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DTM Budapest 2017

The DTM in its particular form is unique. It is the only racing series in the world that is exclusively dedicated to factory-backed teams. Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz are fielding a total of 18 cars – each car represents state-of-the-art technology and, as a result, is theoretically in contention for winning. Audi is defending Champion in the Manufacturers' and Teams' Championships and has won 20 from 36 DTM races in the last two years.

Recent Press Releases

  • 08/19/17

    DTM Zandvoort: Audi barely misses podium

    In the first of the two DTM races at Zandvoort in the Netherlands, Audi, in positions four and five, just barely missed the podium. In spite of these results, two Audi campaigners, René Rast (Audi Sport Team Rosberg) and Mattias Ekström (Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline), continue to head the standings.
  • 08/14/17

    DTM: Audi travels to Zandvoort with one-two lead

    The DTM is returning from its summer break with an absolute highlight this weekend. The touring cars delivering more than 500 hp are going to race at Circuit Zandvoort on August 19/20. The track in the dunes on the Dutch North Sea coast is regarded as the most challenging one on the DTM calendar. Audi has celebrated nine victories there to date.
  • 07/23/17

    DTM Moscow: Audi quotes

    Following two spectacular races at Moscow Raceway, Audi continues heading all three DTM classifications. Quotes after the visit to Russia.
  • 07/23/17

    Thriller in Moscow: Audi driver Ekström in front again

    With a spectacular comeback drive Audi campaigner Mattias Ekström (Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline) has recaptured the lead in the DTM. Following the turbulent first race of the second half of the season, three Audi drivers are now ranking in the top four spots of the overall classification.
  • 07/22/17

    Rast in front of “Rocky”: Audi with one-two win in Moscow

    A rookie has sensationally become the DTM’s “mid-point champion.” With a lights-to-flag victory Audi driver René Rast recaptured the lead of the standings in the first of the two DTM races at Moscow Raceway in Russia. In spite of a broken foot, Mike Rockenfeller perfected an Audi one-two win.

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