|Motorsport Newsletter 44/2012: Marchy Lee triumphs in Audi R8 LMS Cup|
| • Mortara takes double victory and Lee becomes first Cup Champion |
• Honor for Marcel Fassler in Switzerland
• Miguel Molina and Marc Gené attend vehicle handover to Real Madrid
Under the eyes of Olympic fencing gold medalist Britta Heidemann, Marchy Lee became the first title winner of the Audi R8 LMS Cup at Shanghai, China. After scoring a two-fold victory in the Cup, Edoardo Mortara is traveling to Macau with lots of tailwind. Title decision at the finale: At Shanghai, Marchy Lee celebrated the title win in the Audi R8 LMS Cup. In the presence of former Olympic epee fencing gold medalist Britta Heidemann the Audi driver from Hong Kong only needed two second places in the two final races at the Shanghai International Circuit to crown himself the first title winner in the Audi R8 LMS Cup. The overall runner-up was Adderly Fong, who finished both sessions in third place. Edoardo Mortara, who completed a Formula One test last week, celebrated a commanding two-fold victory on his guest run in the Cup. With that, the Audi factory driver managed a successful dress rehearsal for the GT race in Macau next weekend where Mortara in the Audi R8 LMS ultra is aiming to clinch his fourth consecutive victory at the Guia Circuit.
|SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX PREVIEWSINGAPORE – Character counts for a lot in F1, and for any new circuit on the F1 calendar, the establishment of a recognizable identity is half the battle in attracting a fan base and holding on to your slot on the schedule. We'll spare the blushes of those that have fallen by the wayside and instead point to Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina and Austin's COTA as two places that have done a decent job of building a good identity – one as high tech, the other down home, over the past few years.|
|LAST RACE OF IMPRESSIVE DEBUT SEASON FOR CONTINENTAL GT3• Bentley looks to finish the season in style at the Nürburgring|
• Team and drivers in contention to be Endurance Series champions
• 'Very high confidence in the cars and the team'
(Crewe, 17th September 2014) Final preparations are being made as the Bentley Continental GT3 is readied for the last race in the 2014 Blancpain Endurance Series, at the famous Nürburgring in Germany. Bentley, in conjunction with technical partners M-Sport, is looking to finish the season on a high, after ....
|BLANCPAIN ENDURANCE SERIES SEASON FINALE FULL OF HIGHLIGHTS FOR AUDI SPORT CUSTOMER RACINGAudi R8 LMS ultra to battle for the title at the Nürburgring|
◾Four teams with seven GT3 race cars from Audi on the grid
◾Skiing world champion Didier Cuche to celebrate Audi racing debut
Ingolstadt, September 16, 2014 – In GT racing, Audi will be celebrating the finale of the Blancpain Endurance Series on September 21 with several attractions. The 1,000-kilometer race on the Nürburgring will not only be about the decision between the four Audi drivers at the top of the standings and their i....
|BENTLEY RACES TO FIRST VICTORY IN NORTH AMERICA• Bentley Boy Guy Smith sets unstoppable pace in Utah|
• The first ever victory for Bentley Motorsport outside Europe
• Continental GT3 shows prodigious pace after half a season of the Pirelli World Challenge
(Crewe, 16th September 2014) Bentley made history again this weekend with its first ever motorsport victory outside of Europe. Taking first and third place at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah in the penultimate race of the 2014 Pirelli World Challenge championship, Bentley's moto....
|TIMO SCHEIDER CLINCHES THIRD PLACE FOR AUDI◾First podium of the season for the two-time DTM Champion|
◾Miguel Molina and Mike Rockenfeller score points as well
◾DTM manufacturers' classification remains open
Ingolstadt/Lausitzring, September 14, 2014 – Audi driver Timo Scheider clinched third place, marking his first podium result of the season, at the Lausitzring in front of 58,000 spectators (throughout the weekend).
On an initially wet track, the two-time DTM Champion in the AUTO TEST Audi RS 5 DTM of Audi Sport Team ....