Tradition meets the modern day: The classic BMW M colours will once again be represented in the 2018 DTM – albeit in a completely new BMW M Motorsport design. The BMW Driving Experience M4 DTM will be driven by two-time DTM champion Marco Wittmann (GER) this season. Light blue, dark blue and red have always … Continue reading → ...
You shouldn’t hesitate as the early birds who are among the first to book tickets for the coming season can win one of ten attractive prizes money can’t buy.
DTM enthusiasts watch out: The DTM advance booking begins on Friday, 16th February. From 10:00hrs CET, tickets for the race meetings of the popular touring-car series can be ordered via the well-known distribution channels. The season will be kicked off at the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg from 04th to 06th May.
Mattias Ekström retires from DTM for good. Last Monday in Salzburg, after 17 successful years on the grid of the popular touring-car series, the Swede publicly announced his decision in a press conference. A decision that is particularly regretted by the other long-term DTM drivers. DTM.com visited the paddock and asked other drivers for statements.
Last weekend, seven DTM drivers contested the season opener of the American IMSA series – with different results. While Loïc Duval, Paul Di Resta and Mike Rockenfeller secured very good results, the others – particularly reigning DTM Champion René Rast – had to cope with major doses of bad luck, in the legendary endurance race.
Just six months separate the 2017 DTM season finale in Hockenheim (GER) in October and the 2018 opener at the same track in May. It might sound like a long break, but the six BMW DTM drivers don’t get bored during that time. They have an extensive programme even during the DTM break. The drivers … Continue reading → ...
Quick on the track and yet very pleasant at the same time, that’s how people in the DTM see Tyrolean all-rounder, Lucas Auer. In a two-part interview, we present the man behind the racing driver. In Part 1, Lucas talks about... ...
BMW works driver Philipp Eng (AUT) joins Joel Eriksson (SWE) as one of two newcomers in BMW’s driver line-up for the 2018 DTM season. In addition to this milestone in his motorsport career, Eng will also race at the wheel of the BMW M8 GTE and the BMW M6 GT3 next year.
At 19 years of age, FIA Formula 3 European Championship runner-up Eriksson becomes the youngest works driver on BMW's roster.
BMW Motorsport has set its course for the 2018 season. At the traditional Season Review event in Munich (GER), BMW Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt (GER) presented the extensive programme, as well as the drivers and teams involved. Next year’s activities range from the return to Le Mans (FRA) in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC)
NEW CHALLENGE FOR MAXIME MARTIN: BMW MOTORSPORT WISHES LONG-STANDING WORKS DRIVER ALL THE BEST FOR THE FUTURE
Maxime Martin (BEL) will take on a new motor racing challenge in 2018, and will no longer take to the track in BMW Motorsport colours. The 31-year-old contested his first year as a BMW works driver in 2013, since when he has impressed in many ways, above all through his versatility.
Robert Wickens is leaving the DTM and will debut in the IndyCar series next year
From Canada to the wider world of motorsport: Robert Wickens has a long and arduous journey behind him. In a four-part interview series, we take a look at the man behind the racing driver. In this fourth and final part, Robert talks about... ...
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