This is what Nico Müller took home from Hockenheim as well. Müller, who during age 24 is a youngest Audi driver, clinched his initial DTM stick position in a deteriorate opener and scored points in both races. Müller’s Playboy Audi RS 5 DTM frequency had any scratches after a opening race. “I’m anticipating for things to continue like this,” says a Swiss who finished in fifth place during Spielberg final year – his so distant best outcome in a DTM. “I like a Red Bull Ring, too – we can frequency wait to be sitting in my RS 5 DTM again.”
The DTM lane record during Spielberg given 2014 has been hold by Mike Rockenfeller (1m 25.266s). Two of a 8 Audi drivers – Mattias Ekström (Ellmau) and Timo Scheider (Lochau) – live in Austria and courtesy a Red Bull Ring as a kind of home round.
“According to past experience, a Red Bull Ring guarantees stirring DTM races,” says Dieter Gass, Head of DTM during Audi Sport. “As expected, a margin has changed even closer together, so a fans can demeanour brazen to dual engaging competition days. Personally, I’m anticipating that we won’t be saying movement utterly as chaotic as a one we saw during Hockenheim…”
The fantastic deteriorate opener supposing a DTM with good TV ratings and clever marketplace share. ARD will again be airing live coverage of both races from Austria – of a initial competition on Saturday starting during 17:35 (CEST) and a second one starting during 15:10 (CEST). At night, SPORT1 will be display a one-hour outline of any race. In many other countries, a DTM can be watched live on TV or on a DTM’s YouTube channel as well. Under a hashtag #DTMSpielberg, a competition can be followed on Twitter. On Facebook Live, Audi Sport provides special peeks behind a scenes. Tickets for a DTM during Spielberg are accessible online during www.audi-motorsport.com.