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Friday, 23. August 2019 to Sunday, 25. August 2019

The year 1999 meant the end for Berlin’s legendary AVUS. A great chapter of German motor-racing history came to its end but at the same time, a new was about to begin. Just one year after the closing ceremony in the heart of the capital, 110,000 motor-racing enthusiasts made the trip to Klettwitz of attend the grand opening of the Lausitzring on 20th August. And two weeks later, DTM made its debut at the circuit located farther east than any other German racetrack – to return to the Lausitz in every single year to date. Although the premiere in Brandenburg was literally rained off.


Race highlights

The DTM carries out two races on all race weekends. The distance is always 55 minutes plus one lap.

F3 Euro Masters

Since the debut season of ‘New DTM’ in 2000, Formula 3 has been a constant in its support programme in every single year.


There’s a lot to be experienced on a DTM weekend. Here you find – in advance – a summary of the motor-racing programme. A detailed schedule for the race meeting will be published in due time.


Free practice DTM
Trainings and qualifyings support programme


Free practice, qualifying and race DTM
Races support programme
Event programme


Free practice, qualifying and race DTM
Races support programme
Event programme


Opened20th August 2000
Track length4,570 km
DTM lap record1.17,098 Min. (21st May 2017)
Driven byRené Rast (Audi)
Most victoriesBernd Schneider, Gary Paffett, Jamie Green (3)
The best brandMercedes (13)

DTM lap record

René Rast

Winner 2018 #1

Edoardo Mortara

Winner 2018 #2

Gary Paffett

Plan my event

You can get further information about public transport on the homepage of the VBB .

Speedway Camp / Endurance Camp or parking C4

Type: integrated into the area

Distance to track: directly – about 10 minutes walk