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DTM 2017 Four wins and countless magic moments – BMW Motorsport.

The six BMW drivers scored a total of four wins over the course of the 2017 DTM season. Marco Wittmann crossed the line victorious at the grand finale in Hockenheim at the wheel of his Red Bull BMW M4 DTM. He also was the best-placed BMW driver in the overall standings in fifth. Relive some of the highlights from the 2017 season in our review video.

La Ford GT roule sur l’emblématique Route de l’Océan Atlantique en Norvège

Le dernier de notre série European Driving Roads prend la Ford GT à l’hippodrome le plus au nord du monde, l’Arctic Circle Raceway, afin de tenter de créer un nouveau record pour la voiture de production la plus rapide. En route, Steve Sutcliffe prend le Ford GT sur la route la plus pittoresque de Norvège, l’icône Atlantic Ocean Road.


WEC 2017 Fuji Porsche Swimming to the podium

The Porsche LMP Team had to be content with third and fourth place finishes at the seventh of nine rounds of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). The six-hour race on the Fuji International Speedway was hampered by persistent rain plus fog and staged in only 14 degree Celsius ambient temperature and 16 degree track temperature. Interruptions and neutralisations influenced the track action. Neel Jani (CH), André Lotterer (DE) and Nick Tandy (GB) finished in third place. This year’s Le Mans winners Earl Bamber (NZ), Timo Bernhard (DE) and Brendon Hartley (NZ) had started from pole position and came home fourth.

The Porsche GT Team scored two podium spots with the Porsche 911 RSR. Richard Lietz (Austria) and Frédéric Makowiecki (France) secured second place in the strongly represented GTE-Pro class after a long time in the lead on the tradition-steeped 4.563-kilometre at the foot of Mount Fuji.