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You can see us in action at these race tracks this year

WEC, DTM, TT Cup, GT racing: the Audi motorsport program consists of four elements and thus provides plenty of spectacular race action from January to December on almost every weekend.

WEC: A german premiere

WEC stands for ‘World Endurance Championship’. The endurance racing series launched by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile FIA and Le Mans organiser Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) in 2012 is the premier league for sportscars. In 2015 Audi competes in the elite LMP1 class again. Eight endurance races on four continents will be hold. In august the WEC taking place in germany for the first time. The highlight of the year are the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June, where Audi celebrated its 13th overall victory in 2014. Each of the remaining seven races run for a distance of six hours. A couple also finish after sunset. The WEC 2015 stops off on four different continents – Europe, North America, South America and Asia.

WEC calendar 2015
10–12/04 Silverstone (GB)
30/04–03/05 Spa-Francorchamps (B)
10–14/06 Le Mans (F)
28–30/08 Nürburgring (D)
17–20/09 Austin (USA)
09–11/10 Fuji (J)
30/10–01/11 Shanghai (CN)
19–21/11 Bahrain (BRN)

DTM: A new format

The DTM, the most popular international touring car race series, celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2014. Audi has won the prestigious battle waged between Germany’s premium automobile manufacturers five times in the last eight years and this year, for the second time after 2004, took victory in the manufacturer’s championship. 2015 will be seeing even more racing action than before, with two races being held on nine weekends. The traditional season opener will again be at the Hockenheimring. In July fans can again look forward to travelling to the coast and watching the DTM live in the dunes of Zandvoort. In addition, in July, there will again be a round at the Red Bull Ring, plus one at Moscow Raceway in Russia.

The DTM calendar 2015
30/04–03/05 Hockenheimring (D)
29-31/05 Lausitzring (D)
26–28/06 Norisring (D)
10–12/07 Zandvoort (NL)
31/07–02/08 Red Bull Ring (A)
28–30/08 Moscow Raceway (RUS)
11–13/09 Oschersleben (D)
25–27/09 Nürburgring (D)
16–18/10 Hockenheimring (D)

Audi Sport TT Cup: Six stations for talents

The Audi Sport TT Cup offers young drivers an opportunity to prove their prowess in a new one-make cup on six weekends as part of the DTM. The season starts on the first weekend in May at the DTM opener at Hockenheim. At the end of June the Audi Sport TT Cup will join one of the most popular DTM events, the Norisring race in Nuremberg. In August the new one-make cup will visit the Red Bull Ring in Austria. In September the calendar features two events, at the etropolis Motorsport Arena Oschersleben and at the Nürburgring. The finale will be held at Hockenheim in the middle of October. “The German rounds have traditionally been held in front of a great crowd. And the Red Bull Ring in Austria typically attracts a very large number of spectators as well,” says Project Leader Rolf Michl.

Audi Sport TT Cup 2015
30/04–03/05 Hockenheim (D)
26–28/06 Norisring (D)
31/07–02/08 Red Bull Ring (A)
11–13/09 Oschersleben (D)
25–27/09 Nürburgring (D)
16–18/10 Hockenheim (D)

GT racing: World stage

Since 2009, Audi has firmly established itself in the growth market of international GT3 racing – on a sporting level, the brand is credited with 26 championship victories, and with 136 race cars delivered the program is a commercial success. At the Geneva Motor Show in March, Audi unveiled a fundamentally new R8 LMS, which sets new benchmarks in aerodynamics, lightweight design and safety areas.


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