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VICTORY FOR BMW.

Timo Glock wins for BMW at Hockenheim.

Victory for BMW.Timo Glock wins for BMW at Hockenheim.

QUICK FACTS. DTM HOCKENHEIM I.

  • 01 Sunday: Timo Glock defeats Gary Paffett in a spectacular duel and celebrates his fifth DTM win.
  • 02 Sunday: Joel Eriksson finishes fourth in the second race of his DTM career, only narrowly missing out on his first podium.
  • 03 Saturday: Glock picks up a total of 16 points in the driver’s standings for finishing third in both qualifying and the race.
  • 04 Saturday: Bruno Spengler also finishes in the top ten, in sixth place.

Saturday highlights.

Here you can watch some highlights of Saturday's race day.

SATURDAY.

Podium for BMW driver Glock.

The BMW M Motorsport weekend got underway with a podium. At the DTM season opener at Hockenheim, Timo Glock in the DEUTSCHE POST BMW M4 DTM, finished in third place on the podium. Bruno Spengler also picked up points, finishing sixth in the BMW Bank M4 DTM. Marco Wittmann had to make do with eleventh place after starting from second on the grid in the BMW Driving Experience M4 DTM. Right behind him was Joel Eriksson, who finished twelfth in his maiden DTM race. The second DTM rookie Philipp Eng (SAMSUNG BMW M4 DTM) crossed the finish line in 16th place, right behind Augusto Farfus (Shell BMW M4 DTM). The win went to Gary Paffett (Mercedes).

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It was a fantastic start to the season for fans and spectators.
Rudolf Dittrich, BMW Motorsport

Highlights vom Samstag.

Sehen Sie hier die Höhepunkte des Samstagsrennens in der Videozusammenfassung.

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SUNDAY.

Timo Glock wins for BMW at Hockenheim

BMW Team RMG’s Timo Glock won the second race of the DTM season at Hockenheim and has taken the lead in the drivers’ standings with 44 points. During the second half of the most exciting DTM race race in recent history, he was embroiled in a spectacular duel for the win in his DEUTSCHE POST BMW M4 DTM with Gary Paffett (Mercedes). The two experienced drivers fought wheel-to-wheel time and again, with the lead changing hands many times. Glock retained the upper-hand and celebrated the fifth win of his DTM career and 78th win for BMW after 36 laps. The 36-year-old had secured his fifth DTM pole position in qualifying.
 

Joel Eriksson (BMW M4 DTM) picked up his first point for qualifying in third place at his first DTM race weekend, and finished fourth after a strong race. Bruno Spengler delivered a strong recovery drive from the back of the grid in his BMW Bank M4 DTM and crossed the finish line in eighth place. Augusto Farfus (Shell BMW M4 DTM) finished tenth ahead of Marco Wittmann (BMW Driving Experience M4 DTM). Philipp Eng (SAMSUNG BMW M4 DTM) finished his second DTM race in 14th place.

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That was the coolest race of my life. I’m still lost for words.
Timo Glock, BMW Team RMG