It was the dawning of a brand new start for the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterchaft in 2012, as three premium German manufacturers that are known throughout the racing world went head…
The DMSB may have frozen the current technical specifications on the DTM cars for next season, but it will not stop the likes of Audi Sport trying to maximize the…
It was only a matter of time before a “Rookie” from one of the three brands would be able to secure Pole Position for the penultimate race of the season,…
Cooler and changeable conditions await all the works Audi drivers, who will compete this coming weekend in the new Audi A5 DTM for the first time at the Zandvoort circuit, after a blazing hot battle in the sunshine covering the Eifel Mountains. The Audi Sport squad made a huge impact at the Nurburgring on Sunday after a welcome return to racing after the summer break, with Team Rosberg’s Edoardo Mortara finishing just over six seconds behind BMW’s Bruno Spengler.
The celebrations at the famed Nurburgring for BMW’s “40 Years of M” were completed in emphatic fashion, as BMW Team Schnitzer’s Bruno Spengler led from lights out to chequered flag. The 29-year-old Franco-Canadian had a faultless race for the 49 laps, with no real challenger in site, which was reminiscent of his first win for the brand earlier this season at Lausitzring.
In what has provided another twist in the tale for this year’s title fight, Canada’s Bruno Spengler led the 51-lap race at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben from start to finish, showing that the Munich manufacturer have more in the tank, as the race for the title hots up with just two races to go.