Motorsport fans should note May 4, 2014 in their calendars, when the DTM starts its new season. Book your tickets now!
Audi contested its tenth DTM season since commencing its factory programme in the popular touring car series in 2004. The results are impressive: overall victory in the Drivers’ Championship went to Ingolstadt six times. Unique in the DTM so far is the title hat trick in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Audi even won two titles in 2013. After Mike Rockenfeller wrapped up the title at the penultimate race for the first time in his seventh DTM season, Audi Sport Team Phoenix added a second by clinching first place in the teams’ classification at the season finale at Hockenheim. Mike Rockenfeller scored two race wins in 2013 (Brands Hatch and Moscow) and three second places. The 2010 Le Mans winner finished nine of the ten races in the points. No other DTM driver managed this in 2013.
The DTM calendar is comprised of ten events again in 2014. As usual, six of them are held on the familiar German race tracks. Following the successful debut in Russia, the DTM returns to the Moscow Raceway venue again in the new season. Returning to the DTM programme in 2014 are races in Hungary and China. To accommodate these, the events at Brands Hatch and Zandvoort were dropped. The DTM stops at the Hungaroring near Budapest for the second time after 1988. China played host to the DTM already in 2004 and 2010.
|The 2014 DTM calendar|
|May 4||Hockenheim (D)
|May 18||Oschersleben (D)|
|June 1||Budapest (H)*|
|June 29||Norisring (D)|
|July 13||Moscow (RUS)|
|August 3||Spielberg (A)|
|September 14||Lausitzring (D)*|
|September 28||China (venue TBC)|
|* Subject to contractual agreement with the organiser|
|** Subject to confirmation of the date|
Exclusive moments in the DTM season 2014.
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