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– Audi wins both DTM races at the Norisring
– Two wins within 24 hours following a 14-year barren spell
– Youngster from Switzerland celebrates first DTM triumph

Audi has another DTM winner: youngster Nico Müller (24) won a turbulent DTM race at the Norisring on Sunday, causing Audi to triumph twice within the space of 24 hours in its “home round” in Nuremberg. Read More »

Audi Noris16– First victory for Audi in the DTM race in Nuremberg since 2002
– Edoardo Mortara on winning takes lead of the standings
– Leicestershire’s Jamie Green completes Audi one-two

In the first of the two DTM races at the Norisring, Edoardo Mortara kept a cool head in sweltering heat and, 14 years following the brand’s most recent success at the Norisring, finally gave Audi a victory again. Read More »

Audi pre-Noris16a– Season’s pinnacle event at the Norisring in Nuremberg
– Ekström with a score to settle, Green a four-time winner
– Dieter Gass: “Audians deserve seeing an Audi victory”

Following the Le Mans 24 Hours, next weekend (June 25/26) will be fully focused on the DTM again at Audi Sport. On the agenda: the season’s pinnacle event at the Norisring in Nuremberg. Read More »

– Swede just barely misses podium finish
– Audi drivers maintain one-two lead of the DTM standings
– Audi remains in top spot of the manufacturers’ classification as well

In front of 123,000 spectators (throughout the weekend) Audi defended its lead of the DTM standings. Jamie Green from Audi Sport Team Rosberg remains the front runner in spite of a setback in the race. Read More »

Audi pre-Norisring15– ‘Home round’ for the four rings at the Norisring in Nuremberg
– Audi unbeaten in the DTM in nine months
– Additional weights for the Audi drivers due to successes

The ‘home round’ for the four rings at the Norisring is linked with an aim that will only be achievable with a ‘heavy’ effort. In Nuremberg – only some 90 kilometres away from the headquarters in Ingolstadt – the Audi squad is set on continuing its winning streak in the DTM and clinching its seventh consecutive triumph on June 27 and 28. Read More »

– Mattias Ekström’s Red Bull Audi RS 5 DTM sporting retro livery
– Audi victory on the debut at the Norisring in Nuremberg 25 years ago
– Demo laps by Hans-Joachim Stuck in 1990 winning car

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– 126,000 spectators celebrate Mattias Ekström in Nuremberg
– First triumph for Audi at DTM home race since 2002
– Mike Rockenfeller takes sole lead of the standings

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– Stewards of the meeting announce exclusion
– Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline announces appeal
– Result to remain provisional until case is tried in court

Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline has announced it will appeal the exclusion of winner Mattias Ekström (Red Bull Audi RS 5 DTM). Thus, the results of the Norisring race are provisional.

Due to an alleged violation of Section 44 of the DTM Sporting Regulations (‘Parc fermé rules’) Mattias Ekström was excluded from the race results on Sunday night. Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline immediately announced it would appeal the decision of the stewards. A sport tribunal will decide whether or not Mattias Ekström will regain his Norisring victory.