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Audi ace Muller explains the factors that helped end DTM win drought

Team Rosberg DTM racer Nico Muller says he is "more comfortable" in Audi's updated R8 LMS Evo II package, which helped him end his year-long win drought in Portimao.

Lausitzring DTM round could root out Portimao "one-hit wonders" - Auer

Mercedes DTM race winner Lucas Auer predicts that the championship’s return to the familiarity of the Lausitzring this weekend after starting off at Portimao could uncover “who was a one-hit wonder”.

2022 Lausitzring DTM: Start time, how to watch and more

The DTM travels to the Lausitzring this weekend for the second round of the 2022 season. Here's the full schedule for the race weekend.

September target for key Gen3 aero test

Supercars wants to begin formal aero homologation of its Gen3 cars in September, however that will depend on the global launch of the new Ford Mustang.

Tander joins Karting Australia board

Supercars legend Garth Tander has been appointed to the Karting Australia Board of Directors.

Team 18 appoints new team manager

Bruin Beasley will take over the team manager role at Supercars squad Team 18 effective immediately.

BTCC Brands Hatch: Turkington dominates interrupted finale

Colin Turkington dominated the final British Touring Car Championship race of a wet day at Brands Hatch to lead home a BMW 1-2.

BTCC Brands Hatch: Cook doubles up with lights-to-flag win

Josh Cook put in an exquisite performance to make it two wins out of two in the Brands Hatch Indy Circuit round of the British Touring Car Championship after soaking up race-long pressure.

BTCC Brands Hatch: Cook storms to Race 1 win in BTC Honda

BTC Honda driver Josh Cook claimed his first British Touring Car Championship win of 2022 after making two excellent passes into Paddock Hill Bend on a drying Brands Hatch track.

BTCC Brands Hatch: Turkington on pole, Sutton struggles

Four-time British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington led a BMW top-four lockout of qualifying for the second round of the 2022 season at Brands Hatch.

Supercars appoints new TV boss

Supercars has appointed David Tunnicliffe as its new Head of Broadcast.

MSR commits to GM after Ford snub

Matt Stone Racing has committed its future to General Motors in the wake of Ford's clear cap on its Supercars entries.

McLaughlin won't return for the Bathurst 1000

Scott McLaughlin won't race in this year's Bathurst 1000 with Dick Johnson Racing confirming Tony D'Alberto and Alex Davison as its co-drivers.

WRC legend Loeb came close to joining DTM with BMW 10 years ago

Rally legend Sebastien Loeb has revealed that he came “quite close” to joining the DTM with BMW a decade ago following his retirement from the World Rally Championship.

Supercars team boss to make Formula Ford comeback

Supercars team boss Tim Blanchard will make a return to the Australian Formula Ford Series at Winton next week.

Erebus Academy offering Supercars test

The Erebus Academy is offering young drivers a Supercars test at Winton next month.

How the DTM has come back stronger from its Norisring nadir Prime

How the DTM has come back stronger from its Norisring nadir

OPINION: Questionable driving standards and farcical team orders meant the DTM's first season under GT3 regulations ended under a cloud. But the organisation has responded firmly by banning team orders and welcomed new manufacturers, making for an intriguing season ahead as new and returning names prepare for battle.

The remarkable career of 'classy' champion Martin Tomczyk Prime

The remarkable career of 'classy' champion Martin Tomczyk

Over two decades as a factory driver with Audi and BMW, Martin Tomczyk earned the respect of teammates and rivals as a hard but fair racer. After calling time on his racing career, the 2011 DTM champion sat down with Motorsport.com to look back.

Jamie Green: The other Hamilton conqueror seeking career revival Prime

Jamie Green: The other Hamilton conqueror seeking career revival

On his rise through the ranks before reaching Formula 1, Lewis Hamilton was usually a cut above the rest. But he never truly asserted himself over a Mercedes-backed fellow Briton who traded single-seaters for touring cars and is now seeking new opportunities after a year largely spent on the sidelines.

Ranking the top 10 BTCC drivers of 2021 Prime

Ranking the top 10 BTCC drivers of 2021

A refresh in equipment and some returning faces helped contribute to a supremely competitive 2021 British Touring Car Championship campaign. Ash Sutton was crowned a three-time champion, successfully defending his 2020 title, but faced stiff competition in the final year before the switch to hybrid. Motorsport.com picks out the best performers.