CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

The DTM is unique: it is the only race series in the world wherein only factory teams take part. A total of eighteen cars were entered in 2018 by Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz – each state-of-the-art and capable of clinching victory.

Races

20

in six countries

Drivers for Audi

6

Teams for Audi

3

DTM – RACE CALENDAR 2018

Two races – one on Saturday and Sunday – this was once again the format for every DTM weekend in 2018. The calendar included a total of ten race weekends: Five events in Germany and one each in Hungary, the Netherlands and Austria. Two new additions rounded out the list of destinations, namely a return to Brands Hatch in Great Britain and the debut of the DTM at Misano in Italy.
Race Date/Best result Article/Results
Hockenheim    
Hockenheim – Race 1 René Rast – 9th place Download results
Hockenheim – Race 2 Mike Rockenfeller – 2nd place Download results
Lausitzring    
Lausitzring – Race 1 Mike Rockenfeller – 11th place Download results
Lausitzring – Race 2 Jamie Green – 6th place Download results

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Race Date/Best result Article/Results
Hockenheim    
Hockenheim – Race 1 René Rast – 9th place Download results
Hockenheim – Race 2 Mike Rockenfeller – 2nd place Download results
Lausitzring    
Lausitzring – Race 1 Mike Rockenfeller – 11th place Download results
Lausitzring – Race 2 Jamie Green – 6th place Download results
Budapest    
Budapest – Race 1 Nico Müller – 3rd place Download results
Budapest – Race 2 Mike Rockenfeller – 4th place Download results
Norisring    
Norisring – Race 1 Jamie Green – 11th place Download results
Norisring – Race 2 Nico Müller – 7th place Download results
Zandvoort    
Zandvoort – Race 1 Robin Frijns – 5th place Download results
Zandvoort – Race 2 René Rast – 1st place Download results
Brands Hatch    
Brands Hatch – Race 1 René Rast – 4th place Download results
Brands Hatch – Race 2 René Rast – 3rd place Download results
Misano    
Misano – Race 1 Robin Frijns – 2nd place Download results
Misano – Race 2 René Rast – 3rd place Download results
Nürburgring    
Nürburgring – Race 1 René Rast – 1st place Download results
Nürburgring – Race 2 René Rast – 1st place Download results
Spielberg    
Spielberg – Race 1 René Rast – 1st place Download results
Spielberg – Race 2 René Rast – 1st place Download results
Finale Hockenheim    
Finale Hockenheim – Race 1 René Rast – 1st place Download results
Finale Hockenheim – Race 2 René Rast – 1st place Download results

SIX DRIVERS, THREE TEAMS, ONE GOAL

Six drivers and three Audi Sport Teams (Abt Sportsline, Phoenix and Rosberg) took part for Audi in the 2018 DTM season – including the 2017 champion, German René Rast, who scored the sensational title in 2017, his first full DTM season with the Audi RS 5 DTM. New to the driver line-up this year was Dutchman Robin Frijns.
Audi RS 5 DTM

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Audi RS 5 DTM

The 2018 version of the Audi RS 5 DTM incorporates the newest innovations from the 2018 DTM season.

The drivers: Six of the best

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The drivers: Six of the best

The brand with the four rings filled the cockpits of its six Audi RS 5 DTM cars with highly talented drivers, who drove in pairs for Audi Sport Teams Abt Sportsline, Team Phoenix and Team Rosberg.

The teams: Experience times three

The teams: Experience times three

The three proven Audi Sport teams Abt Sportsline, Phoenix and Rosberg were once again tasked to field the Audi RS 5 DTM cars in the 2018 season.

GET TO KNOW AUDI AND THE DTM

Fascinating touring cars, professional factory race drivers and very close racing are just some of the highlights of the DTM.

DTM – BEHIND THE SCENES

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Logistics

DTM

Logistics

Audi Sport is constantly moving at high revs, even between DTM races. Just who and what is behind this logistical marathon? Let’s use Audi Sport Team Phoenix as an example.

AUDI RACING IN YOUR COUNTRY

AUDI RACING IN YOUR COUNTRY

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