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Namesponsor:
Audi OriginaalosadŽ

Sponsors: Baltic Bolt Forss

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Car partners: Porsche Ameerika Auto

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Organizer:
Eesti Audi Klubi

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Audi Originaalosad One Mile Challenge 2019

One Mile Challenge is a top speed competition for passenger cars and its idea is to achieve the greatest finish-line speed at the end of a 1 mile course (approx. 1609 meter) from a standing start. There are solo runs and each competitor has two attempts, the best of which is included in the results. Top speed will be measured in addition also at 1/2 mile (approx. 805 meter) mark, but it will not be taken into account in the ranking. Within this event the fastest car in Baltics will be ascertained and measured speeds are exceeding 300 km/h limit already for a long time.

The aim of the event is to give to all owners of cars a legal and safe opportunity to test their cars and their own abilities. It is easy to participate, because competition car can be ordinary car which is used for daily driving and doesn’t have special equipment. So, cars of all brands and models are welcome to compete but it is very important that the car is in excellent technical condition and meets all technical requirements. Competing classes, more specific rules and requirements to the car and driver are described under rules section.

This event has been organized annually since 2001 in different airfields in Estonia, so this year it will be 19th time for One Mile Challenge. Since 2009 all one mile top speed competitions have been organized by Estonian Audi Club team.




One Mile Challenge (including AC Mile) winners:
2001 - James Herne, Porsche 951 - 238 km/h
2002 - Kari Hirvonsalo, Ford Sierra Cosworth - 250 km/h
2003 - Erkki Vapper, Porsche 911 Turbo - 268 km/h
2004 - Erkki Vapper, Porsche 911 Turbo - 277 km/h
2005 - Maksim Zolotarjov, Toyota Supra - 298 km/h
2006 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 296 km/h
2007 - Virgo Rikk, Porsche 911 Turbo - 298 km/h (OMC)
2007 - Maksim Zolotarjov, Toyota Supra - 312 km/h (AC Mile)
2008 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 302 km/h (OMC)
2008 - Juhani Kautto, Audi RS6 - 296 km/h (AC Mile)
2009 - Artur Hatsaturjan, MB SL55 AMG - 300 km/h (OMC)
2009 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 311 km/h (AC Mile)
2010 - Aleksandr Tserjomuskin, Nissan GTR - 298km/h (OMC)
2010 - Artur Hatsaturjan, MB SL 55AMG - 305 km/h (AC Mile)
2011 - Marje Salumets, Audi Coupe - 304km/h (OMC)
2011 - Aleksandr Ljahh, Nissan Skyline GTR - 319 km/h (AC Mile)
2012 - Janis Piiritalo, Audi S6 Avant - 299km/h (OMC)
2012 - Maksim Zolotarjov, Toyota Supra - 326 km/h (AC Mile)
2013 - Erik Olesk, Audi S6 Avant - 319km/h (08.06)
2013 - Janis Piiritalo, Audi S6 Avant - 316km/h (24.08)
2014 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 327km/h (15.06)
2014 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 343km/h (16.08)
2015 - Aleksandr Lomeiko, Bmw E30 325i - 338 km/h (13.06)
2015 - Aleksandr Ljahh, Nissan Skyline GTR, 350 km/h (15.08)
2016 - Aleksandr Ljahh, Nissan Skyline GTR, 346 km/h (11.06)
2016 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 343km/h (20.08)
2017 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 362km/h (10.06)
2017 - Gert Leisson, Audi S4 - 353 km/h (19.08)
2018 - Thomas Padovani, Porsche GT2 RS, 335km/h (11.08)
2019 - Roul Liidemann, Dodge Viper GTS - 345km/h (17.08)