Author: brunosDTM

More disappointment for Bruno at Oschersleben

This past weekend brought more heartache for Bruno at the Oschersleben track as he failed to score points for the third time in a row. He had to retire his car after a racing incident, which unfortunately dashed the last hopes he had of winning this year’s championship. Having qualified on pole position the previous day, the stewards then proceeded to disqualify him for an irregularity and he lost five places on the grid. He started the race from 6th position, all fired up and ready to show what he was made of. He had a perfect start, gaining...

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Bruno and DTM champion Roberto Ravaglia swap cars and liveries

BMW Motorsport invited Bruno Spengler, the reigning DTM champion and 1989 winner Roberto Ravaglia (IT) to a very special “Generation Game”. Both drivers brought with them the cars with which they won their DTM titles. Bruno triumphed last season with the current BMW M3 DTM, while Ravaglia was crowned DTM Champion at the wheel of the BMW M3 in 1989. However, it was all change in Hockenheim. Ravaglia climbed into the driver’s seat of the BMW M3 DTM, which was adorned with the livery of the 1989 BMW M3. Bruno, meanwhile, drove the historic BMW M3 with the Frozen...

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Back on track in Barcelona

Die DTM Teams werden vom Dienstag, 26. bis Freitag, 29. März auf dem Circuit de Catalunia gemeinsam testen. Am fünften Mai geht in Hockenheim endlich die Startampel wieder auf grün. Bruno wird an den beiden ersten Testtagen am Steuer des BMW M3 DTM mit der Startnummer eins sitzen. The Circuit of Catalunya Barcelona will host four days of collective testing for the DTM drivers, from Tuesday 26th to Friday 29th March. The teams will be on track in order to prepare the season to come, with the opening round in Hockenheim in 5th May. Bruno will take the wheel...

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Bruno exults BMW

Bruno gave BMW its first race win since their return to DTM . After starting from Pole, he literally mastered this weekends event at the Lausitzring. After twenty years of absence, BMW certainly did not expect to win already their second race since returning to DTM. It was even at the opening race at Hockenheim, that the Bavarian manufacturer made a very strong impression by occupying top spots on the timesheets in free practice. Then, newcomer Dirk Werner qualified his car on a superb third spot. Just a week later, the blow was even harder for their competitors, as...

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