Bruno Spengler claimed the Norisring race from Nuremberg, winning with its AMG Mercedes C-class.
The 23-year old driver crossed the line in first place ahead Bernd Schneider, his team-mate from Mercedes . The success at the Norisring is the fifth DTM career win for Spengler, who also won this race last year. Spengler had beside him on the podium the Audi A4 driver Mattias Ekström. Since the
start of the DTM in 1984, 333 races have been held including today’s round at Norisring.
At very high temperatures, the DTM drivers raced 69 laps in front of147,000 spectators came to visit the Norisring in Nuremberg this weekend. The Norisring, also referred to as the German Monaco, is the only street circuit on the DTM calendar and with 2.3 kilometres, it is the second shortest track, only beaten by Brands Hatch.