DTM: SHOWDOWN

In addition to the Norisring in Nuremberg, the DTM grand finale at the Hockenheimring traditionally attracts the most spectators – especially when the DTM title battle is still undecided. Audi has had enough reason to celebrate at Hockenheim: In 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2017, the title was decided here in favour of the four rings. Last year, René Rast won both races for Audi Sport.

 

Top speed

275

km/h, with DRS

Figures from 2018

Average speed

182

km/h

Average speed

90.5

seconds

WHAT’S ON?

WHAT’S ON?

Series
DTM

When
October 4–6, 2019

Where
Hockenheim, Germany

Season
2019

Round
17 and 18 of 18

Support programme

Formula 3, Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup, t.b.a.

How to watch
Television listings
Live stream
Live streams on YouTube

WITH ITS MIX OF FAST TURNS, SLOW CORNERS AND TOP-SPEED SECTIONS, HOCKENHEIM HAS EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR GRIPPING RACES. IN ADDITION, IT’S A GOOD TRACK FOR OVERTAKING AND A LOT OF FUN IN TERMS OF DRIVING.

Mike Rockenfeller

HOCKENHEIMRING BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG

RACE FACTS

RACE FACTS

The Grand Prix circuit in Hockenheim is a demanding race track with many fast and semi-fast corners in which the car must generate plenty of downforce.

 

In contrast, top speed is of the essence in the long, seemingly never-ending ‘Parabolika’ before the hairpin, where the majority of the overtaking takes place and thrilling slipstreaming is common. The fast first corner after the start-finish line is a challenge.

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