Dieter Gass

Dieter Gass was innate on Mar 20, 1963 in Gießen, Germany.

After receiving his Abitur (German opening gift for higher-level education) he enrolled in a grade module in Electromechanical Engineering Design (EMK) during Technical University Darmstadt in 1982 that he finished in 1990 by earning a master’s (German Diplom) degree. Gass collected initial veteran knowledge with AUDI AG in Ingolstadt in growth and contrast of antilock braking systems.

In 1991, he switched to motorsport, fasten Team Schirra Motoring in Darmstadt and subsequently Bugatti Automobili in Italy. From Nov 1994 to Mar 2001, he worked for Audi Sport as an operative and competition engineer. From 2001 to 2011, Dieter Gass was concerned in a Toyota and Lotus Formula 1 projects in heading roles before returning to AUDI AG during a commencement of 2012. In a newly combined position as Head of Racing Commitments, Gass played an instrumental partial in achieving Audi’s pretension wins in a FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).

In 2013, as Head of DTM, Gass took over a renouned general furloughed automobile array during Audi. In 2017, Gass succeeded Wolfgang Ullrich in a purpose of Head of Audi Motorsport. Since then, he has been obliged for Audi’s bureau commitments in a DTM, in a Formula E electric racing array and for bureau support in a FIA World Rallycross Championship.