Corona, Calif. (October 30, 2014)
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM)
Team Audi Sweeps Podium in DTM Finale in Front of Massive Crowd Hockenheim, Germany (October 19th, 2014) – Over 155,000 spectators witnessed Team Audi claim the top three spots in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) finale at Hockenheim. Mattias Ekström claimed his second-straight victory by surging to the lead late in the event in his Eibach Springs Red Bull Audi RS 5. Fellow Team Audi drivers, Mike Rockenfeller and Jamie Green rounded out the podium. With the podium sweep, Team Audi also claimed the DTM manufacturer's title over BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Audi R8 LMS Cup
André Couto Opens Shanghai Weekend with Big Win Shanghai, China (October 18th, 2014) – André Couto opened the fourth race weekend of the year on the Audi R8 LMS Cup tour with a dominating start-to-finish victory at the Shanghai Circuit in front of ex DTM driver, Rahel Frey, and the 2013 Champion, Adderly Fong.
Shanghai Win Propels Alex Yoong to Audi R8 LMS Cup Point Lead Shanghai, China (October 19th, 2014) – The second round of the Audi R8 LMS Cup doubleheader at the Shanghai Circuit found Alex Yoong scoring the victory in front of the previous round's victor, André Couto. With the win Yoong recaptured the lead in the series standings with fellow Eibach customer, Cuoto residing in the second position.
V de V Endurance Series GTV2
Team AB Sport Auto Pads Point Lead with Magny-Cours Mastery Magny-Course, France (October 19th, 2014) – Franck Thybaud, Thierry Proust and Maxime Jousse in the Audi R8 LMS ultra of Team AB Sport Auto won the GTV2 class in the four-hour race at Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours. With one race to go Thybaud increased his championship lead in the GTV2 class to seven points.
Blancpain Sprint Series (BSS) Pro-Am Class
Basseng and Latif Clinch Pro-Am Class Title with Zolder Belgium (October 19th, 2014) – At Belgium's Circuit Zolder, Marc Basseng and Alessandro Latif, driving the Eibach Springs Audi R8 LMS ultra fielded by Phoenix Racing, won both rounds of the Pro-Am classification to secure not only the driver's title but also the team championship.
United States Racing Association (USRA) Modified
Jacob Gallardo Outduels Dear Old Dad for SNMS Prelim Win Las Cruces, New Mexico (October 17th, 2014) – The second night of the 15th Annual USRA Fall Nationals at Southern New Mexico Speedway was a true family affair at the front of the field. After more than a dozen lead changes Jacob Gallardo ultimately charged past his dad, Fito Gallardo to notch the victory in his Team Gallardo Racing #J17 Eibach Springs Modified.
United States Auto Club (USAC) Silver Crown Sprint Car
Kody Swanson Stamps USAC Crown with Syracuse Win Syracuse, New York (October 11th, 2014) – Not only did Kody Swanson claim his first USAC Silver Crown Sprint Car title over the weekend, but he also did it in fine style by winning the 2014 series finale at the famed Syracuse Mile at the New York State Fairgrounds. The Kingsburg, California won five of ten series events this season in the Eibach Springs #63 DePalma Motorsports Maxim en route to the coveted title.
Fito Gallardo Surges in Final Events for USRA National Title Las Cruces, New Mexico (October 17th, 2014) – Las Cruces, New Mexico's Fito Gallardo may have entered the final point's weekend, sitting fourth in the national USRA Modified standings. However, by the time the final checkered flag had dropped on the 15th Annual USRA Fall Nationals at Southern New Mexico Speedway, he had accumulated enough points to claim the championship. A sixth, second, and fifth place finish in the final events of the year propelled the veteran to his first-ever national title in his Team GRC #G17 Eibach Springs/LG2 Modified.
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS)
Don O'Neal Claims First Career LOLMDS Championship Portsmouth, Ohio (October 19th, 2014) – After coming oh so close on so many occasions throughout his illustrious career, Don O'Neal was able to finally claim his first national touring championship over the weekend. The Martinsville, Indiana driver went into battle at Portsmouth Raceway Park against a field of 89 entries in the 34th Annual Dirt Track World Championship. He started sixth in the $50,000-to-win finale before finishing fourth to clinch the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) championship in his Eibach Springs #5 Clint Bowyer Racing/ Barry Wright Super Late Model.