idea of achieving a best for Audi.”

Loïc Duval (Audi R18 e-tron quattro #8): “To plea a opponents, we have to go to a extent and urge some more. Porsche deserves this victory. Without a stop-and-go penalty, we’d have even been a bit better. Our automobile was flattering good in a race, though we can still change a few some-more things for a subsequent round. In a conflict for a championship, each indicate depends for Audi.”

Oliver Jarvis (Audi R18 e-tron quattro #8): “We’re holding some certain aspects and a lectern place home from a weekend. Up to a penalty, we were battling with Porsche. We really took some risks in trade and done good time in a process. In a remaining races, we’d like to urge once some-more in sequence to finish a second half of a deteriorate on a certain note.”