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Audi 90 quattro IMSA GTO
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AUDI Best reclam
AUDI BEST RECLAM





The Godfather of 4-Wheel Drive, Audi Quattro, Sportquattro, RS2, S1, 20V Turbo
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Audi Sport Quattro Dahlbäck Racing 560 Hp
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Jonus Racing Audi S2 2.2 20v turbo 1288 bhp at racing track.flv
Jonus Racing Audi S2 with 1288bhp in the racing track! Audi 2.2 20v inline 5 engine with 1288bhp at 10000rpm,engine block from R5 TDI,engine head from RS2...





Audi quattro Rally Driving
http://www.eurocarnews.com - Audi USA - Frank Sprongl, Audi Rally Car Champion, discusses what is like to be a rally race car driver and explains the benefits of Audi quattro drive technology.





Audi S2 100-320km/h
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AUDI 25 years quattro 2005
AUDI 25 years quattro (80 90 100 200 A3 A4 A6 A8 TT S2 S3 S4 S6 S8 RS2 RS4 RS6 rally group B) (2005)





Audi S1 GroupB Rally Portugal - Walther Rohl
crazy heel toe work of Walter Rohl, + the crazy crowd scenes - respect for the drivers keeping their cool, no wonder it was banned





Audi 80 20v Turbo Quattro
Old video from when I first swapped my 20vt into my 1988 Audi 80q. The car is gone now, but the engine is sitting in my garage awaiting transplant into my 1990 Coupe Quattro.




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