DTM home round for Audi Sport Team Phoenix in the Eifel.
The Audi driver crossed the finish line after 74 laps with an advantage of 1.303 seconds over his fellow Audi driver Mattias Ekström.
The podium was the fifth of Farfus’ DTM career and marked the seventh time a BMW driver had been on the podium in the 2013 season.
Two Audi RS 5 DTM cars on front row at Moscow Raceway.
Audi driver Mattias Ekström will be lining up next to Mike Rockenfeller (Audi) in second place on the front row on the grid.
DTM stars were cheered by 100,000 fans in spite of the rainy weather during their demonstration laps in front of the Kremlin and the Basilius Basilica as an impressive backdrop.
Leader of the standings Mike Rockenfeller only on grid position 19.
Audi driver Mike Rockenfeller travels to Nuremberg as leader of the standings while newcomer Jamie Green with best Norisring tally of all drivers. Le Mans record winner Tom Kristensen supports Audi team.
After 52 laps, the 2005 DTM champion, Gary Paffett, crossed the finish line as the buoyant winner.
Gripping DTM race at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, Mike Rockenfeller from grid position 13 to fourth place, as Mattias Ekström from position 15 to fifth
Not only did Audi's Mike Rockenfeller take the DTM victory on the Brands Hatch circuit but he also is the new series points leader.
Special note: The qualifying winning driver was excluded which handed Audi's Mike Rockenfeller the pole.
Pole winner's BMW M3 failed post-qualifying technical inspection! Audi driver Mike Rockenfeller inherits pole.