Comment & Opinion
It’s fair to say that motorsport in Asia is continuing to grow, and the announcement of Race 123, South Korea’s first standalone endurance race for GT and touring cars, is further proof of that. Series’ like GT Asia and the Asian Le Mans Series remain healthy and on the rise, with quality drivers and teams competing and […]
There have been very, very few ‘ever presents’ in sportscar racing over DSC’s now near decade and a half history, but we’re delighted to recognise a hugely significant achievement yesterday by one of them. Corvette Racing is the longest surviving of all of the factory-backed racing efforts in our world, with a history that extends […]
There’s little doubt that the 2016 Audi R18 is a very, very quick race car. Sadly though there’s equally little doubt that it has been sent into battle too early in the development process against opposition of the quality of the current Porsche and Toyota efforts.
That lack of readiness though seems most obvious when issues arise, not only are they happening more often than they should, they’re taking longer to fix than they should too, and that, as Audi more than anyone else on the Le Mans grid knows, is the polar opposite of how to win Le Mans.