After 4 races on 4 continents, a 2018 Intercontinental GT Challenge has been decided. In a fantastic eight-hour race, a Audi Sport Team Land with drivers Christopher Haase, Kelvin outpost der Linde and Christopher Mies (D/ZA/D) swept to feat after 306 laps. Over a whole competition distance, a conflict for a lead raged on a mythological competition track. The series 29 Audi R8 LMS took off from stick position though was thrown down a margin by dual drive-through penalties. A wilful pierce was done during a six-hour symbol when a group done crafty use of a reserve automobile proviso to waylay a lead. Earning 25 points for a win and 18 points for second place interjection to Audi Sport Team WRT drivers Robin Frijns/Dries Vanthoor/Markus Winkelhock (NL/B/D), Audi Sport patron racing yielded a best probable outcome and managed to spin a points necessity into an advantage in a manufacturers’ classification. In a IGTC, a dual best-placed vehicles of a code are authorised for points. The third Audi R8 LMS common by Stuart Leonard, Sheldon outpost der Linde and Alex Riberas (GB/ZA/E) finished in fifth place.