Lights-to-flags victory: Frank Stippler won the Race of Legends, the farewell event to the Audi Sport TT Cup. Together with 15 other motorsport stars, he raced in a dream finale for Audi in front of an inspired crowd at Hockenheim.
Fighting for
a good cause

The German broke away from pole position, while Lucas di Grassi stormed forward from tenth on the grid. Still in the final lap the Brazilian raced side-by-side with Stippler, but ultimately had to accept defeat by just 0.8 seconds. Third place went to another impressive fighter, Marcel Fässler, who started from eleventh.

In the end, there were only winners and no losers. Christian Abt, Filipe Albuquerque, Frank Biela, Dindo Capello, Marcel Fässler, Rahel Frey, Jean-Marc Gounon, Lucas di Grassi, Vanina Ickx, Tom Kristensen, Lucas Luhr, Stéphane Ortelli, Emanuele Pirro, Frank Stippler, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Marco Werner were thrilled to compete against each other in the Audi TT cup race car for a good cause and to personally contribute a donation. Audi Sport customer racing added to the total with its own donation, so a sum of 25,000 euros was collected for “Big Aid for Little Heroes.” The charity is currently funding projects and therapy treatments for youth and paediatric medicine at the SLK clinic in Heilbronn.

Breathtaking atmosphere

“That was a worthy farewell to our one-make cup,” said Chris Reinke, Head of Audi Sport customer racing. “On a dream weekend for Audi in the DTM and in the Audi Sport TT Cup, we have said goodbye to the one-make cup in style and have combined the Race of Legends with a good cause. I would like to sincerely thank our fans and the legends for the breathtaking atmosphere this weekend.”

The Hockenheimring is 4.574 kilometres long

The race in numbers

Audi TT cup Race of Legends


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