For those afraid that Audi’s iron-fisted dominance in racing would weaken with the introduction of its new R10 sportscar and the switch to diesel, lay your fears to rest. In Thursday’s qualifying session the No. 2 Audi R10 driven by Scotland’s Allan McNish broke Sebring’s track record by over two seconds. The No. 1 car driven by Marco Werner posted the second best time despite suffering electrical problems and only being able to post a single lap. So it’s going to be an all-Audi front row as the 12 Hours of Sebring kick off today.
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