Articles tagged Audi AG

Page 51 of July 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, July 1988

Why the 200 quattro?

Audi's five-cylinder 2144cc turbocharged 200 quattro would not be many people's first choice as a potent rally car, so why is it being campaigned in the British Open? According to Edward Rowe of Audi Sport, there was not, in fact, a great deal of choice. As the Coupé used in 1987 went out of production at the end of the year, there was very little point in promoting a model that was unavailable...

Page 68 of June 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, June 1998

Goodwood Festival of Speed preview

Social Climbing Loved for its atmosphere as much as the machines taking part, the 1998 Goodwood Festival of Speed seems set to be the best yet. Marcus Pye studies the form guide To the dedicated historic motorsport enthusiast, June can mean just one thing: Goodwood. Since Lord March's evocative Festival of Speed first captured the imagination of British car nuts and socialites alike back in1993,...

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Hard Times and Glory Days

After the glory days of 1981 when David Sutton Cars won the World Rally Championship with Ari Vatanen in a Ford Escort, one could be forgiven for thinking that the concern had rather fallen by the wayside, especially in view of its recent poor results with the Audi 200 quattro. An investigation at its premises in Daventry, however, reveals what is very much a hive of activity. David Sutton's...

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Streamliner Auto Union next for C&G order books

Sixty years after Auto Union star Bernd Rosemeyer's fatal attempt to reclaim a prestigious speed record from Mercedes-Benz's Rudolf Caracciola, Audi AG has commissioned the construction of a new streamliner to join its fleet of new Auto Unions. The car (like the others, to be built in Britain by Crosthwaite & Gardiner), will be of the type in which Rosemeyer set a world record for the flying...

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Still crazy after all these years

Many things have changed over the past 50 years at Lamborghini. Importantly, though, it hasn’t lost sight of why we all fell in love with it. Two o’clock in the afternoon is not a busy time in the centre of Sant’Agata Bolognese. Most of the shops are shut, as is the Tabaccaio. Just off the main square a lone pizza restaurant remains open and, while it looks like many other pizzerias, there’s...

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Those new Auto Unions

Sir, Laurence Meredith's dream of a team of six new race-worthy Auto Union V16s, inexplicably all in mountain climb guise, sounds wonderful (MOTORSPORT, June), but is wide of the mark; so regretfully, as Audi AG's UK spokesman, I must bring him gently down to earth. This remarkable project, undertaken for Audi AG's Auto Union subsidiary by Crosthwaite and Gardiner, involves the restoration of the...


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