The IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge started again with a victory for Audi Sport customer racing in the supporting program of the Daytona 24 Hours. Following the success of Compass Racing in 2018 and Road Shagger Racing last season, the Audi RS 3 LMS of the Unitronic JDC-Miller MotorSports team now claimed first place in the TCR classification. In a strong field of 17 competitors and touring cars from four different manufacturers, Chris Miller and his fellow competitors Mikey Taylor and William Tally prevailed in the closing minutes of the four-hour race. After a caution period, race control green-flagged the competition four minutes before the regular end. South African Mikey Taylor overtook Honda driver Ryan Eversley to win by seven-tenths of a second. For Audi’s entry-level touring car, this marked already the fifth victory in the still young 2021 season following initial successes in China.

In the Canadian Touring Car Championship, Canadian privateer Zachary Vanier won the first title of an Audi Sport customer this year with an Audi RS 3 LMS. Read more

After Audi Sport’s customers had already celebrated four major victories in Europe’s most important GT3 racing series in Germany, Italy and at European level over the past few weeks, two further significant victories in the GT World Challenge Sprint Cup were clinched on the second weekend in August. Read more

Audi Sport made a strong showing with its customers in Europe, Japan and Canada. The opening victory of the Belgian Audi Club Team WRT in the most fiercely contested endurance racing series in Europe was the highlight of the fourth weekend in July.

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Audi Sport Italia made a strong start in the Italian GT Championship in an endurance race that was fiercely contested all the way to the end. Two GT4 exploits and one podium result each for the Audi R8 LMS GT2 and the Audi RS 3 LMS round off the weekend’s success.

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Pfaff Motorsports announced its intentions to compete in the full season of the 2020 Canadian Touring Car Championship, fielding a Motul-sponsored plaid Audi RS3 LMS TCR, representing the Pfaff Audi (Vaughan) and H.J. Pfaff Audi (Newmarket)
dealerships. The car will be driven by 17-year-old Canadian driver Zachary Vanier for the revised, six-race CTCC calendar. Read more

The tentative schedule for the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s has been further revised and firmed up, with date changes for three of the rounds. Read more

THOMPSON AND SPEEDSTAR MOTORSPORT CONTINUE DOMINATION OF CTCC IN ...

As the Ontario COVID-19 restrictions slowly decrease, motorsports organizations were able to reopen and resume their activities.  With only a few months left to the racing season in Canada, this revised calendar has been adjusted to reflect the current situation.

What was a six-event competition has now been cut in half. Three double-headers concentrated in the province of Ontario will define the 2020 championship. Read more

Audi 'Hopeful' of Continued GTD Presence – Sportscar365

The IMSA SportsCar Championship in North America will resume with two behind-closed-door races at Daytona and Sebring in July. Read more

12-15 March, 2014, Sebring, Florida, USAIMSA, Patron, and Tudor Championship flags© 2014, Michael L. LevittLAT Photo USA for IMSA

The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) today announced schedule updates for three 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge events.

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