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BMW M Motorsport Media Guide, DTM 2019.

The 2019 DTM season marks both an anniversary and the dawn of a new era for BMW Motorsport. We are really looking forward to competing with our new two-litre turbo engine – fitting for the 50 year anniversary of BMW turbo power in motorsport. In this media guide, we present our new BMW M4 DTM, our teams and drivers as well as the new colours that our premium partners are bringing to the cars.

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In the DTM, 2019 sees the start of the new Class 1 era with four-cylinder turbo engines. On nine race weekends in five countries, the BMW M4 DTM will take on rivals Audi and the new third manufacturer in the DTM, Aston Martin.


In addition to the German venues Hockenheim, Nürburgring, Norisring and Lausitzring and the stops abroad familiar from last year at Brands Hatch and Misano, the races at Zolder and Assen are new to the


On top of this, there will be joint race events with the Japanese Super GT Championship. The Japanese manufacturers will make a guest appearance at the DTM season finale at Hockenheim. Then, in November, all the manufacturers will meet for a joint race event at Fuji Speedway in Japan.


In this media guide, we present our new BMW M4 DTM, our teams and drivers as well as the new colours that our premium partners are bringing to the cars. We hope this information makes your job easier!

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