Alex Job sat down with Endurance-Info's Laurent Mercier for an insight into the team's present and future in the newly merged championship for 2014 - the Tudor United SportsCar Championship.
As 2014 is approaching with a new era in North American sportscar racing, with the birth of the United SportsCar Racing, we at the Audi Motorsport Blog start a series of posts about Audi's era of dominance in the ALMS.
Audi’s first-session time stands up, for pole position
Jim France will give the green flag to the field for the 90th anniversary 24 Hours of Le Mans, following in his father's footsteps, Bill France Jr. who gave the green flag to the field in the 1976 edition of the race.
With alternative fuels and energies quite popular in racing these days (Le Mans has an extra, non-points awarding, entry devoted to exactly this), Motorsport.com thought it would be fun to explore the ultimate alternative energy sourced racer.
Endurance-Info’s Laurent Mercier recently sat down with Audi’s head of motorsport at Sebring to discuss the brand’s swan song victory at the 12 Hours and what the future holds for battles against Toyota and incoming Porsche.
Taking the Michelin Green X Challenge GT class honors was the Houston-based Risi Competizione Ferrari 458 Italia
First triumph of a hybrid race car at Sebring. One-two victory of the Audi R18 e-tron quattro on U.S. debut. Fässler, Jarvis and Tréluyer win endurance classic.
Risi Ferrari starting to pull away in GT
Massive GT battle in the offing for the final four hours
Beretta leads spirited GT battle in Risi Ferrari.
Extreme Speed Motorsports grabs P2 lead.
Marcel Fässler achieves new qualifying track record at Sebring. Both hybrid race cars of Audi Sport Team Joest on front row. Tenth pole position in total for Audi at Sebring.