India Audi Sportscar Experience (ASE) in Mumbai on 19-21 April

Audi sportscar experience (4)The Audi Sportscar Experience (ASE) goes to 14 cities pan India in 2013, with the first installment of the city experience being held in Mumbai this weekend, 19-21 April 2013. Audi had earlier held a similar event on the Buddh International Circuit in Delhi as also the MMRT race track in Chennai. This program is similar to the Mercedes Benz AMG Driving Academy programs that have been designed to teach individuals how to handle performance cars at high speeds and within city limits.

ASE will educate individuals on the basic aspects of controlling performance cars as also provide them with an opportunity to drive and experience performance cars like the Audi R8, Audi S4, Audi RS5 and Audi TT. Internationally acclaimed drivers and instructors will provide useful tips to individuals who take part in this event. Through the course of the program participants will improve their knowledge and confidence quotient as they put these performance cars through their paces simulating hazards that lurk around the city’s roads.

The program provides four varied options to choose from which include: Racetrack experience, Racetrack experience Advanced, Racetrack experience individual and Corporate Days. As there are limited slots, thos interested are requested to approach their nearest Audi Dealers, check online for information regarding the Audi Sportscar Experience in their city or send an email to the company at

Michael Perschke, Head, Audi India said, “Audi enthusiasts across the country are soon going to get a taste of thrill and exhilaration with the Audi sportscar experience. The program focuses on superlative driving techniques and handling techniques in sportscars under tutelage. Now, for the first time in India, Audi is bringing such a unique format to Mumbai as part of a multi-city program. This shows how important this market is, and how valued our customers and fans are to Audi. I am confident of more and more people signing up for the ASE.”