Audi wins it all at the Nurburgring.
Swiss race car driver Cyndie Allemann made her debut last weekend at the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring while at the same time wrapping up production for her reality TV show Ziel: Grüne Hölle’. A busy weekend for the popular race car driver.
Alongside the race-leading charger, Aston Martin’s Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S successfully completed its first international race lap on pure hydrogen.
As the favorites faltered, steady driving from the Swiss team made the difference.
Nürburgring was red flag due to heavy rain showers and fog on the Nordschleife and expected to restart at 0800hrs CET on Monday 20 May with AMR's Bilstein liveried #007 V12 Vantage GT3 holding the lead.
The #36 Erebus entry led much of the last part of the race and despite not being the fastest car across the weekend, outlasted, outplayed and outwitted their rivals in a commanding performance.
Outstanding result in first test race as reliability combines with strong pace to achieve 4th place after 12 hours of pushing the new car to the limit in preparation for 2014.
Top three Audi TT RS, Porsche 997 Cup, Radical.
Repeating their maiden win from 2012, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 team was strong again with Khalid Al Qubaisi, Sean Edwards, Jeroen Bleekemolen, and Bernd Schneider.
An amazing overall win by the No. 9 Black Falcon Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 in the always challenging endurance race at the famous “Green Hell”
Aston Martin’s Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S continues to run smoothly.
Second place was not what they aimed for at the 24 Hour of Nürburgring as Team Marc VDS narrowly missed out on securing a 20th overall victory for BMW at the challenging classic endurance event.
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With nighttime temperatures in the high 20s the field is beginning to see the sunrise.
The top Italian AF Corse Ferrari team scored its second successive victory in the Gulf 12 Hours around the spectacular Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. The event is open to four categories of cars: GT3, GT4, Cups and Sportscars CN2 Prototypes. The...
Bernd Schneider, Jeroen Bleekemolen, Sean Edwards and Nicki Thiim with their Mercedes-Benz SLS AMGT GT3 won the endurance battle in Nordschleife.
After six hours: BMW Sports Trophy Team Marc VDS impresses in the rain – Race interrupted at the Nürburgring.
Bernd Schneider, Thomas Jager and Alex Roloff surviving a chaotic final hour to take the win.
Farnbacher Racing team suffered two mishaps during the race which caused team withdrawal
Jeroen Bleekemolen, Bernd Schneider and Khaled Al Qubaisi took the victory on the Yas Marina Circuit by one lap over AF Corse Ferrari.
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Stephen Errity, GT Correspondent
Dr Ulrich Bez, Aston Martin CEO and Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S driver: “Our centenary celebrations continue, of course, and now we look forward to more success on track at Le Mans.”
No.80 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 crosses the line 14th in class after an eventful race.
Marc VDS Racing’s number 3 and number 4 cars led the race during the first four and a half hours, with temperatures reaching up to 30 degrees Celsius.
Mazda6 SKYACTIV-D Clean Diesel Racecars complete Thunderhill 25-Hour debut.
Four Audi customer teams recorded a top-ten result with the Audi R8 LMS ultra in the 12-hour race at Bathurst (Australia).
Victory in the BMW M235i Racing Cup class goes to the “Eifelblitz”.
The weather and traffic dominate Bathurst
The iconic blue and yellow Bilstein-liveried #007 completed 156 laps of the 25-km race and showed the pace and reliability.