The 2018 DTM season is entering the finishing straight for BMW M Motorsport and the BMW DTM teams: this weekend, the Red Bull Ring near Spielberg hosts the penultimate event of the year. BMW M Motorsport is set to reach another big milestone. Saturday’s race will be BMW’s 300th in the history of the DTM. BMW fielded works teams in the DTM between 1984 and 1992. The manufacturer then returned to the series in 2012, since when it has contested 100 races in the new DTM. The Red Bull Ring, nestled in the picturesque Styrian landscape, has been a happy stomping ground for BMW in recent years. The nine races the BMW DTM teams have contested there so far have yielded four victories and ten podiums in total. Among the most memorable successes in Austria are the one-two-three in 2013 and the top-four lock-out in 2014. This season, the BMW DTM drivers have won four races and picked up a total of 14 podium results. The most recent of these came at the Nürburgring, courtesy of second place for Bruno Spengler in Saturday’s race and third place for Marco Wittmann in race two on Sunday.