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Audi

From hunter to hunted

For almost 40 years, Audi Sport has been synonymous with AUDI AG’s successful involvement in motorsport. The Ingolstadt-based manufacturer now also sells the sportiest Audi models and accessories under the label Audi Sport. Still a relatively new brand at the time, Audi’s first motorsport activities were run under the name Audi Motorsport at the end of the 1970s. With the entry in the World Rally Championship, the motorsport department was renamed Audi Sport in 1980. Even then, factory motorsport was part of technical development at Audi. This close relationship guarantees the transfer of technology between motorsport and production, which is traditionally a key reason for Audi’s involvement in motorsport of the very highest standard.    There are currently two pillars to the works motorsport programme: Electromobility benefits from Formula E, while the DTM supports the development of modern, highly-efficient combustion engines, as used in the DTM and SUPER GT from 2019. Audi uses two-litre, four-cylinder turbo engines all over the world in many production models and performances levels, as they play a major role in reducing the average emissions of new vehicles.   In 2019 Audi starts with the same 6 drivers as in 2018. These are joined by the two WRT-rookies Jonathan Aberdein and Pietro Fittipaldi.

Hersteller Fahrer: 
  • 4 Robin Frijns
  • 21 Pietro Fittipaldi WRT Team Audi Sport
  • 27 Jonathan Aberdein WRT Team Audi Sport
  • 28 Loïc Duval
  • 33 René Rast
  • 51 Nico Müller Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline
  • 53 Jamie Green Audi Sport Team Rosberg
  • 99 Mike Rockenfeller Audi Sport Team Phoenix
Audi in the DTM 

Year

Car

Pos. / Driver

1984

Audi 80

43rd place (Hagen Arlt)

1986

Audi 200 quattro

40th place (Freddy Kottulinsky)

1990

Audi V8 quattro

1st place (Hans-Joachim Stuck)

1991

Audi V8 quattro

1st place (Frank Biela)

1992

Audi V8 quattro

15th place (Frank Biela)

2000

Abt-Audi TT-R

16th place (Laurent Aiello)

2001

Abt-Audi TT-R

5th place (Laurent Aiello)

2002

Abt-Audi TT-R

1st place (Laurent Aiello)

2003

Abt-Audi TT-R

4th place (Mattias Ekström)

2004

Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Mattias Ekström)

2005

Audi A4 DTM

2nd place (Mattias Ekström)

2006

Audi A4 DTM

3rd place (Tom Kristensen)

2007

Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Mattias Ekström)

2008

Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Timo Scheider)

2009

Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Timo Scheider)

2010

Audi A4 DTM

4th place (Timo Scheider)

2011

Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Martin Tomczyk)

2012

Audi A5 DTM

4th place (Mike Rockenfeller)

2013

Audi RS 5 DTM

1st place (Mike Rockenfeller)

2014

Audi RS 5 DTM

2nd place (Mattias Ekström)

2015

Audi RS 5 DTM

2nd place (Jamie Green)

2016

Audi RS 5 DTM

2nd place (Edoardo Mortara)

2017

Audi RS 5 DTM

1st place (René Rast)

Audi RS5 DTM 2019








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