But those aren’t the only Audis that Lotterer has a soft spot for! Here at the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard the current Porsche Formula E driver took the Audi Nothelle-Kamei Coupe for a ride up the Goodwood Hill.
The sound of that iconic five-pot rasp swelled through the grounds of Goodwood up to a dizzying 8,500rpm. Interestingly, the car still retains the original 2.0-litre, 240bhp engine that was first assembled by Andre’s father, Henri, who collaborated with Audi Sport on its creation. Given only 70 days to build this this Group 2 beast from scratch, the outcome is rather impressive! André has spoken in interview about loving this Audi not for its speed, but for its ties to his family, for finding the old car’s limits and driving it right on the edge! He certainly didn’t disappoint here.
Want to see more awesome rare, classic, vintage racing cars and supercars? Then our one-off Goodwood Speedweek in October should be in your calendar! It’s set to feature F1, touring cars, sportscars, rally cars and more and will be an event you cannot miss! To find out more about what will make SpeedWeek so amazing, click here.