Audi Le Mans Racers Hit The Track

Le Mans 24 Hours

Track testing at Sebring is over, and Audi's engineers in Ingolstadt have used the data to make improvements to the R18 Le Mans racer. Audi Sport Team Joest recently took the three racers that will be competing at Le Mans to the track, in order to demonstrate the abilities of the new car and to do some more fine-tuning with Michelin. All nine of the drivers that will be piloting the three cars got some time behind the wheel, and Audi looks ready to take on Peugeot in June.

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