The BMW M1 will also trigger memories of spectacular motor sport success for the brand as it returns to the track as the touring car’s “race taxi” partner.
Fantastic appearance in the BMW Welt.
Driver/team pairings for 2013 announced by BMW to take on the challenge of earning their second-consecutive championship this year.
Your choice for the best story of our Top 20 Moments of 2012 was not a surprise due to the admiration and respect many have for the Italian champion.
The most important changers in the regulations for 2013: DRS, Option tires, Pit stop window, Qualifying, and Parc fermé.
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.
All set for BMW second year in the popular touring car series, following the brand’s successful return after an absence of 20 years.
After 52 laps, the 2005 DTM champion, Gary Paffett, crossed the finish line as the buoyant winner.
Augusto Farfus and Marco Wittmann on the front row of the grid in the Eifel.
Timo Glock gets his first taste of racing a DTM car in Valencia with BMW.
Farfus second to complete successful qualifying for BMW.
Pole winner's BMW M3 failed post-qualifying technical inspection! Audi driver Mike Rockenfeller inherits pole.
Audi driver Mattias Ekström will be lining up next to Mike Rockenfeller (Audi) in second place on the front row on the grid.
Best qualifying result of the year for Andy Priaulx.
BMW drivers and teams are ready for the round of the 2013 DTM season.
Bruno Spengler and Joye Hand also make top ten.
Canadian racer Robert Wickens grabbed his first DTM pole at the Norisring in his Mercedes-Benz. Reining series champion Bruno Spengler slots alongside his fellow countryman in his BMW.
This was the BMW Team RBM driver’s second DTM victory, following his triumph in Valencia (ES) in 2012.
With his BMW M3 DTM, the reigning DTM champion completed his lap in the decisive fourth qualifying heat in 1:20.140 minutes.
BMW is just eight points behind Audi in the Manufacturers’ Championship.
The Nürburgring has been a permanent fixture on the DTM calendar since 1984.
Martin Tomczyk driver of car number 15, BMW Team RMG lost his pole position; however Augusto Farfus moved up to the front row.