The three manufacturers of the 2018 DTM Series, return to take together for one last time.
Four drivers announced by BMW Motorsport for upcoming DTM Rookie tests at Jerez.
Former WTCC stars, Augusto Farfus and Nicky Catsburg, shall return to the top level of touring car racing after signing with Hyundai for the 2019 season.
In the final race for Team Schnitzer team principal Charly Lamm, it was his driver Augusto Farfus who claimed World Cup victory at Macau.
After taking the lead the opening lap, there was no looking back for the BMW racer, he’ll line up on Pole tomorrow.
Raffaele Marciello beat Augusto Farfus in a final lap sprint for pole position around the Guia Circuit.
After seven years in the DTM, Augusto Farfus is to leave the series to focus on GT racing.
Keeping up a trend they have had since the 6 Hours of Silverstone in August, Ginetta have once again taken their sole LMP1 car off the entry list for next month’s 6 Hours of Shanghai.
Marco Wittmann will start the final DTM Series race of 2018 from pole position with René Rast starting in second and Gary Paffett in third.
Lucas Auer will start from pole position in the penultimate race of the 2018 season, ahead of Gary Paffett and René Rast.
Joel Eriksson was quickest in Saturday morning practice ahead of Augusto Farfus and Gary Paffett, with the top three separated by just three thousandths of a second.
Rene Rast has made history by claiming the maximum points haul in a DTM weekend at the Nurburgring
René Rast took his second pole position of the weekend at the Nurburgring
Mike Rockenfeller continues Audi’s strong vein of form at the Nurburgring by going fastest in final practice
Rene Rast brilliantly wins the opening race of the weekend at the Nurburgring after fending off a fast-charging Bruno Spengler in the last laps of the race