The Rotek Racing team of Robb Holland, Tom Chilton and David Thilenius were propelled forward at a high rate of speed by a certain wing endplate sticker to a first place class finish in the Nürburgring 24 Hours Qualifying Race.
The new 2012 Audi TT RS has loads to brag about: Ludicrous power, astounding grip and a luxurious interior that smells of nutmeg. It's even manual only (in the U.S.). But does the TT RS live up to Audi's turbocharged, inline-five legend? And can you even get one? We found out.
Audi today announced pricing for the new 360 HP 2012 Audi TT RS, the first vehicle bringing the RS nameplate back to the U.S. Starting price is $56,850 (excluding destination charges, taxes, title, options and dealer charges).
Among the day-old brats of the Chicago auto show was the U.S.-bound version of the Audi TT-RS, which is set to unleash its 4.6-second 0-60 mph times on American roads in a few months. To celebrate, Audi had a bunch of Facebook pals over for pizza and took photos. Just don't wipe your hands on the schteel.
GRiP Magazine decided to test three cars (Challenger SRT8, Techart Magnum, MTM TT-RS) against a Schnitzer-tuned BMW 123d police car by robbing a bank three times. We're certain this is fake, but you never know mit ze Germans.
It's official, the 2010 Audi TT RS has a turbocharged direct-injection inline-five cylinder which makes 335 HP and 331 lb-ft of torque. It does 0-to-62 MPH in 4.7 seconds and returns 25 MPG. Swoon.
Audi must've rented the 'Ring for the day, since we first got a glimpse of the R8 V10 and now we see a unique TT. With so many variations of Audi's sprightly TT coupe running around, sometimes the differences can appear minor at first. Take these pictures gathered by the folks at Bridge To Gantry of what appears to be…