The Raeder Audi TT RS is a specially built and dedicated race car prototype which was built by the German company Raeder Motorsport.In 2010 the car will be competing in the last two races of the Endurance Championship Nurburgring The car, which was developed jointly by the Technical Development (TE) and the production of Audi AG and quattro GmbH, represents the first prototype of a potential track-only and modular TT RS race car which will be offered to the public - well race teams anyway.
The Raeder Audi TT RS features a five-cylinder turbocharged engine which runs on diesel. It has other upgrades for the bodywork - in the form of a massive wide-arch bodykit. The chassis as been stiffened and fitted with a fully integrated roll cage. And the aerodynamics have been improved thanks to numerous vents, diffusers and spoilers to keep it firmly stuck to the track.While the DTM starts in Hockenheim, at the same time, initiated with the Audi R8 LMS customer sport program of AUDI AG receives may increase: the case of the last two rounds of the Endurance Championship Nürburgring 16th and 30 October starts the team bikes racing in the class SP 4T with the prototype of an Audi TT RS, which is being developed jointly by the Technical Development (TE) and the production of Audi AG and quattro GmbH. During test operations, the vehicle that represents the spearhead of a potential customer sport modular approach to TT base, piloted by Marc Hennerici and Christopher Mies. Audi is responding to the high demand of customers, the TT and other brand vehicles used in motor sport can be.The prototype has a five-cylinder TDI engine. It has race-specific new developments in the areas of body, chassis and aerodynamics. Also could take over the project team in the sense of maximum synergy, some parts of the R8 LMS.