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  1. Misc. Professional Racing
    Some of you may remember a few months ago hearing about a young driver who lost his legs after hitting a stationary car during a Formula 4 event at Donnington Park . Billy Monger was 17 at the time and hoped to someday drive at Le Mans when that accident took the lower half of both his legs...
  2. Blog
    The 24 Hours of Le Mans is quickly approaching. We've been readying ourselves, picking up last minute gear and making last minute plans as our flight departs Saturday. While we expect to chat with the entire squad of Audi drivers Monday afternoon (French time) at the team scrutineering session...
  3. Blog
    Frequent Fourtitude contributor John Stahmann surprised us with a wide selection of photos from the 24 Hours of Nurburgring including some great detail shots of the new R8 GT. Seems John was in the general neighborhood of the Nurburgring and stopped by to watch the race, shooting hundreds of...
  4. Audi Sport
    The Audi R8 LMS remains as best in class in the 24-hour race on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife: Also during its second outing in the “green hell”, the world's longest and toughest race track, the mid-engine sportscar crossed the finish line as winner of the GT3 class (SP9). With third place...
  5. Audi Sport
    Ingolstadt/Nürburg, May 14, 2010 – The Audi R8 LMS looks to be the car to beat in the 38th running of the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring: Four of the fascinating mid-engine sportscars start the race on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. from the first four grid positions. The two Audi customer teams ABT...
  6. Audi Sport
    More than 200 vehicles will contest the Nürburging 24 Hours this weekend – including seven Audi R8 LMS cars entered by the Audi customer teams ABT Sportsline, Black Falcon and Phoenix Racing. More than 200,000 spectators are expected to turn out for the 38th edition of the endurance classic...
  7. Blog
    You'd think with the seemingly limitless number of television channels and stations on Satellite Radio that car enthusiasts looking for coverage of series in other markets like Europe and Japan would have no problem monitoring most races much less iconic ones like the 24 Hours of Nurburgring...
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