The DTM Red Bull Ring weekend starts on Friday, September 23rd with FP1 and is followed by FP2 for drivers to get familiar with the track.
The Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM, German Touring Car Masters) is a grand touring car series sanctioned by ITR e.V. who have been affiliated to the DMSB-FIA since 1984. The series is based in Germany, with rounds elsewhere in Europe. The series currently races a modified version of Group GT3 grand touring cars, replacing the silhouette later Class 1 touring cars of earlier years. From 2000 to 2020, the new DTM continued the former Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft (German Touring Car Championship) and ITC (International Touring Car Championship) which had been discontinued after 1996 due to high costs.
The DTM has established itself over 35 years as one of the toughest, most spectacular and most popular touring car series in the world. In 2021, 13 teams and six brands competed on eight race weekends at races in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands. The stars of the traditional series, which is headed by motorsport legend Gerhard Berger, included well-known racing drivers such as Timo Glock, Alex Albon, Liam Lawson and Sophia Flörsch. In a dramatic finale, Maximilian Götz secured the drivers’ title in a Mercedes-AMG, while AF Corse won the team championship.
The DTM Red Bull Ring weekend starts on Friday, September 23rd with FP1 and is followed by FP2 for drivers to get familiar with the track. Qualifying for race 1 will start the day on saturday followed by race 1 will start at 17:00 PM IST. Sunday starts with qualifying for race 2 at 13:30 PM IST which is then followed by race 2 which starts at 17:00 PM IST.
|Friday, September 23||14:45 pm||Practice 1|
|18:35 pm||Practice 2|
|Saturday, September 24||13:30 pm||Qualifying 1|
|17:00 pm||Race 1|
|Sunday, September 25||13:30 pm||Qualifying 2|
|17:00 pm||Race 2|