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The FE cynic who had to accept change in his series


DTM boss Gerhard Berger was an ardent detractor of Formula E and was reluctant for his series to embrace greener engine technologies. But this cynic's tune has had to change to ensure the DTM's existence in the future of motorsport read more

What the fallout from Aston's engine split means for 2020


Aston Martin's DTM arrival, via the R-Motorsport outfit, was heralded as a salvation of sorts for the series. After plenty of bumps in the road in 2019, the team finds itself in a similar position to the one it was in 12 months ago. Can it get its act together? read more

Why DTM 2019 desperately needs a flashpoint


The 2019 DTM title fight looked like it would be a thrilling four-way battle for the crown. But that has boiled down to a two-horse race between Audi drivers Rene Rast and Nico Muller, which means the marque must now let them off the leash read more

The "remarkable" debut that proves Aston's DTM intent


HWA and R-Motorsport are the key players in Aston Martin's DTM project, but significant signs at Hockenheim amid a mixed debut suggest the British brand is front and centre of the project read more

Norisring DTM organisers seeking more time to decide race future


The organisers of the Norisring DTM event have requested more time to decide if their event, which is due to be the season-opener, can go ahead as planned in July read more

BMW "honoured" Wickens wants to test one of its DTM cars


BMW motorsport director Jens Marquardt is "honoured" that IndyCar driver Robert Wickens wants to drive one of the marque's DTM cars, although organising a test is not currently possible read more

2009 F1 champion Button expressed interest in DTM - Berger


ITR chairman Gerhard Berger says that 2009 Formula 1 champion Jenson Button was interested in racing in the DTM full-time, but could not as he does not live in Europe read more

Audi poised to expand DTM project to nine entries


Audi is poised to expand its DTM programme to nine entries in 2020 by putting its test car to use, Autosport understands read more

Muller defends title approach after comments from DTM boss Berger


Audi's Nico Muller has defended his approach to the DTM title race, after series boss Gerhard Berger emphasised that threatening championship leader Rene Rast was crucial for Muller's career read more

Timo Glock: Classics BMW drive better than poor 2019 DTM season


Ex-Formula 1 driver Timo Glock says driving in the supporting Tourenwagen Classics at Lausitzring has been the highlight of his season, after another DTM weekend blighted by reliability problems read more

DTM discussing adding Monza to the 2020 calendar


The DTM is in discussions over adding Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix venue Monza to its calendar for the 2020 season read more

Audi considering DTM engine change for Rast, Muller for Nuburgring


Audi is now mulling over whether to introduce new engines for its 2019 DTM challengers Rene Rast and Nico Muller ahead of the Nurburgring round read more

Rast wins at Lausitzring, as Audi takes title in DTM's 500th race


Rene Rast bounced back from a disastrous Lausitzring opener to take victory in race two, after his Audi team-mate and title rival Nico Muller completed a recovery drive to second read more

Lausitz DTM: Audi's Green to start series' 500th race from pole


Jamie Green took his first pole position of the 2019 DTM season at the Lausitzring ahead of the series' 500th race read more

DTM teams face Fuji SUPER GT joint-race driver dilemma


Audi and BMW are expected to decide which of their drivers will take part in the joint-race with SUPER GT by the end of the DTM season read more

Berger: DTM working on options for 2021 series name change


The DTM is still "working" on a name change for the series that is now set to come into effect for 2021, according to series boss Gerhard Berger read more

Aston Martin squad R-Motorsport can't count Dennis's Zolder DTM points


The R-Motorsport Aston Martin squad was not awarded the eight manufacturer points it earned for its best result of the 2019 DTM season in the Zolder finale read more

DTM allowed teams to adjust steering columns afer new engine issues


The DTM allowed teams to make changes to the series' standardised steering-column system at Zolder because vibrations caused by the new breed of Class One engines have impacted reliability read more

Green: Not trying Zolder DTM podium overtake would've been cowardly


Audi's Jamie Green says it would have been "cowardly" not to make his risky Zolder pass on Sheldon van der Linde that secured his first DTM podium in 19 months read more

Wittmann apologises to Frijns for Zolder DTM collision


Marco Wittmann has apologised to Audi's Robin Frijns for the collision that earned him a drivethrough penalty in the second Zolder DTM race read more