Audi quattro Cup: winners have been determined

They are Germany’s winners of a Audi quattro Cup: Nico Schellhase and Sebastian Topel (venue: GC Eisenach, Autohaus Göthling am Wartenberg) as good as Martin Richter and Jörg Böker (venue: GC Schloss Meisdorf, Autohaus Schmidt Söhne Aschersleben) will be personification for altogether feat opposite a general foe during a United Arab Emirates Jumeirah Golf Estates East Course from Dec 7 to 11.

On a hinterland of Berlin, 260 golfers who had competent for a culmination by formerly prevalent in 130 tournaments in Germany played for feat during this week. “The Audi quattro Cup has been a success story for scarcely a entertain of a century. This clearly shows a good seductiveness with some-more than 13,000 participants in Germany alone nonetheless again,” says Markus Siebrecht, Head of Marketing Germany of AUDI AG. “On interest of Audi we unequivocally honour a winners of a German culmination and wish them a lot of fun and of march a lot of success in Dubai.”

The winners’ trophies during Scharmützelsee were presented by Mike Rockenfeller. The Audi motorist and reigning DTM Champion primarily attempted a few shots himself and subsequently congratulated a winners. During a days of a finale, a guest also gifted an outing onto surprising terrain. Together with sailors from Audi Sailing Team Germany a golfers ran a regatta of their possess on house of B/one-sport boats with a length of about 7 meters.

Around a green, Audi presented 3 models from a product range, a Audi S7*, a R8 Spyder* and a TTS*. For a ‘hole-in-one’ shot on hole 13 a code with a 4 rings offering a Audi TTS* as a esteem – however, as in prior years, nothing of a participants managed a ideal shot.

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Fuel expenditure of a models named above:

Audi S7 Sportback 4.0 TFSI quattro:
Combined fuel expenditure in l/100 km: 9.3;
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 215

Audi R8 Sypder 5.2 FSI:
Combined fuel expenditure in l/100 km: 13.3;
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 310

Audi TTS Coupé 2.0 TFSI quattro:
Combined fuel expenditure in l/100 km: 7.1;
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 164