What does BMW DTM stand for?
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
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.
Are DTM cars mid engine?
Like V8 Supercars, DTM machines are front-engined, rear-wheel drive, and are powered by naturally-aspirated V8 engines, but in this case, they are 4.0-litre units restricted to 500bhp. Limited to 9000rpm, its 0-60mph time is around 3.0 seconds and the cars reach top speeds of 186mph.
Is BMW in DTM?
Between 1984 and 1992, and from 2012 to 2020, BMW teams, drivers and cars shaped the DTM. And now, after 339 races, the end of the Class 1 era in the DTM sees BMW withdraw from the series as a manufacturer, with fantastic memories, but also an air of melancholy.
Who is the DTM champion 2021?
Mercedes-AMG is celebrating the DTM drivers’ title win by Maximilian Götz (GER), who managed to win both races in the 2021 DTM season finale at Norisring. On Saturday, Götz drove his #4 Mercedes-AMG GT3 of Mercedes-AMG Team HRT to a commanding win.
How fast do DTM cars go?
300km/h / 186mph
Top speed: 300km/h / 186mph approx. Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters – or DTM as it’s known – is a touring car series based in Germany, but with a calendar that visits a number of different European tracks over the course of a season.
How much is a M4 DTM?
The tariff for this most racy M4 is 148,500 euros (about $163,350). Only 200 examples of the Champion Edition will be sold—unfortunately, none of them in the United States.
Is DTM now GT3?
The German-based DTM kicks off its new era this weekend at Monza as the series severs all links with its touring car roots and adopts the GT3 regulations that have proven a hit around the globe.