“Sincere congratulations to a winners and to Audi Sport Team WRT who delivered an implausible race,” pronounced Chris Reinke, Head of Audi Sport patron racing. “They mislaid a path during a commencement of a race, though never gave up, fought behind and clinched a deserved victory.”
For Belgian Audi Sport Team WRT altogether feat was a deserved prerogative following a conspicuous quip drive. The entrance of Vincent Vosse’s group in a 12-hour competition during Mount Panorama had begun with a series of setbacks. Radio communication issues in a early theatre singular a squad’s vital possibilities. The group opted for a repair, that meant a time loss, though valid to be accurately a right choice, enabling Robin Frijns, Stuart Leonard and Dries Vanthoor to conflict again. A drive-through chastisement for a defilement during a yellow duration cost a motorist contingent some-more profitable time, ensuing in a proxy one-lap necessity for a series 37 Audi. However, Audi Sport Team WRT unlapped itself in a fightback mixing crafty strategy and clever pushing skills. A stirring three-way conflict with Mercedes and Porsche with a opening of only a few seconds and a lead changing countless times noted a final hours of racing. When a competition was stopped by a red dwindle shortly before a end, Robin Frijns was heading with a 1.5-second advantage. As a result, Frijns and Leonard continued a fibre of success underneath a ensign of a 4 rings. The year before, they had jointly won a Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup with Belgian Audi Club Team WRT.