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Cars DTM changes 2022 from Sat.1 to ProSieben

11:50  10 october  2021
11:50  10 october  2021 Source:   sport1.de

Nico Müller About DTM Start in Monza: Positive start in GT3 era was important

 Nico Müller About DTM Start in Monza: Positive start in GT3 era was important Audi-Pilot Nico Müller and the Rosberg team must assert themselves in the DTM 2021 against a number of GT3 specialists - all the more important was a good one Monza prelude Nico Müller undoubtedly chose the stars in the DTM in recent years. The Audi pilot reached the second overall sales in the two Class 1 years from Germany's top race series. But the change on GT3 cars also causes him problems.

The races of the DTM are transferred from the coming season at ProSieben.

DTM wechselt 2022 von Sat.1 zu ProSieben © Provided by sport1.de DTM switches 2022 from Sat.1 to ProSieben

The races of the DTM are transferred from the coming season at ProSieben. The change within the Sender Group ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE announced the DTM umbrella organization Itr on Sunday before the season finale at Norisring. At the same time, the contract was extended between the race series and the transmitter group.

"The DTM has shown a very good development this season. ProSieben is looking forward to spectacular and sustainable engine racing," said ProSieben and Sat.1-station boss Daniel Rosemann. For the 2018 season Sat.1 had secured the live rights to the DTM.

The DTM season 2022 starts on April 30 and May 1 with two races in Portimao and ends with the final at Hockenheimring (8./9 October). For the coming year, a total of nine race weekends are planned with runs in Germany, Austria, Belgium and Portugal.

"Giant difference at the previous year": Already over 15 Bolides for DTM 2022 called .
© DTM Enrollment: The interest of the teams on the DTM is large The DTM goes 2022 in your second season as a GT3 series - and while Gerhard Berger After the enrollment start in the previous year, every team had to rings, the rush is great this year. "That's a huge difference from this year to the last, which is why we are really happy," confirms DTM manager Frederic Elsner in the podcast at 'ran.de' .

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