Afternoon All, Used the car to go to work today and upon getting out of the car this morning noticed a fuel smell from bonnet area, pulled the car into the unit and popped the bonnet still there was a strong fuel smell so had a nose around the engine / bay, anyway after a couple of minutes found that the high pressure fuel pump that sits towards the back right side of the cam cover (you can't miss it as it has a LARGE nut on top of it) was leaking fuel !! The leak is at the back of it almost where the fuel pressure sensor is screwed into it, more alarming though is fuel was starting to drip down just above the exhaust manifold (luckily its kinda shielded so the fuel wasn't going directly onto anything hot) but this i think is kinda alarming in a way, imagine if this went undetected for a while it could've been bye bye RS3 !!! John has kindly emailed me a picture with the offending item Its the top most item on the picture and you can see the sensor connection at the Back / Left side of it. I would perhaps suggest other owners just check this / keep an eye on it, there is room to get a finger under it to check it's dry, but hopefully its just a one off, but i'd just thought i'd share this info. The other interesting thing is when the RAC chap turned up he said has it had the 'update' ? what update i asked, "the fuel pump update" he replied, "no" i said, "audi haven't notified you then?" he said "thats right i haven't heard anything from them" i said We both looked at each other agreeing that this is "typical" of Audi. So the car is now at Manchester Audi awaiting what i imagine will be fun and games on monday !!!!