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28-04-2011, 02:19 PM
Miss World visits Audi at the DTM

• Rosanna Davison travels to Hockenheim
• New Audi Q3 to be marveled at alongside the race track
• Grand appearance by the smallest Audi

Ingolstadt, April 28, 2011 - A high-caliber visit is expected at the 2011 DTM season opener: Rosanna Davison, the daughter of rock legend Chris de Burgh, will enchant Audi’s guests. In addition, there will be other activities putting the spotlight on the brand with the four rings at Hockenheim. And the fans staying at home can look forward to extensive TV coverage.

An international star from Ireland has announced her attendance at the DTM season opener. Audi will welcome model Rosanna Davison at the Hockenheim race track. There is no question that the 27-year-old Irishwoman will draw everyone’s eyes to her. The daughter of rock legend Chris de Burgh was voted Miss World in 2003.

In addition to seeing the human star, visitors can look forward to a number of automotive stars, with the new Audi Q3 being the focal point of interest. Right after having made its world debut in Shanghai last Tuesday, the compact-size premium SUV is now being showcased at Hockenheim. Other cars to make the hearts of fans beat faster will be the all-new seventh-generation A6 and the 250-kW (340 hp) Audi RS 3 Sportback.

On Sunday a big parade will thrill the audience at Hockenheim. Just before the DTM race starts 23 Audi A1 cars will complete a lap around the race track. The German Sales Organization will hand over the popular compact models to dealerships at the Audi Drive Away.

AUDI AG’s top management demonstrates keen interest in the DTM season opener. The four members of the Board of Management, Rupert Stadler (Chairman), Thomas Sigi (HR and Social Matters), Michael **** (Technical Development) and Axel Strotbek (Finance and Organization) as well as Norbert Rank (Works Council Chairman at the Neckarsulm location) will watch the DTM opener on location.

In the 2011 season the DTM as the most popular touring car series again draws the viewers’ attention through extensive TV coverage. The new Audi factory driver Rahel Frey is expected as a studio guest on SWR starting at 21:45 (local time).

Photographs and information available at www.audi-motorsport.info