Robert Bosch Corp. is supplying co-developed common-rail diesel injection systems and redesigned electronic control units to Audi AG for use in its new R10 TDI diesel-powered race car. The 650-hp R10, which serves to advance Audi’s racing heritage and promote its expertise with advanced diesel technology, recently won the American Le Mans Series 12-Hours of Sebring race and will be the first diesel-powered car to challenge for the overall title in the 24 hours of Le Mans race, to be held ...

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