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    BMW starts off the 2013 DTM season well with a 1-2 Victory at Hockenheim

    The defending champs appear to already be in stride this season. Last year marked BMW's return to DTM racing and it was a spectacular season with BMW capturing the championship in the final race with a classic come from behind victory. No excuses regarding inexperience, rust, or not having a full field of cars this year and excuses are not needed. Agusto Farfas took the victory for BMW followed by Dirk Werner for BMW Team Schnitzer.

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    BMW has 61 points and is up fairly large on second place Mercedes-Benz with 28 and last place Audi with 12. Anything can happen as we saw last season but this is a good start. The next race is 10 days in Britain at Brands Hatch.

    Results from Hockenheim below.

    Position Fahrer Runden Zeit Rückstand
    1 Click here to enlarge Augusto Farfus
    BMW Team RBM
    BMW M3 DTM
    42 1:10:11.583
    2 Click here to enlarge Dirk Werner
    BMW Team Schnitzer
    BMW M3 DTM
    42 1:10:15.275 3.692
    3 Click here to enlarge Christian Vietoris
    Mercedes AMG DTM-Team
    DTM Mercedes AMG C-Coupé
    42 1:10:21.258 9.675
    4 Click here to enlarge Gary Paffett
    EURONICS Mercedes AMG
    DTM Mercedes AMG C-Coupé
    42 1:10:24.196 12.613
    5 Click here to enlarge Bruno Spengler
    BMW Team Schnitzer
    BMW M3 DTM
    42 1:10:24.795 13.212
    6 Click here to enlarge Timo Scheider
    Audi Sport Team Abt
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    42 1:10:25.336 13.753
    7 Click here to enlarge Joey Hand
    BMW Team RBM
    BMW M3 DTM
    42 1:10:25.683 14.100
    8 Click here to enlarge Mike Rockenfeller
    Audi Sport Team Phoenix
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    42 1:10:26.060 14.477
    9 Click here to enlarge Marco Wittmann
    BMW Team MTEK
    BMW M3 DTM
    42 1:10:29.477 17.894
    10 Click here to enlarge Roberto Merhi
    THOMAS SABO Mercedes AMG
    DTM Mercedes AMG C-Coupé
    42 1:10:31.120 19.537
    11 Click here to enlarge Pascal Wehrlein
    Mercedes AMG
    DTM Mercedes AMG C-Coupé
    42 1:10:32.485 20.902
    12 Click here to enlarge Daniel Juncadella
    stern Mercedes AMG
    DTM Mercedes AMG C-Coupé
    42 1:10:37.752 26.169
    13 Click here to enlarge Martin Tomczyk
    BMW Team RMG
    BMW M3 DTM
    42 1:10:42.487 30.904
    14 Click here to enlarge Jamie Green
    Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    42 1:10:52.749 41.166
    15 Click here to enlarge Miguel Molina
    Audi Sport Team Phoenix
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    42 1:10:55.118 43.535
    16 Click here to enlarge Filipe Albuquerque
    Audi Sport Team Rosberg
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    42 1:11:05.660 54.077
    17 Click here to enlarge Andy Priaulx
    BMW Team RMG
    BMW M3 DTM
    40 1:08:26.100 2L
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    Click here to enlarge Mattias Ekström
    Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    28 48:14.803 14L
    Click here to enlarge Edoardo Mortara
    Audi Sport Team Rosberg
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    21 37:07.929 21L
    Click here to enlarge Timo Glock
    BMW Team MTEK
    BMW M3 DTM
    17 29:52.698 25L
    Click here to enlarge Robert Wickens
    STIHL Mercedes AMG
    DTM Mercedes AMG C-Coupé
    5 8:05.390 37L
    Click here to enlarge Adrien Tambay
    Audi Sport Team Abt
    Audi RS 5 DTM
    4 6:45.440 38L

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    Again, with new racing success, why not stop diluting the M line??

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