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– Mia Flewitt clinches inaugural FIA Pure McLaren GT Series title at Hockenheim
– Bruce McLaren Cup class wide open ahead of Silverstone finale
– Race field of McLaren 570S GT4 ‘arrive and drive’ track cars all supported by McLaren engineers, whether rented or owned

Mia Flewitt clinched the inaugural FIA Pure McLaren GT Series title last weekend in Germany, with both a win and second place finish at Hockenheim. This gave her an insurmountable 58-point lead over Stewart Proctor heading into the Silverstone finale later this month. Read More »

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– 2018 Pure McLaren single-make FIA accredited international race series
– Hockenheim to host fifth round of the inaugural season
– Race field of McLaren 570S GT4 ‘arrive and drive’ track cars all supported by McLaren engineers, whether rented or owned

Race-week for the penultimate round of the 2018 FIA accredited Pure McLaren GT Series season is here and sees the drivers head to the historic Hockenheim circuit in Germany’s Rhine Valley. Read More »

– Season opener at Hockenheim live for first time on new TV partner channel SAT.1
– Farewell race for Mattias Ekström
– Head of Audi Motorsport Dieter Gass: “There are no real favorites” Read More »

– DTM Champion right in his first DTM year
– Unusual career in Volkswagen Group
– Audi Sport Team Rosberg wins teams’ and drivers’ titles

Audi driver René Rast (30) is the 2017 DTM Champion, so having written a chapter in motorsport history. The German secured the title in his first DTM season – a feat most recently achieved by the Italian Nicola Larini 24 years ago. On Saturday, Audi had already secured the manufacturers’ and teams’ classifications early in the DTM finale at Hockenheim. Read More »

– Britain’s Jamie Green wins Saturday’s race at Hockenheim in front of Mike Rockenfeller
– Audi early manufacturers’ champion, first teams’ title for Audi Sport Team Rosberg
– Four Audi drivers to battle for drivers’ title in final race

“Golden October” at Hockenheim and a perfect day for Audi: The manufacturer from Ingolstadt on clinching a one-two win in the penultimate race of the season secured all three DTM titles early. Read More »

• Mattias Ekström wins round three in World Rallycross Championship too
• Swede remains unbeaten in the 2017 season and extends overall lead
• Ekström: “My team has done another great job”


Mattias Ekström and his Team EKS remain the measure of all things in the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship. Read More »

• Leicestershire’s Jamie Green wins Sunday’s DTM race at the Hockenheimring
• Extremely difficult conditions with sudden rainfall
• Nico Müller and Mike Rockenfeller score points for Audi as well


After just two races, the new Audi RS 5 DTM is already a winning car: in the turbulent round two of the 2017 DTM at the Hockenheimring, Jamie Green was in a class of his own on Sunday. Read More »

Round three of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship proved to be the toughest yet for Guy Wilks who endured a difficult weekend at Hockenheimring in Germany.

The 36 year old from Durham was in good spirits despite a testing weekend in Portugal for round two but things got off to a bad start when the LOCO Energy Drink and Karting North East-backed Volkswagen RX Polo driver suffered a broken wheel rim and puncture in Q1 on Friday. Read More »

After Team Peugeot Hansen’s second place at Montalegre, Portugal, two weeks ago, Sébastien Loeb and Timmy Hansen are looking forward to entertaining the expected 75,000 spectators packed into the Stadium section of Germany’s Hockenheimring, home of Round 3 of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship.

– The increasingly popular FIA World Rallycross Championship shares the bill at Hockenheim with Germany’s crowd-pulling DTM series. The discipline’s usual timetable has consequently been modified, with qualifying due to start on Friday, with the final race scheduled for late Sunday morning. Read More »

– Audi can win drivers, manufacturers and teams’ classifications
– Audi RS 5 DTM the most successful car this season even before the finale
– Mike Rockenfeller in one team with title candidate Edoardo Mortara

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