Counting down the top moments of 2013, the loss of Speed Channel was chased at the #2 top moment of the year gone by.
The DTM rights holder turns 75 this Saturday (28th December).
James Moffat, the driver of the #360 Norton Nissan Altima in the V8 Supercars Championship, will compete with a Nissan 370Z Nismo in the endurance event at Dubai.
The Erebus-owned Holden Ute will be campaigned by a yet to be named driver.
For the first time ever, Citroën will be competing simultaneously in two FIA World Championships, with Rally Cars (WRC) and Touring Cars (WTCC).
Citroen Racing have come a long way since it officially announced it would be taking part in the World Touring Car Championship earlier this year, on 19 July!
Dieter Gass, Head of DTM: Dream team is retained for DTM; Green-yellow Audi RS 5 DTM designated as car number one
The news signals the start of another new era for David Bartrum’s illustrious outfit.
The team finished the season in 10th placing on the Team’s Championship Standings based on the results of the #4 and #9 cars.
Holdsworth finished 13th and placed his #4 IRWIN Racing Mercedes-Benz AMG E63 V8 Supercar from Erebus Motorsport in 20th place in the standings in its debut season.
Jason Bright came home 2nd after a stoic drive against returned champion Jamie Whincup.
Kelly brought home his Jack Daniel’s Racing Altima in 18th place in Sydney.