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DTM: Champion Tomczyk moves to BMW Nov 23, 2011
As they prepare to make their return to DTM, BMW have added newly crowned DTM champion Martin Tomczyk to the line up for their works team for the 2012 DTM season.
The 2011 DTM season is over – and it's been another successful one for Mattias Ekström, who finished second in the overall standings. Find out what's next for Mattias in his latest blog...
Mattias Ekstrom Blog | Second, third, whatever | DTM Oct 15, 2011
With the 2011 DTM season drawing to a close, Mattias spends his week off behind the wheel ahead of the season end at Hockenheim this month...
Mattias Ekstrom Blog | Audi on Top | DTM Oct 8, 2011
Mattias maintained his excellent DTM form in the Red Bull Audi A4 DTM with victory from pole position at Valencia's Circuit Ricardo Tormo...
Mattias Ekström triumphs in Valencia but it's Martin Tomczyk who'll be happiest this evening
- Lausitz, Germany
- MAY 6, 2012 at 12:00 AM
- MAY 6, 2012 at 11:59 PM
- 11 races, 5 countries, 1 winner! The 2012 DTM season is now in full swing as the most popular touring car series in the world makes its way to Brandenburg’s Lower Lausitz region. Located near Klettwitz in the state of Brandenburg in Eastern Germany, the Speedway is close to the borders of both Poland and the Czech Republic and since 2007 the DTM circuit features a better overtaking opportunity, thanks to the re-design of turn one. Like all modern tracks, the EuroSpeedway was built to the highest possible safety standards. However, in its first year of operation there were three serious accidents at the track. On April 26, 2001 former Formula One driver Michele Alboreto was killed while testing an Audi R8 Le Mans Prototype race car. On May 3 of the same year an inexperienced track marshal was killed when he was hit by a touring car during a test session. Finally, on September 15, 2001 Alex Zanardi, the very popular 2-time champion of the American CART series lost both his legs in an accident on the track's oval.