Berger: Addition of top teams vindicates DTM's GT3 move

Following the announcement last April that Audi would leave the DTM at the end of 2020, the German championship was forced to abandon the hi-tech silhouette cars that had given it a distinct identity in a crowded touring car racing arena.
Series promoter ITR’s original plan was to run beefed-up GT3 cars in 2021 as part of what it referred to as the ‘GT Pro’ formula, but it quietly settled for …Keep reading

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