Audi introduces the racing plans for the year 2013
|   Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Racing has been an integral part of every car market. The car market has a lot of competition regarding which car will be able to win which competition. The car models are specially designed to perform well in racetracks. The sports cars are provided with powerful engines in order to make it perform well in such conditions.

Audi has announced their racing programs for the year 2013. They are relying on the R18 to do wonders for them in the race tracks.
The 24 hour gruelling Le Mans race going to be a one of the races the cars will be competing in.

There needs to be a lot of work done in terms of designing and architecture to make a car fit for the tracks. The cars presently winning races for their manufacturers have some aspects in common, and these aspects have been tried to be incorporated in the Audi series that will be representing the brand in the races.

The NASCAR inspired cars will be driven by some of the most famous and capable drivers of the world. They will be working hard to hold up the name of Audi in the races. The car manufacturers are depending heavily on the drivers. The different models of the car that will hit the tracks are equally impressive and are worthy of winning the race.

The Audi R18 e-tron is one of the leading contenders from Audi. It is followed by the Audi R8 LMS Ultra. The authorities have confirmed that the brand remains faithful to the DMT series. The cars are bound to succeed in the races.

The cars will be powered by a powerful V6 engine. It is a diesel engine. The car is also available in flywheel electric motor hybrid versions. However, the diesel version is more dependent when it comes to winning races.
Audi is defending the World Endurance Championship title that it won this year. With the effort and the amount of time and concentration it has put into this project, it is bound to succeed.

The project as a whole is very impressive and was very well received when it was first announced.
The R18 e-trons will be driven by the current world champions. This gives more hope to the manufacturing brand for winning the aforementioned race. The car is very impressive in an overall point of view and is going to perform well on the tracks.

When it comes to race cars some things gain priority while the others are not given so much importance. The comfort of and luxury of a sports car is not of very high significance but the security of the car is. Also the performing skill of the car at high speed is very important. The car has a great transmission system, a good suspension system and a dependable braking system. The other security measures implemented in the car are also up to date. The wheel of the car has good grip and gives great support to the structure of the car. So the cars have everything necessary to win.
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