By Tarek Ramchani
Head of Audi Motorsport Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich was satisfied at the end of the Thursday's qualifying sessions. The three works Audi R18 e-tron quattro cars will start from positions four, five and six, but Dr Ullrich is fully confident about Audi's chances in the 24-hour classic.
“We concentrated solely on working for the race again today. I am convinced that we are well prepared and have three very good race cars, in which our drivers feel comfortable".
"This is important for Le Mans. Using the tires to their optimum will be an extremely crucial factor in the race. I think we are in a good position as far as this is concerned."
The 83rd Le Mans 24 Hours will start on Saturday at 15:00 CET with Audi targeting a fourteenth overall victory at La Sarthe.
Read our qualifying report: Audi will start the 83rd Le Mans 24 Hours from positions four, five and sixth
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