Another all Audi podium means that the DTM manufacturers championship is all tied up for this season with Audi being well ahead with 827 points compared to the 356 points of BMW.
Robin Frijns led from start to finish in this unusual race with three safety car appearances at the Nürburgring Sprint circuit.
The heaviest rainfall at any race of the DTM season so far this year gave us some interesting results leading to our first South African born DTM winner!
Round One of the 5 Nations British Rallycross Season at Lydden Hill in Kent was full of action, excitement and a few celebrity drivers.
The 2007 British Rallycross Champion Ollie O’Donovan and his son Patrick both have their eyes set on their respective titles for the 2020 season which kicks off this weekend.
The rally and rallycross legend talks about his long and accident prone career as well as the future of Lydden Hill Race Circuit and British rallycross as a motorsport.
“I really am excited for the future of rallycross in the hands of these new promoters” Motorsport UK’s boss Hugh Chambers sees great things coming from this new British Rallycross Championship.
The DTM returns this weekend with the first of this season’s double headers starting with The Lausitzring in Germany. The BMW teams are raring to get racing.
DTM fans will be able to enjoy the racing once again at Assen in September with 10,000 tickets available each day for socially distanced grandstand viewing.