The Audi Sport TT Cup is the perfect way to get started in the motorsport world of the brand with the four rings. The international field of budding young drivers can make their mark within the supporting programme for the DTM and 24-hour race at the Nürburgring and in doing so set the foundation for their subsequent career.
The first title winner in the Audi Sport TT Cup is the 21-year-old Jan Kisiel, who not only secured the trophy but was also pleased to receive a parts package for the new Audi R8 LMS worth 150,000 euros. Kisiel won five races and mounted the podium nine times in total. The driver from Poland particularly dominated the second half and, at the end of a tremendous season, justifiably crowned himself.
The Audi Sport TT Cup 2016 starter field is a colourful mix. A total of 125 male and female drivers representing 36 nations applied for a starting place. Sixteen international talents were selected and now receive the chance to demonstrate their skills in the Audi one-make cup. On top of this at every race come a maximum of eight changing guest starters, including national and international celebrities.
For the Audi Sport TT Cup, quattro GmbH developed a visually and technically attractive racing sportscar – the Audi TT cup. It established itself immediately in the debut season and benefits from the technical innovations of the production model – especially in the area of lightweight design and construction.
The race version of the Audi TT produces 228 kW (310 hp) while weighing only 1,125 kilogrammes. The two-litre four cylinder TFSI engine originates almost entirely without modifications from the production line. By using the so called Push-to-pass function, the power is increased briefly by 22 kW (30 hp).
06.–08.05. Hockenheim (D)
26.–29.05. Nürburgring (D)
24.–26.06. Norisring (D)
15.–17.07. Zandvoort (NL)
09.–11.09. Nürburgring (D)
23.–25.09. Budapest (H)
14.–16.10. Hockenheim (D)
Fuel consumption of the models named above:
Audi TT Coupé:
Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 7.3–4.2 (32.2–56.0 US mpg);
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 169–110 (272.0–177.0 g/mi)