Audi R8 LMS Cup

Audi LMS Cup

The Audi R8 LMS Cup is the first Audi one-make series in the world. Following its successful premiere in China in 2012, the series expands across Asia in 2013, with additional races in South Korea, Malaysia, and Macau. The number of Audi R8 LMS race cars scheduled to compete has increased from last year’s 16 to at least 20. With the thrilling series, the brand with the four rings gives motorsport in Asia another exhilarating boost. The cup is comprised of six race weekends in 2013, and competing for the first time are Audi teams from South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

With the Cup, Audi transfers its leading role in China’s premium car market to the race track of Asia – along with it all the glamour, excitement and emotion of motorsport. Sporting prowess, ground breaking technology and emotional design have always been important components for the success of Audi.

In 2013, The series travels to the circuits of Zhuhai (China), Ordos in Inner Mongolia (China), Inje (South Korea), Sepang (Malaysia), Shanghai (China) and then Macau (60th anniversary of the Macao GP). Four titles will be up for grabs in 2013: The Audi R8 LMS Cup overall title, two categories for amateur drivers and dealer drivers, and one for teams, with each round points-scoring.

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Audi R8 LMS Cup triple champion Alex Yoong F1 is set to make history at the upcoming Nürburgring 24 Hours. The Malaysian will pilot one of two brand new Audi R8 LMS GT4s in the model’s first ever race as part of Audi Sport Team Phoenix Racing GmbH. He will be joined behing the wheel of the #17 entry by co-drivers Joonas Lappalainen, Alexander Mies and Peter Terting. The legendary ‘Green Hell’ will serve as the ideal testing ground for the new vehicle, which will be available to customers at the end of the year. Also on the grid of the iconic race will be six Audi R8 LMS GT3s – including four factory-backed entries - gunning for the overall win, and three Audi RS 3 LMS customer entries competing in the TCR category. The full spectrum of the expanded Audi Sport customer racing programme will launch off the grid with over 160 participants on the incredibly challenging Nordschleife this Saturday 27th May. Watch live: #WeLoveRacing #LeagueofPerformance ... See MoreSee Less

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At Audi #WeLoveRacing for the drama, stories, passion and speed. Use the hashtag #WeLoveRacing in a reply to this post to tell us why you and your friends love racing. The top 5 answers with the most likes will win an Audi R8 LMS Cup iPhone case and model car! Terms and conditions apply: ... See MoreSee Less

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Audi R8 LMS Cup updated their cover photo.

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Another great performance from the Audi Hong Kong pair of Marchy Lee 李英健 and Shaun Thong 唐偉楓 saw them secure second place in round 4 of the Blancpain GT Series Asia at the Chang International Circuit By Buriram United. Taking the chequered flag right on their tail was Mitch Gilbert and Aditya Patel's OD Racing Audi R8 LMS GT3, which finished the race in third place. Further back, 賽車手 李勇德Jeffrey Lee and Alessio Clemente Picariello finished fifth overall, which was enough to snag the third podium step in the Pro/Am class. There was disappointment for Team Audi R8 LMS Cup's Alex Yoong F1 and Alex Au, KC Motorgroup Ltd (KCMG) by Champion Racing Team's Martin Rump Racing and Rick Yoon and the KCMG amateur pair of Naoto Takeda and Takuya Shirasaka, who were all forced into early retirement after a chaotic first lap of the race. Marchy and Shaun now have 61 championship points and sit just two points off top spot in second overall, with Mitch and Aditya in third, just three points further back. #WeLoveRacing #LeagueofPerformance ... See MoreSee Less

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The J-Fly by Absolute Racing pair of Alessio Clemente Picariello and 賽車手 李勇德Jeffrey Lee will lead the grid at Blancpain GT Series Asia's round 4 at the Chang International Circuit By Buriram United, Thailand later today, Sunday 21st May. 💪🙌 #WeLoveRacing #LeagueofPerformance

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Yesterday's Blancpain GT Series Asia round 3 result has been amended, with the second place car receiving a time penalty for causing a collision in an unforgiving race with a number of racing incidents and retirements in Thailand. As a result, four of the top five finishers were Audi drivers with Marchy Lee 李英健 and Shaun Thong 唐偉楓 finishing second to launch the Team Audi Hong Kong pair into joint championship lead. With 43 points they sit alongside another Audi pair, Aditya Patel and Mitch Gilbert of OD Racing, who were one of the teams that were unable to finish the race. Third in round 3 was the Team Audi R8 LMS Cup car of Alex Yoong F1 and Alex Au, second in the Pro/Am class. Completing the Pro/Am podium was J-Fly by Absolute Racing's 賽車手 李勇德Jeffrey Lee and series debutant Alessio Clemente Picariello who were fourth overall just ahead of Martin Rump Racing and Rick Yoon in the KC Motorgroup Ltd (KCMG) by Champion Racing Audi R8 LMS GT3. KCMG's Japanese duo of Naoto Takeda and Takuya Shirasaka continued their fantastic early season form to win in the amateur class, a victory that sees them pull clear at the top of the class standing. Round 4 is coming up today at 13:30 (UTC +7), do not miss it! #WeLoveRacing #LeagueofPerformance ... See MoreSee Less

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Blancpain GT Series Asia returns for its third and fourth rounds at the Chang International Circuit By Buriram United in Thailand this weekend, May 20-21, with no less than eight Audi R8 LMS GT3s set to roar off the grid. Audi drivers currently lead two of the classifications with the OD Racing Team pair of Mitch Gilbert and Aditya Patel atop the overall standings after an explosive start last month at Sepang Circuit, and Naoto Takeda and Takuya Shirasaka of KC Motorgroup Ltd (KCMG) joint top of the Amateur Cup. The respective championship leaders will be pushed to the limit by a grid that reads like a who’s-who of Audi R8 LMS Cup teams and drivers: *deep breath* Marchy Lee 李英健 and Shaun Thong 唐偉楓 of Audi Hong Kong, Alex Yoong F1 and Alex Au of Team Audi R8 LMS Cup, Martin Rump Racing and Rick Yoon of KCMG by Champion Racing Team, 賽車手 李勇德Jeffrey Lee and Alessio Clemente Picariello of J-Fly by Absolute Racing, Cheng Congfu and Sun Jingzu of MileStone Racing Inc.; and Bhurit Bhirombhakdi and Kantasak Kusiri of Singha PlanB Motorsport. There were a number of podiums for the Audi teams and drivers in the first two races of the year, let’s see if they can push on from that great start. Two rounds coming up, let’s go! #WeLoveRacing #LeagueofPerformance ... See MoreSee Less

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Audi R8 LMS Cup championship leader, Alessio Clemente Picariello, makes his Blancpain GT Series Asia debut this weekend in Thailand at the Chang International Circuit By Buriram United. The ‘Belgian Bullet’ will be joined in the J-Fly by Absolute Racing car by Am Cup champion 賽車手 李勇德Jeffrey Lee and will be hoping to continue his explosive early season form in the Audi R8 LMS GT3 car. With eight R8 LMS GT3s on the grid and a number of Cup stars in action, we will be keeping a close eye track-side. Stay tuned! #WeLoveRacing #LeagueofPerformance ... See MoreSee Less

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After the season kicked off in Sepang Circuit, we caught up with Stephane Richelmi, the W Racing Team (WRT)-serviced Castrol Racing Team’s guest driver in Malaysia to discuss the new season and changes to the Cup: “It’s been a good experience, I didn’t know what to expect racing in Asia but I think the Audi R8 LMS Cup is a great championship, well organized, it’s like being in Europe. Compared to 20 years ago the levels have certainly increased.” Push-to-pass is one of the big changes this year. Stephane commented on his experience using it in Sepang: “I saved my push-to-passes in case of the safety car coming out in Round 1 and was right to do so as that happened. As a result, I was able to use my left over push-to-passes to get by another driver. I wish I could have more push-to-passes with twice the power, it’s fun! It’s like pushing the button when you get a mushroom in Mario Kart!” #WeLoveRacing #LeagueofPerformance ... See MoreSee Less

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