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June 14th, 2013
Audi Le Mans star Tom Kristensen is looking forward to the battle with Porsche at Le Mans next year.
December 20th, 2012
Briton Nick Tandy has landed a factory deal with Porsche for 2013. The 28-year-old, who won the Porsche Cup as the most successful privateer driver of 2012, becomes the 10th factory driver . He joins a roster that includes Timo Bernhard, Romain Dumas and Jorg Bergmeister, Marc Lieb and Patrick Long.
December 20th, 2012
Former grand prix driver Lucas di Grassi will join Audi’s LMP1 line-up in 2013. The Brazilian, 28, has been signed to drive one of the German manufacturer’s R18 e-tron quattros after a starring performance on his sportscar debut at the Interlagos World Endurance Championship round in September. Di Grassi takes the place of Marco Bonanomi in Audi’s prototype squad, which will include a three-car attack on the Le Mans 24 Hours in June.
November 25th, 2012
Robert Kubica’s domination of the Rallye du Var came to an abrupt end when he crashed on the penultimate stage. Although the incident left their Citroen C4 WRC on fire, both Kubica and co-driver Emanuele Inglesi escaped unhurt. Prior to the accident, Kubica had been on course for a commanding victory in the toughest event of his comeback so far.
November 24th, 2012
Robert Kubica’s Rallye du Var lead is up to five minutes heading into the final day of the French event.
October 6th, 2012
Racing drivers Yvan Muller and Romain Dumas have both admitted the second day of Rallye de France has been tougher than they expected.
June 1st, 2012
Marc Gene will replace Timo Bernhard in Audi’s Le Mans 24 Hours line-up after the team’s 2010 winner failed to regain his fitness in time following a testing accident at Sebring in March. Gene, who also won Le Mans alongside Alex Wurz and David Brabham driving for Audi’s former turbodiesel rival Peugeot in 2009, was drafted into Audi’s squad when it became clear Bernard would need a long recovery period for his vertebrae injury
May 6th, 2012
Spa six hours winner Marc Gene said his decision to switch to slick tyres a stint earlier than his rivals in the early stages of the race – a strategy which was key to his crew’s victory in the race – was something he had been contemplating overnight before the event.
April 17th, 2012
Audi has signed Peugeot refugee Marc Gene as a reserve driver for the Le Mans 24 Hours. The 38-year-old Spaniard had been part of Peugeot’s Le Mans effort from its inception in 2007 to its abrupt cancellation at the end of 2011, taking victory at Le Mans along the way. In addition to being Audi’s standby for Le Mans, Gene will also race one of the team’s new R18 ultras in the Spa round of the World Endurance Championship in May, substituting for the Timo Bernhard, who is still not fully recovered from his Sebring testing crash
March 16th, 2012
Audi maintained its stranglehold on the top of the timesheets in final practice for the Sebring 12 Hours. Romain Dumas ended up fastest in the only one of the three R18 TDIs to take to the track in the fourth session. The other two R18s had completed their test programmes ahead of Friday afternoon’s qualifying session for the FIA World Endurance Championship opener and did not run
March 15th, 2012
Audi kept up its pre-race Sebring form by topping the weekend’s opening practice session. Romain Dumas, in the No.3 R18 he will shared with Loic Duval and Timo Bernhard, set the pace with a 1m48.626s – a shade slower than the fastest time during testing, but enough to finish more than one second clear of the field. Perhaps surprisingly given Audi’s almost total lockout of the front three in testing, it was the ALMS-entered No.6 Muscle Milk HPD of Lucas Luhr, Klaus Graf and Simon Pagenaud which carried the fight to the lead Audi
February 29th, 2012
Frenchman Loic Duval has joined Audi’s 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours line-up. The winner of last year’s Sebring 12 Hours with ORECA’s semi-works Peugeot will share a conventional R18 ultra with Timo Bernhard and Romain Dumas in the French classic. The 29-year-old’s programme also includes the FIA World Endurance Championship opener at Sebring later this month and the Spa 6 Hours in May.
October 2nd, 2011
Peugeot claimed a third consecutive victory in the Petit Le Mans enduro at Road Atlanta. The 908 turbodiesel LMP1 driven by Franck Montagny, Stephane Sarrazin and Alex Wurz claimed victory in the 1000-mile event by five laps after both Audi R18 TDIs retired. The German manufacturer’s challenge disappeared early in the eighth hour when Romain Dumas tangled with a Porsche GTC class car as he was mounting a push for the lead.
October 1st, 2011
The remaining factory Peugeot led the Petit Le Mans 1000-mile enduro at Road Atlanta at half-distance.
September 29th, 2011
The #2 Audi emerged fastest in an extraordinarily close second official practice session for this weekend’s Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta. Just 0.116 seconds covered the four cars from the factory Audi and Peugeot teams at the end of the hour. Allan McNish’s late 1m09.768s lap secured the spot for Audi, but the margins among the leaders were tiny
June 11th, 2011
Romain Dumas has slammed some of the gentlemen drivers in the GTE Am class at Le Mans after spinning in traffic during his last stint. The Audi driver was pushing hard as the #1 R18 tries to recover from an early nose change delay. He went down the inside of a GTE Am Porsche at Tertre Rouge and spun
June 11th, 2011
Anthony Davidson gave Peugeot the lead of the Le Mans after the fifth hour of the race. Davidson jumped previous leader Marcel Fassler in the #2 Audi when Fassler came into the pits for the sixth time.
June 9th, 2011
Timo Bernhard says the accident that befell the #1 Audi in first qualifying for the Le Mans 24 Hours has not hindered the car’s preparation programme ahead of this year’s event. Bernhard’s team-mate Romain Dumas crashed the car when he made contact with the stationary Gulf Aston Martin Vantage at Mulsanne corner less than halfway into the session.
April 24th, 2011
The new Audi R18 TDI topped the times in the first session of the Le Mans Test Day. Romain Dumas ended the first four-hour period on a 3m27.900s lap, which was just over half a second quicker than team-mate Benoit Treluyer. The three Audis blocked out the top three positions, with the first Peugeot 908 HDi on a 3m30.516s in the hands of Anthony Davidson
March 20th, 2011
Audi is confident that its R15 TDI had the speed to win the Sebring 12 Hours but for the incidents that delayed both its cars. The #1 car of Mike Rockenfeller, Romain Dumas and Timo Bernhard suffered two punctures in close succession in the early hours, the first due to running over debris, and the second after bodywork rubbed on the tyre. Allan McNish, Dindo Capello and Tom Kristensen were fighting the Peugeots for victory until Marc Gene’s 908 collided with Capello, ending both cars’ shot at the win.