Rene Rast has announced that he won’t continue in the DTM for the first year of its GT3 era to defend his title. Read more

Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler begins its final season as a factory team in Formula E with big goals: Lucas di Grassi and his new teammate René Rast want to clinch victories and fight for the title in the series’ first year as a world championship. The season kicks off with two night races in Diriyah (Saudi Arabia). Read more

Audi RS 3 LMS (2021)

Audi Sport customer racing is perfecting the new RS 3 LMS entry-level touring car in a demanding environment prior to delivery to the customer teams: the newcomer to Audi Sport’s model range, which was unveiled just a fortnight ago, competes in the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup, the most high-profile and fiercely contested TCR racing series worldwide. Read more

Formula E races in Saudi Arabia could move to a new location as part of the country’s plans to boost domestic tourism. Read more

Formula E, test Valencia 2020

In exactly two weeks, Formula E will begin its new season, the first as an official FIA world championship. Ahead of the two races in Diriyah (Saudi Arabia), Lucas di Grassi and René Rast talk about the tingling sensation before the start, a promise to the fans and very special leisure activities. Read more

With an energized driving demonstration and a world premiere featuring high-caliber participants, Audi has presented its new electric spearhead – the Audi e-tron GT2. In two events on the digital Day of Progress, the Four Rings showcased the highlights of this fully electric gran turismo: dynamic driving performance, emotional design, and sustainability. Read more

Audi RS 3 LMS (2021)

Audi Sport customer racing continues its model offensive. The second generation of the Audi RS 3 LMS follows in the footsteps of one of the brand’s successful touring cars. Improved in many areas, the new model for global TCR racing had its virtual premiere at Audi Sport in Neuburg an der Donau on February 5.

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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.

A two-day test will take place at Hockenheim on 7-8 April followed by another three days of running at the Lausitzring on 4-6 May, leaving a month’s gap until the season opener at Monza on 19-20 June. Read more