Audi Type C won the 1914 Alpine-Rally.
According to the maker, this Audi Type C won Austrian Alpine Rally for the third time in a row since the car developed by August Horch won the Rally in 1912. The famous race was the most demanding long-distance event in motorsport at that time. The Audi Type C was powered by a 35-horsepower engine and was credited of a top speed of 80 km/h.
This year again, Audi which has inherited the heritage of Auto Union and Horch, will take back to closed circuits the 1938 Auto Union Silver Arrow Type C from 1938. F1 champion Jacky Ickx will race it at the Grand Prix Historique in Monaco (May 9 – 11) and will also be making an appearnce at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, from June 26 – 29, in front of some 170,000 enthusiasts.
Audi Rallye quattro A2
Audi Rallye quattro A2, with which rally legend Stig Blomqvist became world champion in 1984 and also secured the Manufacturer’s World Championship for Audi