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Alex Zanardi says competing for BMW in the SUPER GT x DTM Dream Race at Fuji Speedway was "very valuable" for his preparations for the 2020 Paralympic Games.
Sheldon van der Linde took a first DTM pole position for the Zolder finale after a late red flag caused by R-Motorsport Aston Martin driver Paul di Resta.
Marco Wittmann beat title rivals Rene Rast and Gary Paffett to pole position for the final DTM race of the season at Hockenheim.
DTM drivers have called for the Hungaroring pitlane to be resurfaced following a chaotic race on Sunday, which featured three separate pitlane incidents.
Ahead of the start of the new DTM season, check out the liveries that have been revealed by Audi, Mercedes and BMW for the 2017 campaign.
Top-four lock-out again for BMW on Sunday in Oschersleben.
Tomczyk and Félix da Costa also in the points.
Remaining BMW drivers poised to pounce at DTM finale
The battle is still raging at the top of the Manufacturers’ Championship.
Tomczyk and Hand also qualify in the top ten for BMW
Only one driver had previously managed to secure the title three races before the end of the season back in 2001.
The race at the 3.478-kilometre circuit could actually determine the winner of this year’s Drivers’ Championship.
Martin and Tomczyk also in the points.
DTM action at home away from home
Wittmann wins, ahead of Farfus, Glock and Tomczyk, to extend his lead.
Sights set on clinching first win of the season at Spielberg (Austria).
Bruno Spengler completes first one-two of 2014 for BMW
Joey Hand also in the points for BMW.
On 29th June, the BMW drivers will do battle for points and places at the iconic street race in Nürnberg (DE).
Bruno Spengler third after impressive comeback.
Marco Wittmann (DE) claimed pole position in the Ice-Watch BMW M4 DTM in qualifying for the third race of the season.
Martin Tomczyk also in the points.
Wittmann clocked a fastest time of 1:20.516 minutes – 0.509 seconds slower than Audi’s Miguel Molina, who starts Sunday’s race from pole.
After the 60th win for BMW in the DTM and an impressive overall result in Hockenheim, it is now the turn of the “Motorsport Arena Oschersleben".
On 11th March 1984, over 30 years ago, it was Harald Grohs (DE) at the wheel of the BMW 635 CSi who won the very first race in the history of the DTM for BMW in Zolder.
Three BMW M4 DTMs ended the first qualifying of the year in Hockenheim (DE) in the top four.
All eight BMW DTM drivers spent time on the 4.574-kilometre track over the course of the final test before the opening showdown.
All eight BMW DTM drivers were in action at the circuit, and notched up a good 8,000 kilometres with their four BMW M4 DTMs.
Red Bull is also on board as a new Premium Partner of BMW Motorsport.
Three of last year’s four driver/car pairings remain unchanged.
Four teams and eight drivers will compete for BMW in the popular touring car series and have their sights set on winning races and titles with the new BMW M4 DTM.
Former Formula One driver Glock presented BMW Team MTEK with its maiden victory in only the team’s tenth race in the DTM.
BMW is just eight points behind Audi in the Manufacturers’ Championship.
BMW is also just eight points behind Audi in the Manufacturers’ Championship.
“There are still two titles up for grabs in Hockenheim”
BMW Motorsport is focussing on the Manufacturers’ and Team titles.
Farfus second to complete successful qualifying for BMW.