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Catch Truth in 24 this Friday on ESPN

The 24 hours of Le Mans is arguably the toughest, most famous race in the world. Audi has dominated the annual event since 2006 with its revolutionary, diesel powered R10. Truth in 24 (Autoblog review here) is the story of the 2008 race as seen from the pits of team Audi. The four-ringed automaker commissioned the visual masters at NFL Films to produce the documentary, and the resulting fil

Audi may still not compete in ALMS next year

Despite confirmation from Audi that it will return to ALMS in 2008 with two R10 TDIs, apparently it's not officially official. It is well known that Audi holds extreme displeasure for ALMS regulation changes involving weight that were aimed at keeping the LMP1 vehicles like the R10 in close running with the less

Gauntlet thrown: Audi wants to end LMP2 win streak at Road America

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Spoiler Alert: ALMS results and gallery from America's Monaco

Most of us here at AB love auto racing, especially seeing the action live at the track. As we recently reported, ALMS made its first visit to Long Beach this weekend, and it was just too good an opportunity to let slip by. This was an instance where being there was worth the trip even without a media credential. Blogging from the racetrack can be a lit

Twelve Hours of Sebring: Audi R10 Diesels win again!

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Peugeot 908 livery unveiled - View our gallery

We have shown you the Peugeot 908 racecar a few times now, and even video of the machine on the racetrac

Audi R10 debuts on PSP

The R10, Audi’s new Le Mans contender, has landed on the PSP portable gaming system. No, Gran Turismo 5 wasn’t released under our noses, rather Audi has released a video preformatted for the PSP that features a “trailer” of sorts for the R10 racer.

Audi fields Dream Team of drivers for Le Mans

On June 17th Audi will field two R10s in the epic 24 Hours of Le Mans. Each car will have its own team of three drivers. All six drivers for Audi have won the 24 Hours of Le Mans at least once, with the group having collected 17 Le Mans trophies collectively.