As the name suggests, Project Cars is all about the machines that have entertained us DTM fans for over 30 years. The DTM Website suggests that 112 different models have competed in the DTM since 1984, and this Project is aimed at covering them all. Know anything about the cars that have gone to battle in Germany's premier racing series, then this is the place for you.
This Project does not have any personnel at present, largely due to the fact that the adminship have decided to focus on other areas of the Wiki. That said, if you'd like to take part in the project, feel free to add your name to the list below, and contact JPDurzel on his message wall if you'd like to take over the running of the Project.
Feel free to message an Admin, or the Project Leader with issues or queries on their message wall at any time.
The list contained in this session should have a link to every article about a car that has competed in the DTM. A red link means that the article is yet to be created, so why not make it yourself. Additionally, a priority scale has been established for this Project, with the key displayed below the list.
Below is a list of every car model to have competed in the DTM. Use the key below to identify the completion of each article:
Feel free to edit or create any of the articles listed above, and remember to use the Car Page template provided at the top of the page.
The key is shown below, with an explanation as to what each colour denotes:
|Claret||Critical||All articles that are next to the claret strip are considered to be critical to the DTM Wiki, and should be created as a priority|
|Silver||Important||Driver articles ranked as important should include all those active in the current season of the DTM|
|Purple||Semi-important||Race winners, Championship runners-up and similar are generally considered to be of semi-importance.|
|Navy||Low||Point scorers are covered in this section|
|Red||None||The article does not exist or does not fulfill the criteria|
|Orange||Incomplete||The detail of the article is not complete, missing vital information or does not contain filled templates.|
|Yellow||Okay||The level of detail is adequate for the Wiki, with all templates filled, but could use a fair amount of additional detail.|
|Green||Good||The article features all the required information, and a significant amount of detail. It still may require minor changes but otherwise is of good quality.|
|Gold||Featured||The article is of great quality, and will be (or has been) considered to be featured on the main page.|
This is just a guide, so feel free to edit any article you want, then update the list above. Naturally, not every article will be able to have the same level of detail, simply because a car was not used as much, or the information regarding it is difficult to obtain. The quality expectations of older cars in particular will be much lower than on cars currently competing.