Resounding success in China for Audi patron teams

Audi R8 LMS GT4

Triumph in Algarve: In Portugal, Team Fox Motorsport brilliantly mastered a initial 24-hour race. The UK patrol won a difficulty in an Audi R8 LMS GT4 in turn 4 of a 24H TCE Series during Portimão. In qualifying, Jamie Stanley had clinched stick position in a GT4 difficulty with some-more than a two-second advantage. Together with his British compatriots, Ben Clucas, Glenn Sherwood and Andy Perry, he crossed a finish line with a one-lap advantage. This noted a initial feat for a group after carrying claimed second place in a entrance of a Audi R8 LMS GT4 in a Silverstone 12 Hours in March. For a Audi R8 LMS GT4 , it was a second difficulty win in a racing array following Phoenix Racing’s initial success in a Dubai 24 Hours.

Podium in Utah: Jeff Burton competed in turn 5 of a American NASA Utah bar competition series. On a circuit in Utah, a American in an Audi R8 LMS GT4 of Rearden Racing achieved third place in a GTSU difficulty in competition one. 

Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)

Two victories in Canada: The Audi RS 3 LMS scored dual victories in a Canadian Touring Car Championship. In turn 3 of a array during Shannonville, Marco Cirone from Mark Motors Racing won his difficulty in competition one with a 38-second advantage forward of a GT4 competition car. In competition two, Gary Kwok from Team Alphasonic Motorsport prevailed in his difficulty in another Audi RS 3 LMS. Remarkably, Alphasonic Motorsport assimilated a turn of Audi Sport patron racing teams usually recently. On Saturday, Kwok was still racing with another group and another marque, though a technical problem was not resolvable by Sunday, so Kwok switched to a Audi patron group overnight and on creation his entrance won in a German furloughed car. 

New leaders of IMSA standings: Britt Casey jr./Tom Long in a IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge recaptured a lead of a standings. At Mosport, a motorist twin from Compass Racing in an Audi RS 3 LMS distinguished a third feat this season, now ranking 3 points in front of a teammates, Rodrigo Sales/Kuno Wittmer. Stephen Simpson and his inept motorist co-worker Michael Johnson from Team JDC-Miller MotorSports achieved second place in another Audi RS 3 LMS during Mosport. Third place in Canada went to Audi privateers Roy Block/Pierre Kleinubing from Compass Racing.

Successes in China: In a GT Masters Asia opener, Team NewFaster won both races with an Audi RS 3 LMS. Last year’s championship-winning group from a TCR China won a difficulty in competition one with Terry Huang/Andy Yan. Their teammate, Wang Hao, took second place. Victory in competition dual went to Wang Hao/Martin Cao in an Audi RS 3 LMS.

Another lectern finish in Sweden: In a TCR Scandinavia, Tobias Brink clinched his subsequent lectern success with Team Brink Motorsport, after a Swede had many recently distinguished a initial feat of an Audi RS 3 LMS in a Scandinavian array during Anderstorp, he achieved third place in competition dual on a third competition weekend during Falkenberg. 

Last European race: At a Slovakiaring, a classical circuit is now available a Audi teams in a WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup after a city competition had been on a calendar many recently. Audi Sport Leopard Lukoil Team with Jean-Karl Vernay and Gordon Shedden and their Audi Sport motorist co-worker Frédéric Vervisch from Audi Sport Team Comtoyou are aiming to measure their subsequent points-successes 40 kilometers easterly of Slovakia’s collateral Bratislava. The 3 privateers, Nathanaël Berthon, Denis Dupont and Aurélien Panis, intend to conflict for points in a 3 races as good in their Audi RS 3 LMS cars. French highwayman motorist Panis had tender with Comtoyou Racing many recently as a best Audi motorist in a second subordinate event in Portugal and scored points in dual races, his compatriot and teammate Berthon clinched 6 points as well. In Slovakia, a teams will be racing on European dirt for a final time before a remaining 4 events are hold in Asia. Vernay as a fifth in a standings is a best Audi Sport driver.

Coming adult subsequent week

13–15/07 Slovakiaring (SK), rounds 16 to 18, WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup

11–15/07 Bangsaen (THA), rounds 5 and 6, Thailand Super Series

13–15/07 Portland (USA), rounds 7 and 8, Pirelli World Challenge GT-X

13–15/07 Portland (USA), rounds 7 and 8, Pirelli World Challenge GTS-X

13–15/07 Portland (USA), rounds 7 and 8, Pirelli World Challenge TCR

13–15/07 Dijon (F), rounds 5 and 6, GT4 France

14–15/07 Mugello (I), rounds 7 and 8, Italian GT Championship

14–15/07 Mugello (I), rounds 7 and 8, TCR Italy 

14–15/07 Autopolis (J), turn 4, Super Taikyu Series

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