Scotsman Paul Di Resta took the German touring car (DTM) championship lead today at Hockenheim, after his third race win in a row. The Mercedes DTM driver, due to move into a full-time F1 seat with Force India in 2011, was able catch and pass pole-sitter Timo Scheider who was joined on the podium by fellow-Audi driver Mike Rockenfeller.
Well this is the best motor racing news we’ve heard in a long time. The return of BMW to the DTM from 2012 is now a reality. The news was confirmed by the company during the DTM race at the Hockenheimring this weekend.
Matt Roberts interviews Susie Stoddart, the darling of the DTM about her future objectives and what it takes to succeed.
Get set for another action-packed race this weekend as the series is joined by five famous German drivers.
BMW announce their return to DTM for 2012.
Audi launches free DTM/Le Mans app, available now to download in the App Store.
Brundle joins his ‘old mucker’ David Coulthard at the DTM Hockenheim race next weekend.
Mercedes show us what the SLS AMG is capable of, what do you think?
Mercedes is throwing a party to celebrate its Motorsport year, and you’re all invited.