Audi Sport Team Joest competes with a brace of further developed Audi R18 e-tron quattro prototypes.
Twelve victories in the Le Mans 24 Hours, eleven successes in the Sebring 12 Hours, nine titles in the American Le Mans Series – and now, to top it off, World Endurance Champions: No other car manufacturer has shaped the sports prototype scene in the past decade the way Audi has. With further developed hybrid technology and quattro drive Audi continued its march down victory lane in the 2013 season and decided six out of eight WEC rounds in its favour. Audi won both the drivers’ and the manufacturers’ World Championship early.* Preparations for the 2014 season are in full swing.
*Subject to the official publication of the results by the FIA
|The 2014 WEC calendar|
|April 20||6 Hours of Silverstone|
|May 3||6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps|
|June 14-15||24 Hours of Le Mans|
|September 9||6 Hours Austin|
|October 12||6 Hours Fuji|
|November 1||6 Hours Shanghai|
|November 15||6 Hours Bahrain|
|November 30||6 Hours São Paulo|
No other team has made such an enduring mark on the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans as Joest Racing. The team from the Odenwald region has won the classic 13 times to date. Ten times the team was there in action as an Audi factory team. That Audi Sport Team Joest is consistently fast not only in a race, but also about a whole season to prove title wins in the American and European Le Mans Series as well as 2012 and 2013 in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).