Dries Vanthoor1998-04-20 (age 22)
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WRT delivered Audi’s first Intercontinental GT Challenge victory of 2019 following a dominant showing in the second-ever running of Suzuka 10 Hours.
Charles Weerts and Dries Vanthoor made amends for their race one retirement by taking their first victory of the Blancpain GT World Challenge Europe season for Audi at Misano.
New Audi DTM driver Robin Frijns will return to the Blancpain GT Series with the WRT Audi team in 2018.
Robin Frijns, Stuart Leonard, and Dries Vanthoor are the 2018 Bathurst 12 Hour champions, after the race was declared early due to a massive final-stint crash.
The first Sprint meeting of the season will have 34 cars on the starting grid, representing seven prestigious manufacturers.
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.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Will Stevens will continue with top Blancpain GT team Audi WRT for the 2017 season, it has been announced.
The podium came for Will Stevens, Dries Vanthoor and Laurens Vanthoor after an incredible weekend of hard work and mixed emotions
Team WRT will be debuting in the European Le Mans Series at Spa-Francorchamps, with a line-up of Will Stevens, Laurens Vanthoor and Dries Vanthoor.
The GP-Strecke and the Eifel’s unpredictable weather are waiting the Blancpain for another crowded and closely-fought race.
Blancpain GT Series program expanded, with 5 cars in Sprint and 4 in Endurance, in partnership with the Belgian Audi Club.