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Classification of German Touring Car Championship Drivers
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The "Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters" (DTM) is a touring car championship that has been organized annually by the International Touring Car Races (Internationales Tourenwagen-Rennen e.V) and the German Motorsport Federation since the year 2000. The participating touring cars are German, like the Mercedes-Benz Class C, Audi A4 and the Opel Vectra, modified so that they can reach speeds around 300 km/h. The DTM is considered to be one of the most popular international motor racing series. This classification lists the drivers of all the seasons of this competition.

  • Author: juan (Updated Mar 11, 2013)
  • Sources: Official source DTM
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Drivercolumns columns Points  (pts)
1Bernd Schneider (piloto)Bernd Schneider (piloto)221
2Manuel ReuterManuel Reuter162
3Klaus LudwigKlaus Ludwig122
4Marcel FässlerMarcel Fässler116
5Joachim WinkelhockJoachim Winkelhock113
6Uwe AlzenUwe Alzen100
7Michael BartelsMichael Bartels87
8Peter DumbreckPeter Dumbreck75
9Eric HélaryEric Hélary53
10Marcel TiemannMarcel Tiemann53
11Thomas JägerThomas Jäger52
12Timo ScheiderTimo Scheider45
13Pedro LamyPedro Lamy39
14Darren TurnerDarren Turner19
15Stefano ModenaStefano Modena15
16Laurent AïelloLaurent Aïello14
17Christian MenzelChristian Menzel5
18James ThompsonJames Thompson4
19Christian AbtChristian Abt1
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