The DTM had a fulminant start of its second season half
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Miguel Molina and Jamie Green will be starting from the front row of the grid for the race at the Lausitzring on Saturday
For the third time in his career, Timo Glock was able to celebrate on the top step of the podium
In Sunday’s second DTM race at Spielberg in Austria, the BMW driver emerged as the winner. After 42 laps of the 4.326 kilometres long Red Bull Ring, Glock won from the two Audi drivers Mattias Ekström and Jamie Green, who finished second and third respectively.
Four times four rings. Audi dominated prodceedings in third free practice at the Red Bull Ring
Once again, Edoardo Mortara (1:22.654 minutes) concluded the session as the best-placed driver of his manufacturer. Neither his fellow Audi driver Jamie Green (1:22.759 minutes) nor the Phoenix duo of Timo Scheider (1:22.805 minutes) and Mike Rockenfeller (1:22.857 minutes) were able to beat the Italian’s time.
In 2016, 24 drivers will be battling to make their big dream come true
Winning the DTM champion’s trophy. International top-level drivers will be staging entertaining duels in 18 races on a total of nine weekends. We want to introduce the contenders from BMW, Audi and Mercedes-Benz in detail and have asked each one of them 24 questions.
The first of the three manufacturers involved in DTM has announced its driver line-up for the 2016 season
The result: when it comes to Audi, the DTM enthusiasts don’t have to accustom to new faces. The Ingolstadt based manufacturer will contest the 2016 season with the line-up they also relied on in 2015.
The Audi driver dominated proceedings in the 18th DTM race of the season
The Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg seems to suit Jamie Green: in the DTM finale at the Motodrom, the Brit ended the season just like he had started it back in May: with a race win, his fourth of this year.
Young DTM drivers made their mark on the DTM race at Oschersleben on Sunday, first and foremost BMW driver Tom Blomqvist.
Bruno Spengler will be lining up alongside the pole sitter in second place
Only three hours after his maiden pole position in the DTM, the first victory followed: in a dominant way, BMW driver António Félix da Costa drove from pole position to his first major success in the most popular international touring car series, an undisputed victory.
On the past DTM weekend he added 50 points to his tally – the maximum available in a DTM race meeting
In the event held in late May, Jamie Green and his Audi RS5 DTM proved to be invincible and the Briton took the championship lead. And now, he may demonstrate his skills at his absolute favourite circuit.
In the 2014 Norisring round, he raced in a class of his own: with his Mercedes-Benz, Robert Wickens truly outclassed the entire field
In the end, he crossed the finish-line of the wet race with a 24-second lead, thus underlining his reputation as wet-weather specialist. Behind Wickens, the Audi drivers Jamie Green and Mattias Ekström completed the podium.
When the rain set in, nobody was able to stop old hand Mattias Ekström.
Wehrlein and Di Resta complete the podium
The latest asset to the Mercedes-Benz camp is the French ART Grand Prix squad
In the 2015 DTM season, Mercedes follow the example of their rivals Audi and BMW: just like the Bavarian manufacturers, the Stuttgarters also will contest the battle for the 2015 touring-car racing crown with eight vehicles.