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    1. Audio: The Truth in 24 Interviews



      Back in October, Audi UK hosted a showing of Truth in 24 at the Audi quattro rooms in London, an event not to be missed with celebrity guests that included drivers Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish, as well as engineers Leena Gade and Howden Haynes. On hand at the event was Radio Le Mans' John Hindhaugh who interviewed each of the four and a few ...
    2. Video(s): Audi Sport's Leena Gade in Profile



      By this time, we doubt Audi Sport engineer Leena Gade needs any introduction. As the first female engineer to win Le Mans (this year with the R18 TDI's momentous win), she's earned her place in the motorsport lexicon and the spotlight turned its way in her direction.

      Audi of America has produced several video shorts ...
    3. Video: AUdi Sport Le Mans-Winning Engineer Leena Gade on Fast Lane Daily



      On the morning ahead of last weekend's running of Petit Le Mans, Fast Lane Daily's JF Musial had a chance to sit down with Audi Sport engineer Leena Gade. Gade herself has enjoyed a fair degree of notoriety since her winning the 24 Hours in June as the first female lead engineer to do so. Since then she has boasted an appearance at Goodwood, ...
    4. Audi Sport's Le Mans Winning Engineer Leena Gade Catches up with MINI Rally Engineer Sister at Goodwood



      Having just won Le Mans, we were surprised no shots of Audi R18 chief engineer Leena Gade had filtered through from Imola. Then, we caught this story from the Telegraph and all was clear. Seems Leena attended the Goodwood Festival of Speed last weekend and managed to catch up with sister Teena whom she'd mentioned in our Le Mans video interview. Teena's the lead engineer on Kris Meeke's MINI WRC car, and the two managed a ...
    5. Video: Catching up with Leena Gade of Audi Sport, 24 Hours before the 24 Hours



      Having just recently become the first woman to win Le Mans as lead engineer of a racing team, Leena Gade has solidly placed herself on the radar of more than just Audi enthusiasts. Being an engineer at a team like Audi doesn't hurt either, where her colleagues like Howden Haynes and Brad Kettler take on more of a known rule than their counterparts ...