Reactions to a third competition of a 2016 DTM season.

Posted on 22. May, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Spielberg (AT), 21st May 2016. Marco Wittmann (DE) and Tom Blomqvist
(GB) distinguished a one-two outcome for BMW in Spielberg (AT) in the
third competition of a DTM season. In serve to a dual drivers, a
serve 4 BMW drivers finished in a points. Timo Glock (DE),
Martin Tomczyk (DE), Maxime Martin (BE) and Augusto Farfus (BR)
finished fourth, fifth, sixth and ninth.

Read here what BMW Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt, BMW Team RMG
group principal Stefan Reinhold and a 8 BMW DTM drivers had to
contend after a race.

Jens Marquardt (BMW Motorsport Director): “Thank you
unequivocally many for this illusory belated birthday present. It was an
glorious group opening by BMW, we am unapproachable of a guys. After we
put in a unequivocally good opening in qualifying, we were also means to
grasp a glorious outcome in a race. we am unequivocally unapproachable of Marco and Tom,
who brought a one-two outcome home, notwithstanding Edoardo Mortara keeping
adult a vigour right down to a final lap. And a guys behind them
also gathering a illusory race. That was by no means as easy as it might
have looked.”

Stefan Reinhold (Team Principal BMW Team RMG): “After
a formidable opening weekend, we worked tough to broach a better
opening here. Naturally we wanted to uncover that we go during the
top. The whole group did a super job. Everything went good currently – with
both drivers. Marco was once again ‘mega’ during a top. Now we will go
on a conflict for a second time here in Spielberg tomorrow.”

Marco Wittmann (BMW Team RMG, 1st place): “The Red
Bull Ring seems to fit me unequivocally well. It unequivocally does provide me well.
With a stick position and a good start, we laid a substructure for
a win. Nevertheless, it was not easy to say a lead given my
rivals were means to use a DRS. I’m unequivocally happy that it was adequate to
get a win – utterly for a team. They warranted this success.”

Tom Blomqvist (BMW Team RBM, 2nd place): “It is
illusory to be on a lectern so early in a season. Our vehicle has been
impossibly quick so distant this weekend. We finished adult removing a outcome we
deserved, and altogether things went good for BMW too. we am happy – and
naturally we will go on a conflict again tomorrow.”

Timo Glock (BMW Team RMG, 4th place): “The competition was
okay. we had a good start, though after a few laps we beheld that the
change wasn’t perfect. we shop-worn a front splitter somewhat during
qualifying. we think that was a reason. This meant that we wasn’t
utterly means to keep adult with a gait during a front. Nevertheless, we are
satisfied. Congratulations to Marco, BMW Team RMG and BMW. That is a
illusory result.”

Martin Tomczyk (BMW Team Schnitzer, 5th place): “I am
unequivocally happy. Going into a race, we pronounced fifth place was a realistic
goal. Which is what we achieved. My start was a determining factor, and
a initial path was also good. Then we only gathering my competition behind Timo.
Thanks go to my team, given we worked prolonged and tough to get such a good car.”

Maxime Martin (BMW Team RBM, 6th place): “It was a
good race. It was unequivocally tighten during a start and my vehicle was slightly
damaged. Despite that, things went unequivocally good afterwards. It is
always a good feeling to collect adult points.”

Augusto Farfus (BMW Team MTEK, 9th place): “I am
happy that we got a vehicle to a finish line total today. We couldn’t
have finished any improved than ninth place. The critical thing is that we
picked adult points. Now we need to go brazen step by step.”

Bruno Spengler (BMW Team MTEK, 13th place): “Firstly,
I’d like to honour Marco and Tom on a one-two result. That is
a marvellous outcome for BMW. Our problem currently was really the
subordinate pace. We only didn’t have a right pace. And afterwards when you
start so distant down a field, it is formidable in a DTM. Now a focus
is on improving a vehicle for subordinate tomorrow.”

António Félix da Costa (BMW Team Schnitzer, 22nd place):
“The weekend started with seventh place in qualifying. Then
my chastisement meant that we started a competition from tenth. Everything looked
to be going good until we was awarded another penalty. we don’t really
determine with it right now. From my perspective, a motorist in front of
me done a mistake going into a yellow dwindle area and we gathering past him
on my line. But it is what it is. My competition was over after the
drive-through penalty.”

 

DTM standings.

Drivers’ Championship.

  1. Paul di Resta (43 points), 2. Edoardo Mortara (40), 3. Marco
    Wittmann (29), 4. Robert Wickens (28), 5. Maxime Martin (27), 6. Tom
    Blomqvist (26), 7. Nico Müller (22), 8. Augusto Farfus (20), 9. Gary
    Paffett (12), 10. Timo Glock (12), 11. Martin Tomczyk (12), 12.
    Christian Vietoris (10), 13. Bruno Spengler (8), 14. António Félix
    da Costa (6), 15. Adrien Tambay (4), 16. Mattias Ekström (2), 17.
    Mike Rockenfeller (1), 18. Miguel Molina (1), 19. Maximilian Götz
    (0), 20. Jamie Green (0), 21. Lucas Auer (0), 22. Daniel Juncadella
    (0), 23. Timo Scheider (0), 24. Esteban Ocon (0).      

Team Championship.

  1. BMW Team RBM (53 points), 2. Mercedes-AMG (43), 3. Audi Sport Team
    Abt Sportsline (42), 4. BMW Team RMG (41), 5. SILBERPFEIL
    Energy/UBFS deposit Mercedes-AMG (28), 6. BMW Team MTEK (28), 7. Audi
    Sport Team Abt (23), 8. BMW Team Schnitzer (18), 9.
    EURONICS/FREEMEN`S WORLDMercedes-AMG (12), 10. BWT Mercedes-AMG
    (10), 11. Audi Sport Team Rosberg (4), 12. Audi Sport Team Phoenix (1).   

Manufacturers’ Championship.

  1. BMW (140 points), 2. Mercedes-Benz (93), 3. Audi (70).

 

Statistics for a BMW DTM drivers.

 

 

 

2016 competition calendar.

6th -8th May – Hockenheim (DE), 20
th
-22
nd
May – Spielberg (AT), 3rd -5th Jun – Lausitzring
(DE), 24th -26th Jun – Norisring (DE), 15th -17th Jul – Zandvoort
(NL), 19th -21st Aug – Moscow (RU), 9th -11th Sep –
Nürburgring (DE), 23rd -25th Sep – Budapest (HU), 14th -16th
Oct – Hockenheim (DE).

 

More information.

You can find a latest BMW Motorsport media information, the
DTM Press Kit, and copyright-free images for editorial functions online
during www.press.bmwgroup.com/global.

 

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About a DTM.

The DTM is a many renouned furloughed vehicle array in a world.
The array pits a 3 reward vehicle manufacturers BMW, Audi
and Mercedes-Benz opposite any other in a sporting contest. BMW
fielded a initial works teams from 1984 to 1992, during that time it
claimed 49 competition victories and won a Drivers’ Championship on three
occasions (1984, 1987 and 1989). The manufacturer returned to a DTM
in 2012, given when it has won 7 of a probable twelve titles. 18
races, widespread over 9 weekends, are scheduled for 2016. ARD
broadcasts all a races live. Tickets for all a DTM races are
accessible here: https://tickets.bmw-motorsport.com/index.html

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