BMW revives the 3 series in BTCC

The 3 series model will compete for the BTCC title once again, with three cars being run by WSR in 2019. Colin Turkington, Tom Oliphant and Andrew Jordan will drive the 330i saloon next season. The cars will be powered by 2.0 litre turbocharged engines, tuned by Neil Brown, the same engine that saw Turkington... Continue Reading →

Paffett is DTM world champion 2018!

Gary Paffett finished third in the final race of the season in Hockenheim to secure the world title for Mercedes. The British driver qualified third on the grid, with Audi rival René Rast just ahead, but both behind Wittmann. An early move from Rast put him in the lead, but it was Paffett's to lose.... Continue Reading →

WRT join DTM with Audi

Audi Sport announced officially earlier today that W Racing Team (WRT) would join the DTM series for 2019. WRT, mostly known for GT and TCR racing will join as a customer team, entering two new Audi RS5s. “Together with the ITR, we have been working hard over the past few months to reopen the DTM... Continue Reading →

Aston Martin join DTM for 2019

Aston Martin will be the new marque to join the DTM championship next year through Team R-Motorsport, it was revealed today. With Mercedes leaving the series at the end of the year, it was looking like DTM might be less competitive with just two manufacturers, but British sports car brand Aston Martin will join the... Continue Reading →

DTM: Brits on top at Brands Hatch

What a dream return return to the UK it was for Mercedes' British drivers Paul Di Resta and Gary Paffett, finishing first and second respectively, followed by Audi's René Rast in third. After Daniel Juncandella's maiden win on Saturday, Di Resta topped the standings on Sunday. He put his stamp on the race from the... Continue Reading →

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