1981 marks the beginning of Audi Sport’s success story. Be it in rally, touring car or sportscar racing – the vehicles with the four rings are always successful. The trophies won adorn the reception area of the Motorsport Competence Centre in Neuburg. Here’s a look at the most beautiful and important exhibits of the collection.
Following two successful years in North America Audi switches to the DTM in 1990 – and opts for quattro drive there as well. Hans-Joachim Stuck takes the title in the muscular V8 quattro right in the first year.
In 2000 Audi clinches its first of 13 Le Mans victories to date. And does so in impressive style: after 24 hours three Audi R8 cars finish at the very front. The reward for this feat included the trophy from the Conseil général de la Sarthe.
Audi goes down in motorsport history on clinching victory at Sebring in 2006. Dindo Capello, Allan McNish and Tom Kristensen score the first win of a diesel-powered sportscar in the Audi R10 TDI.