BMW Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt on a destiny of a DTM:
“After a proclamation that Mercedes-Benz is going to leave a DTM
during a finish of 2018, we betrothed a fans that we would quarrel for the
destiny of a DTM. We are operative tough to do only that. We are
concerned in complete discussions with ITR authority Gerhard Berger and
with manufacturers to rise a viable judgment for a future, retain
a DTM as an appealing and innovative height and continue to
yield fans with sparkling motorsport in a top-level rival environment.
We support a introduction of a supposed Class One regulations
and are prepared to supply DTM cars with intensely rarely fit and
some-more absolute four-cylinder turbo engines and reduced aerodynamics.
This would open a doorway for standardised, tellurian regulations and
concede a DTM to expostulate on a same technical substructure as a cars in
a Japanese Super GT Championship, for example.
This judgment would secure a destiny of a DTM, open it up
internationally, and make a whole height some-more attractive. We would
acquire it if other manufacturers followed and would also dedicate to