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A new course has been set

Audi is one of the most successful manufacturers in DTM and the only one so far that succeeded in securing a true DTM title hat-trick: in 2007, 2008 and 2009, Audi won the DTM Drivers’ Championship in three consecutive seasons. Altogether, the Ingolstadt based manufacturer has got a total of nine drivers’ titles, five team titles and three manufacturer titles on their tally. Audi will start into the 2017 season as reigning manufacturer and team champion and have restructured their team for the coming their approach for the coming season. The new man at the helm of Audi’s DTM project is Stefan Gugger while Florian Modlinger is the Technical Director. The driver line-up was reduced from eight to six and with Loïc Duval and René Rast, Audi has got the only two newcomers on the 2017 DTM grid. They will be teamed-up with the two former DTM Champions Mattias Ekström (2004 and 2007) and Mike Rockenfeller (2013) as well as the two DTM race winners Jamie Green und Nico Müller. The teams remained unchanged. With the Audi Sport Teams Abt Sportsline, Phoenix and Rosberg, Audi are the only manufacturer who keeps on cooperating with three teams. And for all the three teams, new Audi Motorsport Director Dieter Gass relies on a mix of experience and promising talent: young gun Nico Müller and Mattias Ekström will form the Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline, Loïc Duval and Mike Rockenfeller the Audi Sport Team Phoenix and Jamie Green and René Rast the Audi Sport Team Rosberg. Meanwhile, the car is all new: the third generation of the Audi RS 5 DTM and its production sister were developed simultaneously and the racing car is the first to feature the new RS design language. It looks even more progressive and more extreme regarding its aerodynamics than its successful predecessor that won 10 races in each of the past two years. At the same time, the car’s four-litre V8 engine now produces more than 500bhp. Apart from DTM, Audi also is involved in Formula E, the World Rallycross Championship and in customer motor racing. The latter also includes the Audi Sport TT Cup that mainly is held in the DTM support programme.

Hersteller Fahrer: 
  • 5 Mattias Ekström Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline
  • 33 René Rast Audi Sport Team Rosberg
  • 51 Nico Müller Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline
  • 53 Jamie Green Audi Sport Team Rosberg
  • 77 Loïc Duval Audi Sport Team Phoenix
  • 99 Mike Rockenfeller Audi Sport Team Phoenix
Audi in the DTM 



Pos. / Driver


Audi 80

43rd place (Hagen Arlt)


Audi 200 quattro

40th place (Freddy Kottulinsky)


Audi V8 quattro

1st place (Hans-Joachim Stuck)


Audi V8 quattro

1st place (Frank Biela)


Audi V8 quattro

15th place (Frank Biela)


Abt-Audi TT-R

16th place (Laurent Aiello)


Abt-Audi TT-R

5th place (Laurent Aiello)


Abt-Audi TT-R

1st place (Laurent Aiello)


Abt-Audi TT-R

4th place (Mattias Ekström)


Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Mattias Ekström)


Audi A4 DTM

2nd place (Mattias Ekström)


Audi A4 DTM

3rd place (Tom Kristensen)


Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Mattias Ekström)


Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Timo Scheider)


Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Timo Scheider)


Audi A4 DTM

4th place (Timo Scheider)


Audi A4 DTM

1st place (Martin Tomczyk)


Audi A5 DTM

4th place (Mike Rockenfeller)


Audi RS 5 DTM

1st place (Mike Rockenfeller)


Audi RS 5 DTM

2nd place (Mattias Ekström)


Audi RS 5 DTM

2nd place (Jamie Green)


Audi RS 5 DTM

2nd place (Edoardo Mortara)

Audi RS5 DTM 2017

Audi Photo album


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