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Dutch Flag Zandvoort 2015
Zandvoort
Race Information
Date 10th - 12th July 2015
Official Name DTM Zandvoort 2015
Location Dutch Flag Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort, Netherlands
Lap length 4.307km (2.676mi)
Distance R1 40 min / 107.68km (66.91mi)
R2 60 min / 167.97km (104.37mi)
Race One Result
Pole Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus
BMW Team RBM 1:31.266
First Second Third
Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin
Winner Team Flag of Germany BMW Team RMG
Time 42:30.240 (25 laps)
Race Two Result
Pole Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa
BMW Team Schnitzer 1:30.483
First Second Third
Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler
Winner Team Flag of Germany BMW Team Schnitzer
Time 1:02:07.601 (39 laps)
Fastest Lap
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Fastest Lap Unknown on lap {{{lapno}}}
Race Guide
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 The Zandvoort 2015 was the fourth round of the 2015 DTM Championship, held at the Zandvoort circuit in the Netherlands.[1] The first of three meetings outside of Germany, Zandvoort is a popular circuit with the drivers, although the shifting sand dunes that line the area around the circuit often cause problems when sand coats the track surface.[1]

BMW finally showed the form that had won them all bar one of the titles last season, as Champion Marco Wittmann won his first race of the season in the Saturday race, where BMW also claimed the first seven positions.[2] António Félix da Costa then proceeded to take his first career victory in race two, as the Bavarian marque laid claim to the entire top five once again.

BackgroundEdit

Weight was expected to play an important role in Zandvoort, having been rebalanced after the Norisring weekend.[2] BMW enjoyed significantly lighter cars across the field, with Audi and Mercedes both, on average, 20 kilos heavier.[2] Although performance weight had been applied at the Norisring, the floowing nature of Zandvoort meant that BMW's lighter fleet were expected to have an advantage.

With no major news stories between the Norisring and Zandvoort meetings, allowing attention to be focus on the title battle. Jamie Green led the charge with 81 points, with Mattias Ekström and Pascal Wehrlein leading the fight against the Brit. With Edoardo Mortara and Robert Wickens completing the top five, people would have to look down in ninth for the first BMW driver, as Bruno Spengler claimed their first podium in Nuremberg.

Team Rosberg tumbled to third in the Teams Championship at the Norisring, with the dominant display of Mercedes in the German city lauching HWA to the top of the standings. The first Audi team (with the Ingolstadt based manufacturer leading the Brands Championship) were the first of the Abt Sportsline outfits in second. BMW Team MTEK were the first of the BMW squads in the Championship challenge, with only Mücke Motorsport of the Audi and Mercedes teams among the BMW quartet.

EntriesEdit

Below is the entry list for the Zandvoort 2015:

Zandvoort 2015 Entry List
No. Nat. Name Entrant Car Weight
1 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG BMW M4 DTM 1,105 kg
2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix Mercedes C63 DTM 1,130 kg
3 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta HWA AG Mercedes C63 DTM 1,127.5 kg
5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline Audi RS5 DTM 1,130 kg
6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens HWA AG Mercedes C63 DTM 1,130 kg
7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK BMW M4 DTM 1,105 kg
8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris HWA AG Mercedes C63 DTM 1,130 kg
10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix Audi RS5 DTM 1,125 kg
12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Mücke Motorsport Mercedes C63 DTM 1,130 kg
13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer BMW M4 DTM 1,105 kg
16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team MTEK BMW M4 DTM 1,105 kg
17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Abt Sportsline Audi RS5 DTM 1,125 kg
18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team RBM BMW M4 DTM 1,105 kg
22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer ART Grand Prix Mercedes C63 DTM 1,127.5 kg
27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Abt Sportsline Audi RS5 DTM 1,120 kg
31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM BMW M4 DTM 1,105 kg
36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RMG BMW M4 DTM 1,107.5 kg
48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline Audi RS5 DTM 1,130 kg
51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Rosberg Audi RS5 DTM 1,125 kg
53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg Audi RS5 DTM 1,130 kg
77 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer BMW M4 DTM 1,105 kg
84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Mücke Motorsport Mercedes C63 DTM 1,125 kg
94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein HWA AG Mercedes C63 DTM 1,130 kg
99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix Audi RS5 DTM 1,130 kg

Qualifying (Race One)Edit

BMW had been struggling throughout the first third of the 2015 Championship, but they rediscovered their 2014 form in the first quali session at Zandvoort with the top four all powered by the Bavarian beasts.[3] Augusto Farfus claimed his fourth pole in his DTM career, although he had just 0.008s in hand over both second and third.[3] Indeed, Marco Wittmann and Portuguese youngster António Félix da Costa set identical times, with the Champion judged to be ahead having set his time a few seconds before his Red Bull sponsored colleague.[3]

With Maxime Martin completing the BMW leading quartet in fourth, row three was an all British affair, with Gary Paffett beating the first Audi driver in Jamie Green.[3] Timo Glock, Tom Blomqvist and Bruno Spengler were next, meaning there were seven BMWs in the top ten, with Miguel Molina in tenth as the second best Audi. There was just four tenths covering the top ten, with just over a second covering 23 of the 24 cars.[3]

Audi faired better than Mercedes in their battle to be second to BMW in the Netherlands, with Pascal Wehrlein the second Mercedes driver down in fifteenth.[3] Christian Vietoris and Robert Wickens were another pair who managed to set the exact same time, the German ahead through setting the time earlier.[3] Meanwhile, at the back, the two Mücke Motorsport entries of Maximilian Götz and Daniel Juncadella sharing the final row.[3]

Post Qualifying (One)Edit

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

Zandvoort 2015 Qualifying One Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Time Grid
1 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team RBM 1:31.266 1
2 1 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 1:31.274 2
3 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 1:31.274 3
4 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RMG 1:31.363 4
5 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 1:31.570 5
6 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 1:31.627 6
7 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team MTEK 1:31.647 7
8 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 1:31.650 8
9 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK 1:31.656 9
10 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Abt Sportsline 1:31.668 10
11 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Abt Sportsline 1:31.686 11
12 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline 1:31.701 12
13 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 1:31.735 13
14 77 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 1:31.758 14
15 94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein HWA AG 1:31.775 15
16 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Rosberg 1:31.783 16
17 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris HWA AG 1:31.855 17
18 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens HWA AG 1:31.855 18
19 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 1:32.055 19
20 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer ART Grand Prix 1:32.141 20
21 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 1:32.215 21
22 3 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta HWA AG 1:32.251 22
23 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Mücke Motorsport 1:32.264 23
24 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Mücke Motorsport 1:32.564 24
Source

Race OneEdit

A warm dry Saturday afternoon launched track temperatures past the 30°C mark at Zandvoort, as Augusto Farfus pulled up on pole position for the first time since the Nürburgring 2013 race two years earlier.[4] Could the Brazilian claim his fifth career win, and secure the first victory for the Bavarian marque in 2015, or would one of the six other BMWs in the top ten be able to beat the Audis and Mercs? The 40 minute race began at 14:00 local time.[1]

ReportEdit

Farfus made a good start off the line but was ultimately left in third after the first run through Tarzan, after a barnstorming start by Marco Wittmann put the defending Champion in the lead before the braking zone.[4] He was joined by António Félix da Costa when the Portuguese driver managed to dive past the Brazilian on the brakes into the first corner, as the BMWs translated their top for quali result to a top four race start.[2] Gary Paffett tried a move down the outside of Tarzan to get by Miguel Molina and Farfus]], but was instead run out wide.[2]

The first lap was largely clean, until Paul di Resta ran into the back of Robert Wickens through the Gerlachbocht turn, with the Scot smashing into the barrier and out of the race.[4] With di Resta's car abandoned in a difficult place, the safety car emerged so that it could be removed at the end of the first lap.[4] Wickens continued without incident for the time being, with no action taken by the DMSB over the incident.[4]

After ten minutes, and minor barrier repair, the safety car was back in the pits, releasing Wittmann to build a lead over da Costa.[2] Edoardo Mortara and Martin Tomczyk meanwhile were left to limp into the pits to retire, while Mattias Ekström attacked Miguel Molina for a lowly fifteenth place.[2] Otherwise, the action was sparsely spread through the field through the first half of the race, as Wittmann and da Costa began to break away.[2]

Pascal Wehrlein and Christian Vietoris were battling over twelfth at the half way mark, while Paffett was trying to break the BMW quartet by taking Farfus for fourth.[2] Suddenly, Ekstrom appeared in the rear sights of Wehrlein, prompting the youngster to force the issue with Vietoris, ultimately getting by.[2] His move also opened the door for Ekstrom, although the German did force the Swede onto the high inside curb which had caused countless suspension issues in seasons past.[2]

Jamie Green, meanwhile, made a fateful mistake through the second sector, running wide into the gravel and out of the race at turn nine.[2] A slow zone was deployed for his car to be recovered, as da Costa made several attempts to pass Wittmann for a maiden win, although all ended in vain.[2] With just a few minutes to go, the slow zone was recinded although not in time for Adrien Tambay, who was slapped with a drive through penalty.[2]

On the final lap, Paffett began pushing ever harder for fourth, but fell at the final hurdle when he was forced into the gravel, fairly, by the Brazilian and out.[2] That promoted Bruno Spengler, Timo Glock and Tom Blomqvist into the top seven, which meant that BMW scored maximum points in the race.[2] Mike Rockenfeller and Nico Müller finished as highest of the Audis in eighth and ninth, with Wehrlein benefitting from Tambay's penalty to secure a single point for Mercedes.[2]

ResultEdit

The full result from race one is displayed below:

Zandvoort 2015 Race One Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1 1 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 25 42:30.240 25
2 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 25 +0.464s 18
3 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RMG 25 +2.229s 15
4 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team RBM 25 +3.768s 12
5 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK 25 +4.514s 10
6 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team MTEK 25 +6.054s 8
7 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 25 +7.273s 6
8 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 25 +7.837s 4
9 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Rosberg 25 +8.677s 2
10 94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein HWA AG 25 +9.041s 1
11 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 25 +12.217s
12 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris HWA AG 25 +12.906s
13 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 26 +15.738s
14 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 25 +17.847s
15 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Mücke Motorsport 25 +20.492s
16 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Mücke Motorsport 25 +24.636s
17 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer ART Grand Prix 25 +25.656s
18 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Abt Sportsline 25 +30.023s
Ret 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 17 Accident
Ret 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens HWA AG 15 Retired
Ret 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Abt Sportsline 13 Retired
Ret 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sporstline 6 Damage
Ret 77 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 5 Retired
Ret 3 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta HWA AG 0 Accident
Source

Qualifying (Race Two)Edit

Having dominated Saturday, BMW were once again the class of the field on Sunday morning, as António Félix da Costa claimed a maiden pole position, beating Bruno Spengler by over half a tenth.[5] Augusto Farfus claimed third ahead of Marco Wittmann, as another BMW quartet was set to lead the field away on Sunday.[5] Miguel Molina also managed to tag himself onto the quartet as the only non-BMW driver within three tenths of pole sitter da Costa.[5]

With Pascal Wehrlein ended the session as the best of the Mercedes, as Audi and Mercedes tried to counter the BMW charge, although Timo Glock did manage to make it five Beemers in the top ten.[5] Daniel Juncadella, Gary Paffett and Christian Vietoris had a better Sunday morning to put four Mercs in the top ten, with only two Audis in the top half of the field.[5]

There were two Mercedes sharing the back row again, but it was Audi who looked set to endure another dire Sunday afternoon in as many meetings, with Championship leader Jamie Green down in eighteenth.[5] The only BMW struggler was Tom Blomqvist, as 1.200 seconds covered the entire field.[5]

Post-Qualifying (Two)Edit

The results of qualifying for race two are shown below.

Zandvoort 2015 Qualifying Two Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Time Grid
1 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 1:30.483 1
2 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK 1:30.541 2
3 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team RBM 1:30.623 3
4 1 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 1:30.650 4
5 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Abt Sportsline 1:30.674 5
6 94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein HWA AG 1:30.809 6
7 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team MTEK 1:30.834 7
8 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Mücke Motorsport 1:30.850 8
9 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 1:30.864 9
10 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris HWA AG 1:30.899 10
11 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RMG 1:30.908 11
12 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline 1:30.946 12
13 77 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 1:30.970 13
14 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Mücke Motorsport 1:31.039 14
15 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens HWA AG 1:31.116 15
16 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 1:31.150 16
17 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Abt Sportsline 1:31.218 17
18 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 1:31.239 18
19 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 1:31.308 19
20 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Rosberg 1:31.394 20
21 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 1:31.425 21
22 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 1:31.491 22
23 3 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta HWA AG 1:31.505 23
24 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer ART Grand Prix 1:31.719 24
Source

Race TwoEdit

Another warm afternoon greeted the DTM field on Sunday afternoon, although cloud cover reduced the air temperature enough to give the engines a slight boost in performance.[6] With BMW set to once again dominate the race, the question for the win was whether maiden pole sitter António Félix da Costa translate pole into a first career victory.[7] With 60 minutes of racing, and a mandatory pitstop to boot, the race was set to provide non-stop action when the lights went out.[7]

ReportEdit

A blistering start by the Portuguese youngster shot him into the lead of the race, as veteran Bruno Spengler seemingly stuttered with the rest of the field.[6] Augusto Farfus almost found a way past the Canadian through Tarzan but thought better of it, as da Costa streaked ahead.[6] Further down, Miguel Molina and Daniel Juncadella were flying the flags for their manufacturers in fifth and sixth through the first lap, as a few cars touched together, suggesting a physical race would emerge.[6]

That was proven on lap two, as Edoardo Mortara slung a move down the inside of Maxime Martin into Tarzan for thirteenth, opening the door for Adrien Tambay.[7] The Frenchman forced his way alongside Martin and was successful in running the Belgian wide for fourteenth, while the BMW bounced through the gravel.[7] With DRS getting activated on lap four, the action was set to ramp up again until the pit stop window opened to scramble the order.[7]

Martin recovered to 23rd after his bounce, and found himself battling Lucas Auer for 22nd, a place gained for the Belgian when he barged along the side of the Austrian through Tarzan.[6] With the pit window opening on lap eleven (with 20 minutes already gone), Bruno Spengler led the charge for new tyres, which again led to some physical battles.[7] Marco Wittmann and Miguel Molina demonstrated this by running together down the pitlane, before Wittmann turned across the front of the Audi as they came out and onto the circuit.[7] Minor aero damage for both cars resulted, although it did allow Timo Glock to take the pair of them for fourth.[7]

Their four way duel (which included Spengler in third) came across Auer whom had stayed out.[7] That, as it turned out, was a mistake as Wittmann touched the side of the Mercedes with enough force to spin the Austrian into the gravel at Scheiviak, ending his day.[7] More contact occurred moments later, when two unrelated incidents happened virtually at the same time, involving five cars and causing Martin Tomczyk to retire.[7]

The first saw Robert Wickens and Tambay exchange a series of blows through the lap, before Daniel Juncadella had Tomczyk slam into the back of him.[7] To be fair to the German, the fault actually laid with Molina, who misjudged the closing speeds and hit the back of Tomczyk with enough force to shunt him into Juncadella.[7] Minor damage to the two Spaniards was little in comparison to the damage to Tomczyk's car, as he retired with a dislodged and damaged front frame.[6]

As Jamie Green and Paul di Resta scrapped around the back of field, engulfing Wickens in the process, Juncadella was involved in another incident.[7] On the run up to Scheiviak, Edoardo Mortara forced his way up alongside the Spaniard, before edging the Mercedes to the inside curbs.[6] With nowhere to go, Juncadella ran up the curb with enough momentum to get airborne, albeit briefly as DTM cars are not designed to go in the air.[7] That fact was confirmed upon the Spaniard's landing, which had enough force to break his front suspension and put him out of the race.[6]

Wickens found himself in the wars once again, this time nerfed out of the way by Tom Blomqvist through Tarzan, the Canadian thrown into a spin.[6] Molina, in the meantime, was given a taste of his own medicine by Pascal Wehrlein, who eased the Spaniard wide out of Tarzan and allowed Christian Vietoris to get past too.[6] Mortara and Juncadella, meanwhile, were told to visit the stewards over their incident at the end of the race.[7]

The final laps saw drizzle begin to fall on the circuit, although the 55 minutes of frantic action meant that water simply boiled off the circuit the moment it hit the surface.[7] That said, there was no one who could deny a maiden win for da Costa, who eased off in the final laps to win by a little over half a second from Farfus.[6] Glock missed out to Spengler for the final podium spot, while Wittmann went unpunished for his incident with Auer to claim fifth.[7] Wehrlein and Mattias Ekström had a late duel for sixth that ended with the young German on top, as they finished as the best placed cars for their respective brands.[7]

ResultsEdit

The second race final result is displayed below:

Zandvoort 2015 Race Two Result
Pos. No. Nat. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1 13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa BMW Team Schnitzer 39 1:02:07.601 25
2 18 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus BMW Team RBM 39 +0.473s 18
3 7 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler BMW Team MTEK 39 +1.091s 15
4 16 Flag of Germany Timo Glock BMW Team MTEK 39 +1.710s 12
5 1 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann BMW Team RMG 39 +4.975s 10
6 94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein HWA AG 39 +10.954s 8
7 5 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström Abt Sportsline 39 +11.275s 6
8 8 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris HWA AG 39 +11.567s 4
9 27 Flag of France Adrien Tambay Abt Sportsline 39 +11.910s 2
10 2 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett ART Grand Prix 39 +12.247s 1
11 99 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller Team Phoenix 39 +12.661s
12 17 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina Abt Sportsline 39 +15.130s
13 53 Flag of Britain Jamie Green Team Rosberg 39 +15.942s
14 3 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta HWA AG 39 +16.456s
15 10 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider Team Phoenix 39 +16.853s
16 84 Flag of Germany Maximilian Götz Mücke Motorsport 39 +18.319s
17 36 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin BMW Team RMG 39 +29.708s
18 31 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist BMW Team RBM 39 +32.670s
19 6 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens HWA AG 39 +52.235s
20 22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer ART Grand Prix 39 +52.818s
NC 51 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller Team Rosberg 31 +8 laps
Ret 48 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara Abt Sportsline 21 Accident
Ret 12 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella Mücke Motorsport 21 Accident
Ret 77 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk BMW Team Schnitzer 16 Damage
Source

MilestonesEdit

  • Fifth career win for Marco Wittmann.
  • Maiden pole position for António Félix da Costa
    • Maiden win for da Costa.
  • First time in DTM history that seven cars from the same manufacturer finished in the top seven.

StandingsEdit

 
2015 DTM Championship
Pos. Nat. Name Pts. +/-
1 Flag of Britain Jamie Green 81 ◄0
2 Flag of Sweden Mattias Ekström 76 ◄0
3 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein 76 ◄0
4 Flag of Italy Edoardo Mortara 58 ◄0
5 Canadian Flag Robert Wickens 57 ◄0
6 Canadian Flag Bruno Spengler 52 ▲3
7 Flag of Germany Marco Wittmann 49 ▲8
8 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa 43 ▲13
9 Flag of Germany Christian Vietoris 40 ▼3
10 Flag of Britain Gary Paffett 37 ▼3
11 Flag of Brazil Augusto Farfus 35 ▲8
12 Flag of Belgium Maxime Martin 32 ▲1
13 Flag of Spain Miguel Molina 27 ▼5
14 Flag of Germany Mike Rockenfeller 25 ▼3
15 Flag of Germany Timo Glock 25 ▲3
16 Flag of Britain Paul di Resta 23 ▼6
17 Flag of Germany Martin Tomczyk 20 ▼5
18 Flag of Germany Timo Scheider 16 ▼4
19 Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella 14 ▼3
20 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller 12 ▼3
21 Flag of Britain Tom Blomqvist 6 ▲1
22 Flag of Austria Lucas Auer 2 ▼2
23 Flag of France Adrien Tambay 2 ◄0
2015 Teams' Championship
Pos. Nat. Name Pts. +/-
1 Flag of Germany HWA AG 116 ◄0
2 Flag of Germany Abt Sportsline 103 ◄0
3 Flag of Germany Team Rosberg 93 ◄0
4 Flag of Germany BMW Team RMG 81 ▲5
5 Flag of Germany HWA AG 80 ▼1
6 Flag of Germany BMW Team MTEK 77 ▲2
7 Flag of Germany BMW Team Schnitzer 63 ▲3
8 Flag of Germany Abt Sportsline 60 ▼3
9 Flag of Germany BMW Team RBM 41 ▲3
10 Flag of Germany Team Phoenix 41 ▼3
11 Flag of France ART Grand Prix 39 ▼5
12 Flag of Germany Mücke Motorsport 14 ◄0


2015 Brand Championship
Pos. Nat. Name Pts. +/-
1 Flag of Germany Audi 296 ◄0
2 Flag of Germany BMW 256 ▲1
3 Flag of Germany Mercedes-Benz 247 ▼1

Only point scoring drivers and teams are shown.

ReferencesEdit

Videos and Images:

References:

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 'Season guide: Zandvoort', dtm.com, (DTM, 2015), http://www.dtm.com/en/event/2015-zandvoort?language=en-gb, (Accessed 02/05/2015)
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 'DTM ZANDVOORT: RACE 1 AT A GLANCE', dtm.com, (DTM, 11/07/2015), http://www.dtm.com/en/news/dtm-zandvoort-race-1-glance-2015-07-11.html, (Accessed 31/08/2015)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 'BMW DOMINATES FIRST QUALIFYING AT ZANDVOORT', dtm.com, (DTM, 11/07/2015), http://www.dtm.com/en/news/bmw-dominates-first-qualifying-zandvoort-2015-07-11.html, (Accessed 31/08/2015)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 'Race 1 Highlights - Rewind - DTM Zandvoort 2015', youtube.com, (YouTube: DTM, 11/07/2015), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj42KUM2Hmk&index=23&list=PLrjmhNF7Jz1xzjmHDjWDcNr6PgrfVJSin, (Accessed 31/08/2015)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 'ANTÓNIO FÉLIX DA COSTA CLAIMS HIS MAIDEN DTM POLE', dtm.com, (DTM, 12/07/2015), http://www.dtm.com/en/news/ant-nio-f-lix-da-costa-claims-his-maiden-dtm-pole-2015-07-12.html, (Accessed 31/08/2015)
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 'Race 2 Highlights - Rewind - DTM Zandvoort 2015', youtube.com, (YouTube: DTM, 12/07/2015), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq5dt0q72s4&index=7&list=PLrjmhNF7Jz1xzjmHDjWDcNr6PgrfVJSin, (Accessed 31/08/2015)
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 'DTM ZANDVOORT: RACE 2 AT A GLANCE', dtm.com, (DTM, 12/07/2015), http://www.dtm.com/en/news/dtm-zandvoort-race-2-glance-2015-07-12.html, (Accessed 31/08/2015)

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