The inaugural season of the DTM Trophy drew to a close with another podium for the BMW M4 GT4. Ben Tuck of Walkenhorst Motorsport came home second to earn a spot on the podium in Sunday’s race at the finale at Hockenheim. Tuck was also the best-placed BMW driver in race one on Saturday, finishing fifth. Luke Wankmüller was sixth and ninth in the FK Performance BMW M4 GT4. Max Koebolt (Walkenhorst Motorsport) also claimed top ten finishes in the two hard-fought races at the Hockenheimring. He came home ninth and eighth. Tuck ended the twelve-race season on the overall podium, third in the Drivers’ Championship. Behind him, in fourth place, was Ben Green from the FK Performance team, who also won the Junior competition. Green, whose BMW M4 GT4 sported Chan Wen Bin’s winning design from the BMW M4 GT4 livery contest at Hockenheim, was unfortunate at the finale and failed to finish both races.