Audi’s DTM contingent doesn’t perform as well in Moscow


Published on August 30th, 2015 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Audi’s DTM contingent doesn’t perform as well in Moscow

In spite of a strong vehicle performance Audi had to settle for fourth place in the first of the two races of the DTM’s round in Russia. The race was bitter particularly for Mattias Ekström, who in the heaviest car in the field had shown an impressive performance. From grid position six, he immediately advanced to fifth place in the Red Bull Audi RS 5 DTM. However, his attempt to overtake the BMW of Timo Glock, who was running in fourth place, on lap eleven ended in a spectacular collision between the two and in retirement of the previous leader of the standings.

Mattias Ekström's helmet

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