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    Lausitzring's DTM qualifying

    Pos Driver Team/Car Time Gap
    1. Bruno Spengler Schnitzer BMW 1m18.777s
    2. Augusto Farfus RBM BMW 1m18.815s + 0.038s
    3. Gary Paffett HWA Mercedes 1m18.820s + 0.043s
    4. Mike Rockenfeller Phoenix Audi 1m19.206s + 0.429s
    5. Edoardo Mortara Rosberg Audi 1m18.374s Q3
    6. Jamie Green HWA Mercedes 1m18.461s Q3
    7. Martin Tomczyk RMG BMW 1m18.490s Q3
    8. Mattias Ekstrom Abt Audi 1m18.569s Q3
    9. Miguel Molina Phoenix Audi 1m18.667s Q3
    10. Adrien Tambay Abt Audi 1m18.686s Q3
    11. Filipe Albuquerque Rosberg Audi 1m18.749s Q2
    12. Timo Scheider Abt Audi 1m18.758s Q2
    13. Andy Priaulx RBM BMW 1m18.771s Q2
    14. Joey Hand RMG BMW 1m18.817s Q2
    15. Robert Wickens Persson Mercedes 1m18.840s Q2
    16. Christian Vietoris HWA Mercedes 1m18.862s Q2
    17. Ralf Schumacher HWA Mercedes 1m19.506s Q1
    18. Roberto Merhi Persson Mercedes 1m19.557s Q1
    19. Susie Wolff Mucke Mercedes 1m19.584s Q1
    20. David Coulthard Mucke Mercedes 1m19.672s Q1
    21. Dirk Werner Schnitzer BMW 1m19.737s Q1
    22. Rahel Frey Abt Audi 1m20.415s Q1


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    Congrats to BMW for getting their first pole position after 20 years! This should make for a very interesting race tomorrow!
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    Hope their race pace is good. It helps they have the front row locked up. Second place driver can help Spengler gap the field, that is if they don't race each other too hard.


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    DTM 2012: BMW driver Bruno Spengler takes pole for Lausitzring DTM race, BMW will start 1-2

    Congratulations to Bruno Spengler for capturing the pole for Sunday's DTM race at the Lausitzring. This is the first pole for BMW in 20 years. Brazilian Augusto Farfas, also racing for BMW, was only 38 thousand of a second off of Spengler's pace qualifying second and giving BMW a 1-2 start for the race. Spengler also took the pole for this race last year. Mercedes driver Gary Paffett (who won the season opener and is the points leader) will be starting in third place. Can BMW get their first win of the season and in 20 years? We will see.

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    1. Click here to enlarge Bruno Spengler
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    4. Click here to enlarge Jamie Green
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    5. Click here to enlarge Mattias Ekström
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    6. Click here to enlarge Timo Scheider
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    8. Click here to enlarge Edoardo Mortara
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    52 1:10:21.308 35.513
    11. Click here to enlarge Christian Vietoris
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    52 1:10:31.494 45.699
    12. Click here to enlarge David Coulthard
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    13. Click here to enlarge Mike Rockenfeller
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    14. Click here to enlarge Joey Hand
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    15. Click here to enlarge Miguel Molina
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    16. Click here to enlarge Roberto Merhi
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    Junge Sterne Mercedes AMG C-Coupé
    52 1:10:42.249 56.454
    17. Click here to enlarge Andy Priaulx
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    52 1:10:44.779 58.984
    18. Click here to enlarge Adrien Tambay
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    19. Click here to enlarge Dirk Werner
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    52 1:10:50.996 1:05.201
    20. Click here to enlarge Rahel Frey
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    52 1:10:54.365 1:08.570
    21. Click here to enlarge Susie Wolff
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    51 1:10:04.612 1 Runde
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    Click here to enlarge You beat me to it.
    Awesome result for BMW!
    Mercedes never had the upper hand. BMW copied their pitstrategy, and the stops went well this time.
    So Paffett never could overtake Bruno Spenger.
    Jamie Green went 25 laps on his 1st set of tires, and would have come ahead of Farfus, but his pitstop costed 7 seconds, and he never ame in front of Farfus after that.
    Bit of a boring race after the pitstops, but a great result for BMW!
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    lol. Click here to enlarge

    It was kind of a boring race really. What was interesting, beside the BMW strategy, Was Audi's disappointing performance. I expected more.

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    Well, Audi was cellabrating somewhere else.
    They finished 1,2,3 and 4 at the 6 hours of Spa Franchorchamps.

    1 Dumas/Duval/Gené (Audi R18 ultra), 160 laps in 6h 00.22m708s
    2 Fässler/Lotterer/Tréluyer (Audi R18 e-tron quattro) + 46.801s
    3 Bonanomi/Jarvis (Audi R18 ultra) – 1 lap
    4 Capello/Kristensen/McNish (Audi R18 e-tron quattro) – 1 lap

    The e-tron cars really held up and finished 2nd and 4th.
    This was the big test for the 24 hours, so they were really pleased there.

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    ^ Talk about domination!!

    But i don't think BMW can win next race, Mercedes cars had more race pace but due the shape of Lausitzring, they couldn't overtake the BMW's.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    ^ Talk about domination!!

    But i don't think BMW can win next race, Mercedes cars had more race pace but due the shape of Lausitzring, they couldn't overtake the BMW's.
    Agree.

    Paffett and Green are consistently quick, they are serious championship contenders.


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    What channel can these races be seen on? I would like to start watching these races.

    Thanks.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by inlineS54B32 Click here to enlarge
    What channel can these races be seen on? I would like to start watching these races.

    Thanks.
    I don't know if it helps you or not, t watch it on Das Erste.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M3_WC Click here to enlarge
    Agree.

    Paffett and Green are consistently quick, they are serious championship contenders.
    Yep. And it seems the BMW's are 100KG heavier than others.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by inlineS54B32 Click here to enlarge
    What channel can these races be seen on? I would like to start watching these races.

    Thanks.
    speed2.com


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    ^ Talk about domination!!

    But i don't think BMW can win next race, Mercedes cars had more race pace but due the shape of Lausitzring, they couldn't overtake the BMW's.
    That's why you try to take the pole and BMW did.

    The Benz's have more power?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    Yep. And it seems the BMW's are 100KG heavier than others.
    The hell? Why such a disadvantage?
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    DTM 2012: BMW wins their first DTM race in 20 years at the Lausitzring, Spengler and Farfus finish 1st and 3rd - Full Results

    BMW taking the first and second spots in qualifying played a huge role in this race. Spengler took the pole and Augusto Farfus qualified in second allowing a dominating start for BMW. Spengler and Farfus were able to finish 1st and 3rd respectively as a result of their starting positions on the tight Lausitzring not allowing the competition to overtake them. Only Gary Paffett from Mercedes managed to pass Farfus securing a second place finish.

    A huge win for BMW who is at a disadvantage compared to Audi and Mercedes fielding two fewer cars and also supposedly running a heavier and less powerful vehicle. A great victory and we hope BMW is able to maintain their momentum into the next race on May 20th at Brands Hatch in the UK.

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    Bruno Spengler (car number 7, BMW Team Schnitzer, 1st place): “Today is a dream come true for me. I am so happy I just want to give everyone at BMW Team Schnitzer a big hug. That was a perfect weekend for me: the first DTM pole position for BMW for 20 years, then the first victory since 1992. This is one of the best days of my life. The race was unbelievable. We had a really tough battle with the Mercedes drivers, and did everything in our power to stay in front of them. Thankfully it worked. The final lap was the longest of my career. My team and I did not put a foot wrong today. That was definitely the crucial factor. One thing is certain: it is time for a celebration.”

    Augusto Farfus (car number 16, BMW Team RBM, 3rd place): “Congratulations to BMW for doing a great job and giving us this car. This is only my second DTM race and we are a very young team in the series. That makes it all the more amazing to finish on the podium at the second race. I feel really great. I had a difficult time in Hockenheim, but we have recovered brilliantly. One week later, this was a very different performance. I am very happy to be able to bring the car to the finish without any mistakes even though I had Jamie Green pushing me for a lot of laps. But I just made sure I stayed calm and made no mistakes. Thanks also to BMW Team RBM for two fantastic pit stops.”

    Gary Paffett (THOMAS SABO Mercedes AMG C-Coupé), Second: "It's such a pity. My THOMAS SABO Mercedes AMG C-Coupé had enough speed to win again today. I was just a bit too far behind at the pit-stop. Having said that, my car was really quick and had a brilliant set-up, a tribute to the team. I was also so close to Bruno Spengler's car that I was losing a bit of down force. However, I did give it my all and being second on the podium within the space of a week is a great result for us, especially after the win in the opening race.“

    Jamie Green (Mercedes AMG C-Coupé), Fourth: "My Mercedes-AMG C-Coupé was just terrific today. Augusto Farfus drove a fantastic race. I was behind him most of the time, but despite the great pace of my car, I couldn’t get past. Now the focus of my attention has to be on my home race at Brands Hatch where I’m hoping to get back on the podium again."

    BMW Motorsport director Jens Marquardt: “Most certainly, this is a very special moment which we didn’t expect this way. This fantastic victory by Bruno Spengler is the crown on a week, which was quite something. Firstly, we had our strong comeback weekend at Hockenheim, then our maiden pole-position yesterday and today, in only our second race, already the first victory in our new DTM era. This is fantastic, simply unbelievable, absolutely awesome!”

    Mercedes-Benz head of motorsport Norbert Haug: “We were very close, our drivers were bumper-to-bumper with the opposition. The important thing is that the DTM is exciting. The three brands are providing great motorsport. Now, we have seen two races with two different winners. Let’s wait and see what it will be like at Brands Hatch, perhaps we will see the third there. Scoring points has never been more difficult in DTM history.”

    Audi head of motorsport Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich: “Of course, we can’t be happy with this result, because this time again, we couldn’t get the tyres on our cars to work well in the race. Today, Mattias Ekström and Timo Scheider have made the best of their starting grid positions that weren’t optimal and have made up several places, at times with very good lap times. Nevertheless, we have to understand our A5 better and use the full potential. We will work hard on that.”
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    Article: DTM 2012: BMW wins their first DTM race in 20 years at the Lausitzring, Spengler and Farfus finish 1st and 3rd - Ful

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    Which bmw car was the last bmw to win 20 years ago?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Which bmw car was the last bmw to win 20 years ago?
    i would guess an e30 m3.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    And it seems the BMW's are 100KG heavier than others.
    Why would that be?
    I can not even think of parts being this much heavier then the competition.
    I mean, all cars share the same CF monocoque shell, all have a 120 liter fuell cell, and all parts are kind of the same weight.
    Where would they gain 100kg?

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    i would guess an e30 m3.
    And you would be exactly right
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    Congrats to BMW for taking this victory! Although the suspense moments of the race were solely in the pit stops, Spengler did an amazing job to keep Paffett behind him.
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    According to the DTM site:

    C-Class weight: 1,100 kg (including driver)
    A5 DTM weight: 1,100 kg (including driver)
    M3 DTM weight: 1,200 kg (including driver)

    C-Class output: Approx 500bhp
    A5 DTM output: Approx 460bhp
    M3 DTM output: Approx 480bhp

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    Why does the C-Class have more power and why does the M3 have more weight? It makes no sense BMW would sandbag themselves.
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    No clue. Maybe the technical stuff released are false. They used to do it in F1, maybe they think it's a funny joke.

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