It's been a busy time for all the Audi DTM drivers, as Edoardo Mortara, who won the first race in the DTM series for the luxury car manufacturer in Spielburg, received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree certificate yesterday from the Institute of Finance and Management in Geneva. He also hopes to get his master's degree by next summer.

Motara also made an appearance at the Kieler Woche sailing event on Friday, before receiving his degree, with fellow works DTM driver, Spain's Miguel Molina, who along with his race engineer, Laurent Fedacou, having the honour of taking part in the “Silbernes Band” long-distance regatta aboard the Audi TP52 yacht the day before.

2010 Le Mans winner and current Audi Sport Team Phoenix DTM driver, Mike Rockenfeller, will be making a slight detour on his way to the Norisring this coming Thursday, as he, along with Team Phoenix's manager, Ernst Moser, will be paying a visit to Schaeffler, which is heavily involved in the automotive, aerospace and industrial industries. “Rocky” will be given a tour of the site itself, and will meet and greet the workforce and sign autographs.

One of the two female racers in the DTM, Audi's Rahal Frey will be taking part in the DTM press conference in Nuremburg this coming Tuesday, before making an editorial piece about the famed Franconian city itself, before the three manufacturers, Audi, BMW and Mercedes Benz, once again take to the track, with all teams gunning for glory, as the fifth round of the DTM season gets underway, with race day next Sunday.