Audi R8 LMS GT2 celebrates second double victory

Audi R8 LMS GT4

Two difficulty wins in South Africa: At a second turn of a South African Extreme Supercars competition array during Phakisa, Marius Jackson in an Audi R8 LMS GT4, being a usually competitor, won Class C in both races, finishing ninth in a initial and tenth in a second scurry to grasp a tip 10 altogether outcome in any race.

Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)

Victory and lectern finishes in Latvia: Audi patron group LV Racing scored one feat and one second place with a Audi RS 3 LMS in a Baltic Touring Car Championship (BaTCC). At a deteriorate opener during Riga, Valters Zviedris gathering to second place in a TCR difficulty in a initial scurry race. In a second heat, a 20-year-old Latvian crossed a finish line as a leader after 14 laps with a wafer-thin lead of 0.897 seconds. In a six-hour continuation race, Valters Zviedris finished third in a TCR difficulty together with his teammates Ivars Vallers and Konstantin Calko in a team’s Audi RS 3 LMS.

Third place in Japan: In a second turn of a TCR Japan during Autopolis, Japan’s Masanobu Kato in a Audi RS 3 LMS of Audi Team Mars kept a cold conduct in a violent competition movement with many spins and off-track excursions. Kato crossed a finish line in third place after 10 laps in Saturday’s race. Due to a intensely inauspicious continue conditions, Sunday’s competition was cancelled.

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