A GLANCE AT THE DTM RACE CALENDAR.
Seven countries, ten racetracks, 100% turbo power.
The DTM travels to seven countries – and the most popular German touring car series is making its debut at three racetracks. As well as the iconic circuit in Monza, the series also travels to Sweden for the first time in 2020 and returns to Russia, where the brand-new Igora Drive circuit on the outskirts of St. Petersburg hosts races five and six of the season. For the first time for 26 years, the DTM season does not kick off at Hockenheim, but at the iconic racetrack of Zolder. Other highlights include races on the tight Norisring and close to the ‘Green Hell’ at the Nürburgring. As it did last year, the DTM also travels to the Lausitzring, Brands Hatch and Assen. In keeping with tradition, the 2020 champion will be crowned and presented with the trophy at the grand finale at Hockenheim.
- Igora Drive.
Essential information on Zolder.
Fast facts about the Circuit Zolder.
Essential information on the Lausitzring.
Fast facts about the Lausitzring.
Essential information on Igora Drive.
Fast facts about the Igora Drive.
Essential information on Anderstorp.
Fast facts about the Scandinavian Raceway.
- Brands Hatch.
Essential information on Monza.
Fast facts about the ‘Autodromo Nazionale Monza’.
Essential information on the Norisring.
Fast facts about the Norisring.
Essential information on Brands Hatch.
Fast facts about Brands Hatch.