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24 Hours of Spa, Hour-by-Hour Race Facts


 

24h Spa – Race Facts

Hour 1

In the Spa 24 Hour race, the best-positioned Audi R8 LMS ultra was involved in an accident shortly before the end of the first hour through no fault of its own.

André Lotterer improved from 13th position at the start to eighth place in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra. In the chicane before the start and finish straight, the car was hit in lap 24 by the #62 McLaren as its driver suddenly entered the pit lane and didn’t see the Audi. In this collision, the front left suspension corner of the R8 was damaged.

Christopher Mies who had started from the second row complained about understeering in his #1 R8 LMS ultra. At the one-hour mark, it was the best-placed Audi R8 LMS ultra on ninth position.

Positions after 1 hour: 
1 BMW #3 2 McLaren #5 3 Porsche #8 4 Porsche #74 5 Aston Martin #89 6 Lamborghini # 24 7 BMW #36 8 Mercedes-Benz #90 9 Audi #1 10 BMW #4 … 14 Audi #16 22 Audi #2 28 Audi #6 32 Audi #2 37 Audi #23 38 Audi #30 39 Audi #81 52 Audi #98 59 Audi #41

 

 

Hour 2

Fighting back in the second hour of the race: After 50 laps, Christopher Mies in the #1 Audi R8 LMS ultra was second ahead of Frank Stippler (Audi R8 LMS ultra #16) and Edward Sandström (#2 Audi R8 LMS ultra).

After the pit stops at the beginning of the second hour of the race, the Audi R8 LMS ultra cars made up positions: Christopher Mies in the #1 Audi R8 LMS ultra improved from ninth to third position. Shortly before the 18:00 hour mark, he claimed second position. Frank Stippler improved from 21st to sixth position, Edward Sandström from 18th to fifth place. They performed a great manoeuvre overtaking the #36 BMW, swapped positions and were third and fourth behind Mies after two hours of the race.

André Lotterer who was the best Audi driver in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra shortly before the end of the first hour got involved in a collision through no fault of his own and had to pit for repairs. Audi Sport Team Phoenix changed the track rod, recalibrated the steering and swapped a headlight. After 28 minutes, Lotterer rejoined the race at 17:26 on 63rd position eleven laps down.

Positions after 2 hours:
 1 BMW #3 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #16 4 Audi #2 5 BMW #36 6 Porsche #8 7 McLaren #88 8 McLaren #5 9 Lamborghini #24 10 McLaren #9 … 19 Audi #40 31 Audi #23 35 Audi #81 39 Audi #30 48 Audi #98 53 Audi #41 63 Audi #6

Hour 3

The Audi R8 LMS ultra cars of teams Phoenix and WRT defended their track positions two and three in the third hour of racing. Due to heavy rain the two safety cars had to be deployed for almost 45 minutes.
For the #1 and #16 cars the 24 Hour race at Spa went according to plan in the third hour of racing. Just after 1800 hrs Christopher Mies handed over the Audi R8 LMS ultra to his french teammate Stéphane Ortelli in second place. René Rast took over the car from Frank Stippler in third position. The #2 WRT sister car followed in striking distance with Edward Sandström handing over to Laurens Vanthoor.

The recovering #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra was in the hands of Marcel Fässler. After the accident of André Lotterer and the pit stop the car was placed in 60th position after three hours.

Heavy rain at Spa caused a safety car period starting at 1813 hrs and lasting almost 45 minutes. Only shortly before the fourth hour of racing the cars went back to racing.

Positions after 3 hours: 1 BMW #3 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #16 4 BMW #36 5 Porsche #75 6 Porsche #8 7 McLaren #5 8 Ferrari #52 9 Audi #2 10 Ferrari #50 … 18 Audi #40 38 Audi #81 39 Audi #23 46 Audi #30 47 Audi #41 58 Audi #98 60 Audi #6

 

Hour 4

Ingolstadt/Spa-Francorchamps, 28 July 2012 – In the fourth hour of the race, the #1 Audi R8 LMS ultra driven by Stéphane Ortelli defended second position. The race driver from Monaco had briefly led for Team WRT after a pit stop of the #3 BMW before having to pit as well for refuelling. René Rast (Audi Sport Team Phoenix) followed behind Ortelli in the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra in third position. Laurens Vanthoor held seventh position in the #2 car.

The fourth hour of the race was characterized by a caution period that lasted nearly half an hour. Both safety cars were in action following an accident of the #86 Porsche at 19:24. Only in the dying minutes of the fourth hour, the was resumed again.

Positions after 4 hours: 1 BMW #3 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #16 4 BMW #36 5 Porsche #75 6 Porsche #8 7 Audi #2 8 McLaren #5 9 Audi #40 10 Ferrari #52 … 36 Audi #23 38 Audi #81 45 Audi #30 47 Audi #41 53 Audi #6 55 Audi #98

Hour 5

Shortly before 21:00, the Audi R8 LMS ultra #1 run by Audi Sport Team WRT took the lead in the 24 hour race at Spa-Francorchamps. 

After having replaced Stéphane Ortelli behind the wheel of the #1 R8, Christopher reduced the gap to the leading #3 BMW continuously in the course of the fifth hour. In lap 99, he took the lead. Almost at the same time, torrential rain deluged the race and caused the third caution period.

At 21:00, four Audi R8 LMS ultra were listed among the top five. Andrea Piccini (#6) and Marco Bonanomi (#2) improved to third and fourth positions respectively. The best Audi Sport customer racing team also showed a stunning performance: The Audi R8 LMS ultra #40 entered by Saintéloc Racing improved in difficult conditions to fifth position.

Positions after 5 hours: 1 Audi #1 2 BMW #3 3 Audi #16 4 Audi #2 5 Audi #40 6 Ferrari #52 … 38 Audi #23 39 Audi #81 40 Audi #30 46 Audi #41 52 Audi #6 54 Audi #98

 

Hour 6

After six hours three Audi R8 LMS ultra were on the first four positions. 

Due to heavy rain the sixth hour of the race was mostly completed behind the safety car. During the safety car period the lead changed between the two best placed Audi R8 LMS ultra: After Christopher Haase in car #1 had to pit for tires and fuel in lap 105, Andrea Piccini in the Audi R8 LMS ultra of Audi Sport Team Phoenix took over the lead.

After the safety car returned to the pits at 21:54 Haase in the Audi R8 LMS ultra of Audi Sport Team WRT took over the lead again from Haase. After the first quarter of the race Marco Bonanomi in the Audi R8 LMS ultra #2 completed the Audi trio at the front with position 4.

Positions after 6 hours: 1 Audi #1 2 Audi #16 3 BMW #3 4 Audi #2 5 Lamborghini #24 6 BMW #36 7 Audi #40 8 McLaren #5 9 Ferrari #52 10 BMW #66 … 35 Audi #30 36 Audi #23 48 Audi #6 53 Audi #81 54 Audi #98

Hour 7

The Audi drivers did not take any risks in extremely difficult conditions during the seventh hour of the Spa 24-hour race. Despite that Audi held positions two, three, four and five at 2300 hrs. 

On a wet track the lead changed a couple of times between the two fastest Audi R8 LMS ultra cars from the Audi Sport Teams Phoenix (#16) and WRT (#1) and the #3 BMW before Maxime Martin was able to extend his lead.

After seven hours the number “1” car was the best placed Audi R8 LMS ultra, meanwhile driven by Christopher Mies. Frank Stippler followed just behind in third place with the R8 #16.

An accident in the “La Source” hairpin caused another safety car period at 2245 hrs. Just before 2300 hrs the race went green again on a still wet track.

Positions after 7 hours: 1 BMW #3 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #16 4 Audi #2 5 Audi #40 6 BMW #66 … 36 Audi #23 37 Audi #30 44 Audi #41 44 Audi #41 45 Audi #6 50 Audi #98 53 Audi #81

 

Hour 8

Audi was running in second, third, fourth and fifth positions in the 24 Spa Hours at midnight.

There were no further dramas on a slowly drying track between 2300 and 2400 hrs. At 2325 hrs, Frank Stippler at the wheel of the #16 Audi Sport Team Phoenix Audi R8 LMS ultra took second place from Christopher Mies in the #1 Audi Sport Team WRT Audi R8 LMS ultra. The second WRT R8 and the best placed customer car from Saintéloc Racing followed in positions four and five.

Positions after 8 hours: 1 BMW #3 2 Audi #16 3 Audi #1 4 Audi #2 5 Audi #40 6 BMW #36 7 BMW #66 8 Lamborghini #24 9 Ferrari #51 10 Porsche #75 … 33 Audi #23 35 Audi #30 41 Audi #6 43 Audi #41 48 Audi #98 53 Audi #81

Hour 9

After nine hours, the #16 Audi Sport Team Phoenix Audi R8 LMS ultra was running in first position. 

Audi Sport Team Phoenix changed to slicks with both cars just after midnight which enabled both cars to record the fastest lap times in the field. At 0051 hrs, Frank Stippler took the lead when the #3 BMW pitted for fuel during a caution period. Just before 0100 hrs, Stippler handed the R8 LMS ultra #16 in first place to René Rast.

The two Audi R8 LMS ultra cars form Audi Sport Team WER were running third and fifth after nine hours.

Audi customer team Sainteloc Racing lost fifth place due an accident at the “La Source” corner. Repairs of the car’s front end cost 11 laps.

Positions after 9 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 BMW #3 3 Audi #1 4 BMW #66 5 Audi #2 6 BMW #36 … 26 Audi #40 28 Audi #30 36 Audi #6 42 Audi #41 44 Audi #98 46 Audi #23 50 Audi #81

 

Hour 10

Almost the whole 10th hour of the Spa 24 Hours was completed behind the safety cars.

The race was restarted twice, but each time Race Control’s two Audi RS 5 had to go back on the track after a short time. In total the safety cars have been on track already on eight occasions.

At 0200 hrs, René Rast was leading the race in the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra from Audi Sport Team Phoenix 1 minute and 46 seconds ahead of the #3 BMW.

Positions after 10 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 BMW #3 3 Audi #1 4 BMW #36 5 BMW #66 6 Audi #2 7 Porsche #34 8 Porsche #75 9 Ferrari #57 10 Ferrari #50 … 28 Audi #30 31 Audi #40 33 Audi #6 39 Audi #41 42 Audi #98 48 Audi #81 49 Audi #23

Hour 11

Eleven hours into the race, René Rast maintains the lead in the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra of Audi Sport Team Phoenix. 

Rast who took the lead shortly before one o’clock on Sunday morning defended his position against the #3 BMW. After a pitstop sequence, Stéphane Ortelli in the #1 Audi R8 LMS ultra lost one position but moved up to third place shortly before the end of the eleventh hour. Right behind him, Laurens Vanthoor in the #2 Audi R8 LMS ultra of Audi Sport Team WRT is in fourth position. He made up two positions in the eleventh hour of the race.

Marcel Fässler drove consistently quick lap times in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra that had lost eleven laps at the beginning of the race through no fault of its own. He made up ten positions in the eleventh hour of the race and is 26th now.

Positions after 11 hours: 
1 Audi #16 2 BMW #3 3 Audi #1 4 Audi #2 5 BMW #36 6 BMW #66 7 Porsche #34 8 Porsche #75 9 Ferrari #51 10 Ferrari #50 … 26 Audi #6 27 Audi #40 31 Audi #30 37 Audi #41 41 Audi #98 44 Audi #81 46 Audi #23

 

Hour 12

Half-time in the race, two Audi teams are in front in the prestigious 24-hour race.

After the latest round of pit stops and driver changes in the twelfth hour, it was Andrea Piccini who held the lead in the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra entered by Audi Sport Team Phoenix. The Italian had temporarily led by one lap before having to pit shortly before 4 o’clock following a loss of pressure in the front left tire. He still held an advantage of 14.7 seconds over Christopher Haase in second position in the #1 car entered by Audi Sport Team WRT.

A third Audi R8 LMS ultra, the #2 WRT sister car driven by Marco Bonanomi, held fifth position. Meanwhile, Tom Kristensen in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra further climbed up the standings and was in 23rd position overall.

Positions after 12 hours: 
1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 BMW #3 4 BMW #66 5 Audi #2 6 BMW #36 7 Porsche #34 8 Porsche #75 9 Ferrari #50 10 Ferrari #51 … 23 Audi #6 28 Audi #30 34 Audi #41 39 Audi #40 42 Audi #81 46 Audi #23 47 Audi #98

Hour 13

After 13 hours, the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra still heads the field. 

The battle at the head of the field continues. Audi Sport Team Phoenix driver Andrea Piccini established a lead of more than two minutes over the #66 BMW. Shortly before the end of the 13th hour, the Italian handed the car over to Frank Stippler who stayed in the lead as the BMW had to pit as well.

At that point, Christopher Haase in the #1 Audi Sport Team WRT car held second position with team-mate Marco Bonanomi being sixth in the #2 sister car.

Tom Kristensen in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra is getting closer to the top 20 thanks to consistently quick lap times. He has made up two more positions in the 13th hour and held 21st position.

Positions after 13 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 BMW #66 4 BMW #36 5 BMW #3 6 Audi #2 7 Porsche #75 8 Ferrari #50 9 Ferrari #51 10 Ferrari #52 … 21 Audi #6 27 Audi #30 35 Audi #41 37 Audi #40 41 Audi #81 45 Audi #98 48 Audi #23

 

Hour 14

While the Audi Sport Team Phoenix was still leading the race, the positions behind the #16 car changed due to different pit stop strategies. Meanwhile, the #6 Audi made his way back into the top 20. 

After 14 hours of racing the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra was still doing its laps at the top of the field. Behind Frank Stippler the positions changed due to different pit stop strategies. At 6 o’clock Christopher Mies was in second place.

Small victory for the Audi R8 LMS ultra of Fässler, Kristensen and Lotterer: After an accident in the opening hour the team has fought back from 63rd position into the top 20.

As a precautionary measure, brake discs and pads has been changed on cars #16 and #2.

Positions after 14 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 2 Audi #1 3 BMW #66 4 BMW #3 5 BMW #36 6 Audi #2 7 Porsche #75 8 Ferrari #51 9 Ferrari #52 10 Porsche #34 … 19 Audi #6 26 Audi #30 33 Audi #41 35 Audi #40 38 Audi #81 43 Audi #98 48 Audi #23

Hour 15

No change in the leaderboard: Audi Sport Team Phoenix continues to lead the Spa 24 hour race after 15 hours. The #6 sister car climbs up the ranks thanks to a strong performance and is 15th already.

At dawn, Frank Stippler dominates the Spa race as the leader in the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra. He handed over the car shortly before 7 o’clock to René Rast. The second-best Audi driven by Christopher Mies follows in third place. Positions are constantly changing though owing to pit stop sequences.

Meanwhile, the #6 drivers fight back with a string of amazing lap times: After Tom Kristensen’s stunning performance, André Lotterer was by far the fastest driver on the track. The crew’s reward is that they were back in the top 15 already.

Positions after 15 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 BMW #66 3 Audi #1 4 Audi #2 5 BMW #3 6 Porsche #75 7 Ferrari #51 8 Ferrari #52 9 Porsche #34 10 Porsche #8 … 15 Audi #6 23 Audi #30 31 Audi #41 32 Audi #40 37 Audi #81 42 Audi #98 48 Audi #23

 

Hour 16

As Audi Sport Team Phoenix continued to dominate the Spa 24 hours, Audi Sport Team WRT closed in on the leader and held second and third positions.

Phoenix driver René Rast held an advantage of more than one lap in his #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra over Stéphane Ortelli in the #1 WRT car. The Frenchman set a blistering pace and lapped the track in 2.20 minutes after having taken the car over from Christopher Mies. His team-mate Edward Sandström gained one position and was third after two thirds of the race before his next pit stop.

Marcel Fässler replaced André Lotterer in the #6 Phoenix Audi R8 LMS ultra. The Swiss driver was classified 15th.

Positions after 16 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #2 4 BMW #66 5 BMW #3 6 Porsche #75 7 Ferrari #51 8 Ferrari #52 9 Porsche #8 10 Porsche #34 … 15 Audi #6 23 Audi #30 30 Audi #41 34 Audi #81 37 Audi #40 43 Audi #98

Hour 17

Both Audi Sport Teams Phoenix and WRT defended the 1-2-3 lead of Audi ahead of a brace of BMW cars in the 17th our of the Spa 24 hour race thanks to fast lap times.

René Rast defended first position in the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra of Audi Sport Team Phoenix. Second was Stéphane Ortelli in the #1 Audi R8 LMS ultra of Audi Sport Team WRT. Laurens Vanthoor followed in third position in the second WRT-run R8.

Marcel Fässler continued the chase in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra: The double Le Mans winners improved to eleventh position.

Positions after 17 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #2 4 BMW #66 5 BMW #3 6 Ferrari #52 7 Ferrari #51 8 Porsche #75 9 Porsche #34 10 McLaren #88 … 11 Audi #6 21 Audi #30 28 Audi #41 34 Audi #81 40 Audi #40 43 Audi #98

 

Hour 18

Twice the lead changed in the hour before the last quarter of the race: Due to a puncture of Andrea Piccini in the Audi R8 LMS ultra #16 (Audi Sport Team Phoenix) Stéphane Ortelli in the #1 Audi of Audi Sport Team WRT took over the lead. Half an hour later Piccini was back in front. 

At the start of the 18th hour René Rast handed over the leading Audi R8 LMS ultra #16 to his team mate Andrea Piccini. Some laps later Piccini had to come in for an unplanned pit stop due to a puncture. Stéphane Ortelli in the Audi R8 LMS ultra #1 went in the lead and extended his gap by the fastest lap time. When Ortelli had to pit half an hour later and handed over the car to Christopher Haase, Piccini went in the lead again. Laurens Vanthoor in the Audi R8 LMS ultra #2 was still in third place.

After making up a lot of time, the Audi R8 LMS #6, that lost eleven laps in the first hours, is in eighth position heading into the last six hours.

Positions after 18 hours: 1 BMW #3 2 Audi #16 3 Audi #1 4 Audi #2 5 Audi #40 6 BMW #36 7 BMW #66 8 Lamborghini #24 9 Ferrari #51 10 Porsche #75 … 33 Audi #23 35 Audi #30 41 Audi #6 43 Audi #41 48 Audi #98 53 Audi #81

Hour 19

Audi goes with a 1-2-3 lead in the final hours at Spa. At the beginning of the 20th hour of racing the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra was leading the race ahead of the #1 and #2 sister cars. The drivers saw the 14th safety car period of the race which only lasted ten minutes.

The lead between the Audi drivers changed again during the 19th hour of racing at Spa: Just after the restart Frank Stippler managed to overtake Christopher Haase in the sister car. That means Audi went with three R8 LMS ultra cars at the top of the field into the final hours.

After an impressive catching-up of the #6 car Tom Kristensen was still racing in eighth place with five hours to go.

Positions after 19 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #2 4 BMW #66 5 BMW #3 6 Ferrari #52 7 Ferrari #51 8 Audi #6 9 McLaren #88 10 Porsche #8 … 17 Audi #30 29 Audi #41 31 Audi

 

Hour 20

A strong Audi trio was in front: Frank Stippler maintained the lead in the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra of Audi Sport Team Phoenix after 20 hours. 

Before the last sixth of the race, Christopher Mies replaced Christopher Haase behind the wheel of the #1 Audi R8 LMS ultra run by Audi Sport Team WRT and he was second one lap down the leader. The German had a spin at the beginning of his stint but didn’t lose a position. His team-mate Marco Bonanomi was third one lap down in the WRT sister car.

André Lotterer who took the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra over from Tom Kristensen was eighth.

Positions after 20 hours:
 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 Audi #2 4 BMW #66 5 BMW #3 6 Ferrari #52 7 Ferrari #51 8 Audi #6 9 McLaren #88 10 Porsche #8 … 16 Audi #30 28 Audi #41 30 Audi #81 39 Audi #98

Hour 21

Audi Sport Team WRT’s #2 Audi R8 LMS ultra, which was running in third position for a long time, retired from the Spa 24 Hours due to an accident just after noon.

Edward Sandström lost the control of the #2 R8 on his first flying lap following a driver change at the entry of the famous “Eau Rouge” corner, spinning backwards into the tire barriers. The Swede remained unhurt but the race was over for Audi Sport Team WRT’s second R8 at 1210 hrs.

Audi Sport Team Phoenix used the following caution period for a driver change from Frank Stippler to René Rast and a change of the front brake discs. René Rast in the #16 R8 LMS ultra dropped again behind the #1 WRT-R8 driven by Christopher Mies.

Due to a refuelling stop of the #1 car, the lead changed again just before 1300 hrs.

Positions after 21 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 BMW #66 4 BMW #3 5 Ferrari #52 6 Ferrari #51 7 Audi #6 8 Porsche #8 9 Ferrari #10 10 McLaren #88 … 13 Audi #2 17 Audi #30 27 Audi #41 29 Audi #81 39 Audi #98

 

Hour 22

Exciting final dash in the Spa 24 hours: During the 22nd hour of the race, the two leading Audi R8 LMS ultra cars were separated merely by fractions of a second.

When Christopher Mies had to pit the leading #1 Audi R8 LMS ultra at 13:47 owing to a puncture, René Rast took the lead in the #16 R8 LMS ultra. After 22 hours, Rast had an advantage of 1m 49s.

With two hours to go, Marcel Fässler in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra climbed up to sixth position.

Positions after 22 hours: 
1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 BMW #66 4 BMW #3 5 Ferrari #52 6 Audi #6 7 Porsche #8 8 Ferrari #10 9 Porsche #34 10 McLaren #88 … 16 Audi #30 27 Audi #41 29 Audi #81 38 Audi #98

 

Hour 23

The two leading Audi R8 LMS ultra cars lapped the tradition-steeped Spa circuit within a few car lengths throughout the penultimate hour of the race.

When Frank Stippler took over the #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra from René Rast, a thrilling battle between him and the #1 WRT Audi of Christopher Mies evolved. Only seconds separated the two leading Audi cars from two different teams when they had to lap other competitors. Seven minutes before the end of the 23rd hour, a regular pit stop of the #1 car put a gap of nearly two minutes between the two cars.

Tom Kristensen maintained sixth position in the #6 Audi R8 LMS ultra entered by Audi Sport Team Phoenix.

Positions after 23 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 BMW #66 4 BMW #3 5 Ferrari #52 6 Audi #6 7 Porsche #8 8 Ferrari #10 9 McLaren #88 10 Ferrari #20 … 15 Audi #30 25 Audi #41 27 Audi #81 36 Audi #98

Hour 24

Finish at Spa: Andrea Piccini, René Rast and Frank Stippler of the Audi Sport Team Phoenix win the 24 Hour race ahead of Christopher Haase, Christopher Mies and Stéphane Ortelli of Audi Sport Team WRT. 

No change of positions at the top of the field during the last hour of racing: The #16 Audi R8 LMS ultra wins the race ahead of the #1 R8 LMS ultra. The two Audi cars showed an exciting battle for the victoy which was decided only half an hour before the finish when Stéphane Ortelli received a drive through penalty.

Not all winners at Spa could be found on the podium: After an amazing comeback from the end of the field, Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer and Tom Kristensen fought their way to sixth place.

Positions after 24 hours: 1 Audi #16 2 Audi #1 3 BMW #66 4 BMW #3 5 Ferrari #52 6 Audi #6 7 Porsche #8 8 Ferrari #10 9 McLaren #88 10 Ferrari #20 14 Audi #30 23 Audi #41 24 Audi #81 33 Audi #98

 

 

 

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