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Nico Müller is the most experienced DTM driver within the ABT team, nevertheless, the Swiss and his DTM teammate Robin Frijns formed the youngest Audi factory driver combination on the DTM grid in 2019. A charming accent and a winning smile off track and an easy-going driving style on track – after six seasons, Nico Müller has become fully established in the DTM, both as a person and a racer. Particularly in his debut year of 2014 he surprised by delivering a couple of top times in qualifying sessions. Nico Müller celebrated his first DTM win in 2016: At the home race of Audi at the Norisring, he won the second race of the weekend. In recent years, Müller scored more podium finishes in the DTM and also proved his versatility by taking part in races in the FIA World Rallycross Championship and in GT3 competition with the Audi R8 LMS. The Swiss was also the official test and development driver for the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team in Formula E, setting best times during testing. In 2019, the beginning of the new turbo era in the DTM saw Müller enjoying his best season to date. He won two races and was in title winning contention – ultimately finishing as the runner-up in the drivers’ championship. 

Nico Müller


Date of birth: February 25, 1992
Place of birth: Thun (Switzerland)
Place of residence: Blumenstein (Switzerland)
Marital status: single
Height/Weight: 1.85 m/74 kg

Career highlights:
3rd place GP3 Series 2010
5th place World Series by Renault 3.5 2013
1st place 24h Nürburgring 2015
2nd place DTM 2019



Audi RS 5 DTM on the racetrack
Nico Müller in the garage
Nico Müller mit dem Audi RS 5 DTM


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