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Flag of Germany 2016 Hockenheim I
Hockenheimring
Back home: The Hockenheimring
Race Information
Date 7th - 8th May 2016
Official Name DTM Season Opener
Location Flag of Germany Hockenheim, Baden-Württemberg
Lap length 4.574 km (2.842 mi)
Distance R1 40 min / 114.350 km (71.054 mi)
R2 60 min / 169.238 km (105.160 mi)
Race One Result
Pole Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller
Team Abt 1:33.876
First Second Third
Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Canadian Flag Robert Wickens Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller
Winner Team Flag of Germany Abt Sportsline
Time 42:11.606 (25 laps)
Race Two Result
Pole Flag of Scotland Paul di Resta
Team HWA II 1:34.060
First Second Third
Flag of Scotland Paul di Resta Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin
Winner Team Flag of Germany Team HWA II
Time 1:01:42.654 (37 laps)
Fastest Lap
Driver {{{{{natfl}}}}} Unknown
Fastest Lap Unknown on lap {{{lapno}}}
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 The 2016 Hockenheim I was the first meeting of the new 2016 DTM Season, held at the traditional home of the DTM, Hockenheim. Races one and two of the season were held in Hockenheim, with the series retaining the two race format from 2015, but would not feature the defending Champion Pascal Wehrlein.

Race one had a maiden pole sitter in Nico Müller, although the Swiss driver was unable to defend his lead from the start, leaving Edoardo Mortara to claim the opening race of the season.[1] Muller would ultimately finish third in an action packed race, also being beaten by Canadian Robert Wickens who missed out on victory by just over a second.[1]

The second race featured the first safety car of the season, although even that did not trouble pole sitter Paul di Resta, as he claimed his first race victory since his return in 2014.[2] The Scot dominated the race, although an issue during his pitstop almost allowed Gary Paffett to snatch the lead, until the Brit was handed an unsafe release penalty and dropped to the back of the pack.[2] Timo Glock would go on to finish the race in second, although he was later disqualified from the result for illegal bodywork, meaning Augusto Farfus and Maxime Martin completed the second podium of the season.[3]

BackgroundEdit

The winter of 2015 saw Mercedes release their new C63 DTM model, while also finding a replacement for Pascal Wehrlein.[4] Wehrlein, together with Mercedes, arranged a deal to drive with Manor Racing in Formula One, leaving a vacant seat in the Stuttgart squad for the new season.[4] They opted to call up their reserve driver Esteban Ocon, with FIA European Formula 3 Champion Felix Rosenqvist taking over the testing and reserve role.[5][6]

Ocon would join Gary Paffett at ART Grand Prix amid a wave of changes to their teams, with only Paffett, Paul di Resta and Robert Wickens staying with their teams.[7] Mücke Motorsport took on Lucas Auer and Christian Vietoris, while Daniel Juncadella and Maximilian Götz joined the factory backed Team HWA efforts.[7]

BMW and Audi opted to retain all eight of their respective drivers, although there was movement among their teams. BMW Team RMG adopted Timo Glock, while Maxime Martin moved to BMW Team RBM in response.[8] Augusto Farfus was therefore placed with BMW Team MTEK, while Audi had Nico Müller and Adrien Tambay swap seats.[8][9]

EntriesEdit

Below is the entry list for the 2016 Hockenheim I:

2016 Hockenheim I Entry List
No. Nat. Name Entrant Car Weight I Weight II
2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
3 Flag of Scotland Paul di Resta Team HWA II Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens Team HWA I Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris Mücke Motorsport Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
11 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Team HWA I Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team RMG BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Team Abt Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team MTEK BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer Mücke Motorsport Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Team Rosberg Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
34 Flag of France Esteban Ocon ART Grand Prix Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RBM BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Abt Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Team HWA II Mercedes C63 DTM 1,120 kg
99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
100 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer BMW M4 DTM 1,112.5 kg
Source:[10]

Qualifying (Race One)Edit

Mike Rockenfeller led the field onto a hot Hockenheim circuit at midday on Saturday, the German quick to get his #99 Audi RS5 DTM up to speed.[11] His first flying lap, however, would be a poor one, with the green and yellow Audi flashing across the line with a lap in the 1:35.000s, Rockenfeller citing Esteban Ocon as the reason for his delay.[11] His lap was quickly beaten by Christian Vietoris for Mercedes before he was toppled by Augusto Farfus in the earliest exchanges of the session.[11] Elsewhere, Mercedes were forced to concede defeat in their attempts to rebuild Lucas Auer's car before qualifying, the Austrian having crashed heavily during first practice.[12]

As Gary Paffett went for a bounce through the gravel trap at the Sud Kurve, Jamie Green went fastest overall for Audi, holding the lead until the fifteen minute mark.[11] Moments later Paffett put a lap together to go fastest, before he was toppled by Robert Wickens, the Canadian setting a 1:34.105 as Mattias Ekström set his first time of the day in the mid-pack.[11] Wickens remained fastest through the halfway point in the session, with the majority of the field in the pits until the final three minutes.[11]

Nico Müller had shown stunning pace throughout the practice sessions, and so there was little surprise that the Swiss driver was sat in second before the final runs.[11] Yet, predictions for pole would prove fruitless as the field suddenly shifted as the cars completed their fastest laps in the dying seconds of the session.[11] Edoardo Mortara was the first to topple Wickens, besting the Canadian by just 0.004s, before Green saw a quick lap destroyed by traffic up ahead.[11] Then, stunningly, it was Muller on pole, the Swiss driver breaking into the 1:33.000s for the first time all weekend to take pole.[12] It was to be a maiden pole for Muller, who was joined by Mortara on the front row, with Wickens the best of the Mercedes down in third, sharing with Green who put together a strong last lap to claim fourth.[12] Marco Wittmann led BMW's contingent down in tenth, the Munich manufacturer largely disappointed at their display.[12]

Qualifying One ResultsEdit

The results of the qualifying session for the first race are displayed below:

2016 Hockenheim I Qualifying One Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Time Grid
1 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Abt 1:33.876
2 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline 1:34.101 +0.225s
3 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens Team HWA I 1:34.105 +0.229s
4 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 1:34.106 +0.230s
5 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 1:34.131 +0.255s
6 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris Mücke Motorsport 1:34.149 +0.273s
7 3 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta Team HWA II 1:34.157 +0.281s
8 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Team Abt 1:34.206 +0.330s
9 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 1:34.209 +0.333s
10 11 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 1:34.266 +0.390s
11 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 1:34.302 +0.426s
12 34 Flag of France Esteban Ocon ART Grand Prix 1:34.327 +0.451s
13 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK 1:34.333 +0.457s
14 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Team HWA I 1:34.338 +0.462s
15 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team MTEK 1:34.350 +0.474s
16 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team RMG 1:34.357 +0.481s
17 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 1:34.369 +0.493s
18 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 1:34.491 +0.615s
19 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Team HWA II 1:34.548 +0.672s
20 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 1:34.607 +0.731s
21 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RBM 1:34.703 +0.827s
22 100 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 1:34.705 +0.829s
23 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Team Rosberg 1:34.784 +0.908s
NC* 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer Mücke Motorsport No Time
Source:[13]
  • * Auer will race at the stewards' discretion after failing to set a qualifying time due to damage sustained in practice.[12]

Race OneEdit

A warm afternoon in Germany greeted the field for the first race of 2016, as Nico Müller pulled onto the pole position grid slot for the first time in his DTM career.[1] He would hope to turn his maiden pole into a maiden victory, but he would have to try and beat the four time race winner off the line.[1] Jamie Green, meanwhile, would be a threat from fourth, many tipping the Brit as the favourite for the DTM Championship in 2016.

ReportEdit

ResultEdit

The full result from race one is displayed below:

2016 Hockenheim I Race One Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline 25 42:11.606 25
2 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens Team HWA I 25 +1.657s 18
3 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Abt 25 +4.454s 15
4 3 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta Team HWA II 25 +8.818s 12
5 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris Mücke Motorsport 25 +10.192s 10
6 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler Team MTEK 25 +20.097s 8
7 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 25 +30.882s 6
8 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RBM 25 +41.360s 4
9 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 25 +47.189s 2
10 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Team Abt 25 +47.198s 1
11 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 25 +52.832s
12 100 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 25 +55.137s
13 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 25 +55.530s
14 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team MTEK 25 +1:08.466
15 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 25 +1:09.184
16 11 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 25 +1:10.496
Ret 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer Mücke Motorsport 20 Retired
Ret 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Team HWA II 6 Damage
Ret 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 4 Retired
Ret 34 Flag of France Esteban Ocon ART Grand Prix 3 Retired
Ret 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team RMG 2 Accident
Ret 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Team HWA I 2 Accident
Ret 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Team Rosberg 2 Damage
Ret 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 1 Damage
Source:[14]

Qualifying (Race Two)Edit

The air temperature in Hockenheim broke thirty degrees ahead of qualifying for race two, although the track temperature remained below what it had been on Saturday.[15] Maxime Martin led the field out onto the circuit for the penultimate session of the weekend, and the first qualifying of the year to be affected by success ballast.[15] He, however, would not be the first to set a time, as Christian Vietoris swept across the line two minutes later to open the session with a 1:36.320, before being quickly toppled by Esteban Ocon.[15] Timo Glock, meanwhile, would abandon his first attempt after a mistake, opting to pit rather than cause damage to his tyres.[15]

As half time approached, Paul di Resta hit the top of the pack, his time of 1:34.514 only standing for a few seconds as Ocon flashed across the line to return to the summit.[15] Martin was next through, besting Ocon's time before di Resta responded with a 1:34.060 to set the fastest time by over two tenths of a second.[16] Race one winner Edoardo Mortara, meanwhile, pushed his Audi into tenth, the best placed car for the Ingolstadt manufacturer who were being hampered by their success ballast from Saturday.[16] The field swept into the pits just after half-time, with only Vietoris on circuit for a couple of minutes.[15]

There was a sudden flurry of activity with four minutes to go, as the drivers returned to the circuit for one final blast.[15] Miguel Molina was one of the first to hit the circuit again, and as a result got caught behind Molina through the final sector of his attempt, ruining his lap and leaving the Spaniard to complain to his pitcrew over the radio.[15] Elsewhere, António Félix da Costa went for a bounce through the grass on the exit of the final corner, effectively ruining two laps in one move, while Timo Scheider ran wide through the Sud Kurve to end his final attempt.[15] The session, however, would effectively be ended with five seconds to go, as Lucas Auer tried to carry too much speed through the first corner, slid, and in his attempts to get his car back under control got caught by the gravel trap at the end of the run off area.[16] With Auer's car beached the session was effectively over, leaving di Resta on pole for the first time since his return, ahead of Augusto Farfus and Gary Paffett, while Jamie Green would start from eleventh, the best of the Audis.[16]

Post-Qualifying (Two)Edit

The results of qualifying for race two are shown below.

2016 Hockenheim I Qualifying Two Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Time Gap
1 3 Flag of Scotland Paul di Resta Team HWA II 1:34.060
2 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team MTEK 1:34.186 +0.126s
3 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 1:34.198 +0.138s
4 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RBM 1:34.285 +0.225s
5 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens Team HWA I 1:34.285 +0.225s
6 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team RMG 1:34.344 +0.284s
7 34 Flag of France Esteban Ocon ART Grand Prix 1:34.361 +0.301s
8 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 1:34.423 +0.363s
9 11 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 1:34.426 +0.366s
10 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 1:34.449 +0.389s
11 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 1:34.451 +0.391s
12 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline 1:34.478 +0.418s
13 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK 1:34.550 +0.490s
14 100 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 1:34.592 +0.532s
15 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Abt 1:34.599 +0.539s
16 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer Mücke Motorsport 1:34.630 +0.570s
17 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Team HWA II 1:34.709 +0.649s
18 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 1:34.772 +0.712s
19 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Team Rosberg 1:34.779 +0.719s
20 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 1:34.824 +0.764s
21 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris Mücke Motorsport 1:34.826 +0.766s
22 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 1:34.882 +0.822s
23 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Team HWA I 1:35.147 +1.087s
24 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Team Abt 1:35.155 +1.095s
Source:[17]

Race TwoEdit

Another warm afternoon in Hockenheim greeted the field for the second race of 2016, with Paul di Resta on pole for the first time since his Championship year of 2010.[2] The Scot would race with the heaviest car in the field, a fate shared by all of the Mercedes C63 DTM drivers for race two, leaving the odds stacked against the former Champion as the whether he could take his first win since Hockenheim 2010.[2] Elsewhere, attention would be on the Audi hoard at the back of the field, with the Ingolstadt backed machinery now the lightest cars in the field, and having tremendous pace as Edoardo Mortara demonstrated in race one.[2]

ReportEdit

A stunning start for di Resta saw the Scot sweep into the first corner well ahead of his rivals, as Augusto Farfus got a poor run into the first corner, leaving him to go three abreast with Maxime Martin and Gary Paffett.[18] Elsewhere, the familiar fanning out of the field across the run off at turn one meant everyone made it through the first corner, before the concertina effect into turn two caused the field to bunch up once again.[18] Three drivers would fall victim of this effect, after an opportunist move by António Félix da Costa saw him accidentally collect Esteban Ocon as the field went through the second corner.[18] There was little the Frenchman could do as momentum carried him into the back of Bruno Spengler, the Canadian immediately thrown into a spin with Ocon still sliding into his car.[18] Then there was Jamie Green, whose attempts to take avoiding action ended with him being smacked by the sliding Ocon, all three eventually sliding into the gravel trap on the edge of the run off.[18] All three were out as a result, Green and Ocon in the gravel while Spengler limped back to the pits to retire.

The safety car was called so the cars could be removed, with Mortara recovering to the back of the field having thrown his car into a spin to avoid the collision ahead of him.[19] Once Ocon and Green were removed, the race was back under way with just seven minutes gone with di Resta sprinting away from Martin.[18] The Belgian, however, would have difficulty in responding the Scot's early sprint being as he happened in the sights of Paffett, who had completed a move on Farfus early on lap one.[18] A dive down the inside of the Mercedes Arena gave the Brit the place, leaving him to chase after di Resta already two seconds up the road.[18]

ResultsEdit

The results from the second race are displayed below:

2016 Hockenheim I Race Two Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1 3 Flag of Scotland Paul di Resta Team HWA II 37 1:01:42.654 25
DSQ* 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team RMG 37 Disqualified
2 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team MTEK 37 +13.905s 18
3 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RBM 37 +14.493s 15
4 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 37 +15.055s 12
5 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens Team HWA I 37 +19.377s 10
6 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 37 +21.690s 8
7 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Abt 37 +22.220s 6
8 11 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 37 +23.790s 4
9 100 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 37 +24.454s 2
10 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 37 +31.303s 1
11 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline 37 +50.053s
12 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Team HWA II 37 +56.722s
13 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Team Rosberg 37 +1:02.408
14 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris Mücke Motorsport 37 +1:05.985
15 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer Mücke Motorsport 35 +2 laps
16 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Team HWA I 29 Accident
Ret 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Team Abt 22 Spin
Ret 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 18 Retired
Ret 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 16 Retired
Ret 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 11 Suspension
Ret 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK 1 Damage
Ret 34 Flag of France Esteban Ocon ART Grand Prix 0 Accident
Ret 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 0 Accident
Source:[20]
  • * Car #16 excluded for illegal bodywork.[3]

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

Paul di Resta's imperious display in the second race of the weekend meant the Scot left Hockenheim in the lead of the Championship, nine points ahead of Robert Wickens. The Canadian had two strong performances to claim 28 points, leaving him three clear of race one winner Edoardo Mortara. Nico Müller was also among the early front runners in fourth, and the only other man with more than 20 points, while Maxime Martin completed the top five. Of the 24 drivers entered in the 2016 Championship 16 had scored in Hockenheim.

Team HWA had both of their teams leading the Teams' Championship, the second entry led by di Resta leading the way courtesy of the Scot's 37 points from the weekend. Behind the two HWA outfits was the Abt Sportsline team, with Mortara leading their challenge, while BMW Team RBM led the BMW challenge from fourth. As for the Brands' Championship, it was Mercedes who led the way with 87 points, 22 clear of BMW, while Audi would leave Hockenheim with 50.

 
2016 DTM Championship
Pos. Nat. Name Pts. +/-
1 Flag of Scotland Paul di Resta 37 ◄0
2 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens 28 ◄0
3 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara 25 ◄0
4 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller 21 ◄0
5 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin 19 ◄0
6 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus 18 ◄0
7 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett 12 ◄0
8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris 10 ◄0
9 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist 8 ◄0
10 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler 8 ◄0
11 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa 6 ◄0
12 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann 4 ◄0
13 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk 2 ◄0
14 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström 2 ◄0
15 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina 1 ◄0
16 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller 1 ◄0
2016 Teams' Championship
Pos. Nat. Name Pts. +/-
1 Flag of Germany Team HWA II 37 ◄0
2 Flag of Germany Team HWA I 28 ◄0
3 Flag of Germany Abt Sportsline 27 ◄0
4 Flag of Belgium BMW Team RBM 27 ◄0
5 Flag of Germany BMW Team MTEK 26 ◄0
6 Flag of Germany Team Abt 22 ◄0
7 Flag of France ART Grand Prix 12 ◄0
8 Flag of Germany Mücke Motorsport 10 ◄0
9 Flag of Germany BMW Team Schnitzer 8 ◄0
10 Flag of Germany BMW Team RMG 4 ◄0
11 Flag of Germany Team Phoenix 1 ◄0
12 Flag of Germany Team Rosberg 0 ◄0


2016 Brand Championship
Pos. Nat. Name Pts. +/-
1 Flag of Germany Mercedes-Benz 87 ◄0
2 Flag of Germany BMW 65 ◄0
3 Flag of Germany Audi 50 ◄0

Only point scoring drivers and teams are shown.

ReferencesEdit

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