BMW is just eight points behind Audi in the Manufacturers’ Championship.
BMW is also just eight points behind Audi in the Manufacturers’ Championship.
BMW Motorsport is focussing on the Manufacturers’ and Team titles.
In the penultimate round of the season at the dune circuit on the North Sea coast, second place for the 29-year old Mike Rockenfeller was enough.
Farfus second to complete successful qualifying for BMW.
The DTM is rapidly approaching the climax of the 2013 season as it heads to Zandvoort for the ninth of ten race weekends.
Reigning DTM champion Bruno Spengler (BMW), Christian Vietoris and Robert Wickens (both Mercedes-Benz) all finished the race without scoring points.
Augusto Farfus (BR) claimed his second DTM win of the season in Oschersleben and climbed to second place in the Drivers’ Championship.
Spengler relegated five places from pole position.
With his BMW M3 DTM, the reigning DTM champion completed his lap in the decisive fourth qualifying heat in 1:20.140 minutes.
Martin Tomczyk bags his first points of the season.
Augusto Farfus and Marco Wittmann on the front row of the grid in the Eifel.
The Nürburgring has been a permanent fixture on the DTM calendar since 1984.
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.
The fourth and decisive qualifying session had to be cancelled, because of this, the result of the third qualifying session was used as the basis for assigning grid positions.
Best qualifying result of the year for Andy Priaulx.