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Treluyer convinced to scrap retirement plans after Fuji

Benoit Treluyer says he was contemplating retirement in the run-up to the SUPER GT x DTM Dream Race, but is now motivated to make a full-time racing return.

Audi reveals drivers for DTM/Super GT joint race

Audi has announced that Rene Rast, Mike Rockenfeller, Loic Duval and Benoit Treluyer will represent the German brand in the first-ever joint race between DTM and SUPER GT at Fuji Speedway.

Treluyer, de Vries join Virgin for Morocco FE test

Triple Le Mans winner Benoit Treluyer and Formula 2 race winner Nyck de Vries will drive for Virgin Racing at this weekend’s post-race ABB FIA Formula E test in Marrakesh.

Audi names six drivers for DTM rookie test

World Rallycross event winner Andreas Bakkerud is among the six drivers called up by Audi for customary end-of-season DTM rookie testing.

WRT keeps Frijns, adds Treluyer and Dennis to Blancpain line-up

Top Blancpain team Audi WRT has announced its full 2017 line-up, which includes endurance ace Benoit Treluyer, junior single-seater convert Jake Dennis and Formula E driver Robin Frijns.

Treluyer may sit out 2017 running of Le Mans

Benoit Treluyer says he may sit out this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours, as he has yet to receive an offer from a winning team to contest the French classic.

Audi boss responds to quit rumours: “Nothing is decided”

Audi’s Head of Motorsport Dr Wolfgang Ullrich has responded to reports in the German press that the manufacturer is set to withdraw from LMP1 after 2017, insisting nothing has yet been decided.

Davidson still feeling pain, Treluyer “not driving very well”

The two factory LMP1 drivers who missed the previous round of the FIA World Endurance Championship through injury, Toyota’s Anthony Davidson and Audi’s Benoit Treluyer, both believe they can get through the 6 Hours of COTA race weekend.

Austin WEC: Jarvis tops first practice session for Audi

Audi’s Oliver Jarvis led the way in the opening free practice session for Saturday’s 6 Hours of COTA, round six of the FIA World Endurance Championship in Austin.

Treluyer joins Davidson on Mexico WEC sicklist

Audi driver Benoit Treluyer has become the second factory LMP1 driver in the FIA World Endurance Championship to be ruled out of the 6 Hours of Mexico.

Fassler: Treluyer absence will make Nurburgring race feel “bizarre”

Audi’s Marcel Fassler has admitted that the Six Hours of Nurburgring will feel “bizarre” without the injured Benoit Treluyer.

Treluyer to miss Nurburgring after spinal injury

Audi driver Benoit Treluyer will not participate in the next round of the FIA World Endurance Championship at the Nurburgring after suffering a spinal column injury in a mountain bike accident.

Le Mans 24 Hours: Full starting grid in pictures

Here is the starting grid for the 84th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in pictures.

Benoît Tréluyer: My seven wonders of Le Mans!

The #7 Audi R18 driver shares his seven biggest thrills about the twice-around-the-clock classic.

Benoit Treluyer: "Audi gains momentum ahead of this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours"

The triple Le Mans winners were able to find solace in the #8 sister car winning the race.

Benoit Treluyer: “Fired up!”

Benoit Treluyer: "What’s more, we’ve worried people at Porsche. They knew we would be competitive at some point during the season, but perhaps they didn’t expect it to happen so soon!"

Audi blames “bouncing” for WEC exclusion, will not appeal

Audi has withdrawn its appeal after its winning car was excluded from the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship at Silverstone.

Audi to appeal Silverstone exclusion

Audi Sport Team Joest has elected to appeal the decision to exclude the #7 Audi R18 from the opening World Endurance Championship race of the season at Silverstone.

Audi excluded from Silverstone WEC win for worn skidblock

Audi has lost victory in the opening round of the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship following post-race scrutineering at Silverstone, handing the win to Porsche.

Silverstone WEC: Hartley flyer displays Porsche’s true pace

Porsche’s Brendon Hartley dipped under last year’s pole time in second practice for the Silverstone WEC opener, but it wasn’t all good news for the German marque as the sister car suffered a brief off.

Silverstone WEC: Porsche dominates opening practice of 2016

Porsche dominated the opening practice session of the 2016 World Endurance Championship season, as Timo Bernhard set the pace in the #1 919 Hybrid.

Benoit Treluyer: “Ready for action”

Benoit Treluyer and his Audi Sport teammates Marcel Fassler and Andre Lotterer are arriving this weekend at the 6 Hours of Silverstone

Porsche quickest again in second session of WEC Prologue

WEC's reigning manufacturer champion Porsche continued to set the pace in the second session of Day 1 of the Prologue test at Paul Ricard.

Top 10 FIA WEC LMP1 drivers of 2015

Motorsport.com's endurance racing correspondent Sam Smith picks out his top 10 LMP1 full-timers from the World Endurance Championship in 2015.