The motorsport specialist has boosted the R8's 5.2-liter V10 to 610hp.
Rhineland-based motor sports service provider and event organizer Racing One, renowned for their involvement in the development of the Endurance Package for the Ferrari 458 Challenge, has revealed their take on an Audi R8 V10. Via discreet changes in hardware, engine mapping adjustments, and an Akrapovic, naturally flip-controlled titanium exhaust system, they have managed to generate an extra 80 horses from the supercar's 5.2-liter V10, boosting it to a potent 610hp.
The running gear is equipped with 2-way MDS dampers from Bilstein Motorsport, there are brake pads from Performance Friction Brakes, while the in-house brake cooling systems comes straight from the racing track. Inside, bucket seats with 6-point belts and a fire extinguisher are included, while the racing decal was made at Cam Shaft Kempen. The mean green Porsche killer's tuning upgrades are priced a 26,000 Euros.