[Biturbos4] Audi R10 TDI Power make historical win at Sebring
northrup at crazybug.com
Sun Mar 19 00:18:54 EST 2006
I couldn't agree more.
That was pretty fantastic indeed. No diesel soot was visible on that car
either. Looks like Audi engineering really put the effort into this one.
I think everyone can agree.
In addition, an race series like this sure is fantastic, where something
like an alternative fuel or engine (well, sort-of, they disallowed the
rotary recently. That was pretty lame) can compete. A vendor like Audi
can test their products and improve the product that will hit the
consumers like you and me. Much different than something on nascar
which unfortunatly dominates speed channel these days.
'welcome to nascar, keep using that carburetor and btw, here are your
Way to go all teams that participated in ALMS, and of course hats off to
Audi for a fine effort once again. Wish i could have been there this
year as i've been in previous events.
On Sat, 18 Mar 2006, Ti Kan wrote:
> In the season opener race of the 2006 American Le Mans Series at
> the 12 Hours of Sebring, Tom Kristensen, Allan McNish and Rinaldo Capello
> made history by winning the event for the first time with a diesel
> powered car.
> Too bad the other R10 retired due to overheating, would have been a
> real spectacle to have a 1-2 knockout for a brand new race car on
> its debut race, running on new fuel technology.
> See article here:
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