Project Seasons is the most important season on the DTM Wiki at present, particularly as the seasons themselves form the backbone of the Wiki, with every race, driver and circuit article linking back to them. As such, these articles must be of high quality, and be updated regularly, particularly the most current season.


As head admin of the DTM Wiki, JPDurzel has taken it upon himself to lead project seasons, and, at present, is the only member. If you'd like to help him out, add your user name to the list below and start editing.

Remember, you can contact the Project leader at any time, with any query, on their talk page.

Open SeasonEdit

The list of all 29 seasons in the DTM's history is displayed below, with an indication of the state the article is in. Use this indication to see how you can improve the article, and update this list as the Season's are modified. A season template for writing Season based articles is provided at the top of the page when a new article is created.

Season BreakdownEdit

The priority for the DTM Wiki at present for Project Seasons is to ensure the most recent seasons (2012 onwards) are covered in detail, while earlier years are less relied upon. That said, feel free to create and add information for any season you want from the list below.

Project Season
Year Exist Imgs Report Entrants Tables Year Exist Imgs Report Entrants Tables
1984 1985
1986 1987
1988 1989
1990 1991
1992 1993
1994 1995
2000 2001
2002 2003
2004 2005
2006 2007
2008 2009
2010 2011
2012 2013
2014 2015
2016 * 2017
  • * This is the current season, and is presently up to date.


The key is shown below, with an explanation as to what each colour denotes:

Project Driver
Colour Priority Explanation
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
Other Colours
Red None The article does not exist or does not have 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.

The level of detail considered adequate for a certain season is dependant on the availability of information, and therefore varies. Generally speaking, more recent seasons will be expected to contain a greater level of detail, due to a variety of sources globally available, certainly compared to older seasons.

That said, don't be put off from this project. Every little modification to an article helps, as long as it improves the information in the article.