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2021 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters

The Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo of teams' champions Red Bull AlphaTauri AF Corse, pictured at the Hockenheimring in October

The 2021 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters was the thirty-fifth season of premier German touring car championship and also twenty-second season under the moniker of Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters since the series' resumption in 2000.

It was the first season of the DTM to be run under Group GT3 regulations, following the costly two-year "Class 1 Touring Cars" venture that led to Audi and BMW withdrawing manufacturer support from the series.[1][2][3][4][5]

Maximilian Götz controversially won the championship in the last race following both a first-corner collision between his rivals Kelvin van der Linde and Liam Lawson and team orders imposed by Mercedes-AMG.[6][7]

Rule changes

Technical

  • After two seasons raced under "Class 1" formula format, the series officially transitioned to FIA GT3 regulation, using its own Balance of Performance.[8] The move from Class 1 to GT3 attracted more manufacturers and teams that couldn't previously compete in the series due to high cost.[9] The Class 1 format cars and 2.0-litre (122 cubic inches) turbocharged inline-4 engines that were used in 2019 and 2020 were permanently retired.
  • After ten seasons, Hankook terminated their tyre supplier contract with the DTM despite being under contract until 2023. On 1 March 2021, it was announced that Michelin was to provide tyres for the 2021 season.

Sporting

  • For the first time since 2001, the series no longer utilises standing starts for the commencement of races. Instead the series introduced its so-called "DTM formation start" in a rolling double-file formation.[10]

Teams and drivers

All teams competed with tyres supplied by Michelin.

Manufacturer Car Engine Team No. Status Rounds Ref.
Audi Audi R8 LMS Evo Audi BXA 5.2 L V10 3 South Africa Kelvin van der Linde All [11][12][13]
9 Germany Mike Rockenfeller All
37 Brazil Lucas di Grassi G 7-8 [14]
99 Germany Sophia Flörsch J [15]
Germany Markus Winkelhock 4 [16]
Germany Team Rosberg 12 United States Dev Gore 1-3, 5-8 [11][17][18]
Germany Christopher Haase 4 [19]
51 Switzerland Nico Müller All [11][17][18]
BMW BMW M6 GT3 BMW S63 4.4 L Twin Turbo V8 Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 11 Germany Marco Wittmann All [11][20][21]
Germany ROWE Racing 16 Germany Timo Glock All [11][22][23][24]
31 J All
Ferrari Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020 Ferrari F154 3.9 L Twin Turbo V8 Italy AlphaTauri AF Corse[N 2] 23 Thailand Alex Albon 1-7 [11][25][26]
New Zealand Nick Cassidy 8 [27][28]
Austria Red Bull AF Corse[N 2] 30 New Zealand Liam Lawson J All [11][25][26]
Lamborghini Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo Lamborghini 5.2 L V10 Germany T3 Motorsport 10 Belgium Esteban Muth J All [29]
26 United Kingdom Esmee Hawkey All [30]
63 Italy Mirko Bortolotti G 6 [31]
71 Germany Maximilian Paul G 5 [32]
McLaren McLaren 720S GT3 McLaren M840T 4.0 L Twin Turbo V8 Poland JP Motorsport 15 Austria Christian Klien G 3-4, 6 [11]
Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo Mercedes-AMG M159 6.2 L V8 Germany Mercedes-AMG Team HRT 4 Germany Maximilian Götz All [11][33][34]
5 Monaco Vincent Abril All
6 Germany Hubert Haupt G 4, 7 [35]
Germany Mercedes-AMG Team Toksport WRT 7 Germany Luca Stolz G 4 [36]
Hong Kong Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing 8 Spain Daniel Juncadella All [11][37][38]
Germany Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport 18 Germany Maximilian Buhk 1-6, 8 [39][40]
Germany Marvin Dienst 7 [41]
United States Mercedes-AMG Team Winward 22 Austria Lucas Auer All [11][42]
57 Switzerland Philip Ellis All
Germany Mercedes-AMG Team GetSpeed 36 India Arjun Maini All [11][43]
Porsche Porsche 911 GT3 R Porsche MA1.76/MDG.G 4.0 L Flat-6 Germany SSR Performance 92 Germany Michael Ammermüller G 4 [44]
Icon Status
J Junior
G Guest drivers ineligible for points

Manufacturer changes

  • Mercedes-Benz returned to the series after two years of absence, but acted as a privateer manufacturer.
  • Ferrari, McLaren and Lamborghini joined the series for the first time, but acted as privateer manufacturers.
  • Audi and BMW remained in the series, but acted as privateer manufacturers.

Team changes

  • Hong Kong sports car team GruppeM Racing joined the series for the first time by fielding a Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo car.
  • Italian sports car team AF Corse joined the series with the backing from Red Bull by fielding two Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020 machines.
  • German sports car team Haupt Racing Team joined the series for the first time by fielding two Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo cars.
  • American sports car team HTP Winward Motorsport joined the series for the first time by fielding two Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo cars.
  • German sports car team ROWE Racing joined the series for the first time by fielding two BMW M6 GT3 cars.
  • Polish JP Motorsport joined the series for the first time by fielding a McLaren 720S GT3 car, but only as a guest participant at three rounds.
  • German sports car team T3 Motorsport joined the series for the first time by fielding two Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo cars.

Driver changes

Entering DTM

Former Red Bull Formula One driver Alex Albon and current Formula 2 driver and Red Bull Junior Team member Liam Lawson entered the series with the Red Bull-backed AF Corse team. Lawson contested the full season combining it with an entry in the Formula 2 Championship, while Albon was scheduled to compete in selected races where they did not clash with Formula One Grand Prix weekends due to his commitments as Red Bull Racing's test and reserve driver. Eventually, Albon only missed the final round at the Norisring, where he was replaced by former Super Formula, Super GT, and current Formula E driver Nick Cassidy.[26][27]

Gary Paffett was set to come back to the DTM after a two-year absence driving for Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport, with Maximilian Buhk standing in for him in two rounds due to Formula E commitments.[39] He was eventually forced to abandon these plans because of the COVID-19 restrictions though, and Buhk saw out the season.[40]

Leaving DTM

Robert Kubica left the series after one season.[45] Three times DTM champion René Rast left the championship for Formula E Audi full-time entry.[46]

Race calendar

A preliminary nine-round, eighteen-race calendar was announced on 6 November 2020; four rounds were to be held in Germany, with the remaining five held across Europe.[47][48][49]

Igora Drive, Monza and the Norisring - all of which were scheduled to hold events in 2020, before their respective cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic - returned to the calendar, and the Red Bull Ring will hold a round for the first time since 2018. All circuits that held events in 2020 will return in 2021, with the exception of Spa-Francorchamps; Anderstorp and Brands Hatch will also not return, after their rounds were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Igora Drive was cancelled and DTM published a new calendar for the 2021 season. The inclusion of the Norisring round was uncertain as the season began in mid-June and it missed its traditional spot in early July, before it was re-added to the calendar to be held in October as the final round of the season.[50]

Round Circuit Location Race 1 Race 2
1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza Monza, Lombardy 19 June 20 June
2 Germany Lausitzring (GP Circuit with Banked Turn 1) Klettwitz, Brandenburg 24 July 25 July
3 Belgium Circuit Zolder Heusden-Zolder, Limburg 7 August 8 August
4 Germany Nürburgring (Sprint Circuit) Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate 21 August 22 August
5 Austria Red Bull Ring Spielberg, Styria 4 September 5 September
6 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen Assen, Drenthe 18 September 19 September
7 Germany Hockenheimring Hockenheim, Baden-Württemberg 2 October 3 October
8 Germany Norisring Nuremberg, Bavaria 9 October 10 October
Sources:[47][48][49][50]

Results and standings

Season summary

Round Circuit Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Winning manufacturer Junior Winner
1 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza Monaco Vincent Abril New Zealand Liam Lawson New Zealand Liam Lawson Austria Red Bull AF Corse Italy Ferrari New Zealand Liam Lawson
R2 South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Austria Lucas Auer South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Germany Team Abt Sportsline Germany Audi South Africa Sheldon van der Linde
2 R1 Germany Lausitzring
(GP Circuit with Banked Turn 1)
South Africa Sheldon van der Linde South Africa Sheldon van der Linde Switzerland Philip Ellis United States Mercedes-AMG Team Winward Germany Mercedes-AMG New Zealand Liam Lawson
R2 Switzerland Philip Ellis South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Germany Maximilian Götz Germany Mercedes-AMG Team HRT Germany Mercedes-AMG New Zealand Liam Lawson
3 R1 Belgium Circuit Zolder South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Thailand Alex Albon South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Germany Team Abt Sportsline Germany Audi Belgium Esteban Muth
R2 Germany Marco Wittmann Switzerland Nico Müller Germany Marco Wittmann Germany BMW New Zealand Liam Lawson
4 R1 Germany Nürburgring
(Sprint Circuit)
South Africa Kelvin van der Linde South Africa Kelvin van der Linde South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Germany Team Abt Sportsline Germany Audi South Africa Sheldon van der Linde
R2 Thailand Alex Albon Germany Christopher Haase Thailand Alex Albon Italy AlphaTauri AF Corse Italy Ferrari Belgium Esteban Muth
5 R1 Austria Red Bull Ring New Zealand Liam Lawson Belgium Esteban Muth New Zealand Liam Lawson Austria Red Bull AF Corse Italy Ferrari New Zealand Liam Lawson
R2 Germany Marco Wittmann Germany Marco Wittmann New Zealand Liam Lawson Austria Red Bull AF Corse Italy Ferrari New Zealand Liam Lawson
6 R1 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen New Zealand Liam Lawson Italy Mirko Bortolotti Germany Marco Wittmann Germany BMW New Zealand Liam Lawson
R2 Austria Lucas Auer Germany Mike Rockenfeller Austria Lucas Auer Germany Mercedes-AMG New Zealand Liam Lawson
7 R1 Germany Hockenheimring South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Thailand Alex Albon South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Germany Team Abt Sportsline Germany Audi New Zealand Liam Lawson
R2 South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Thailand Alex Albon Austria Lucas Auer Germany Mercedes-AMG New Zealand Liam Lawson
8 R1 Germany Norisring New Zealand Liam Lawson Switzerland Nico Müller Germany Maximilian Götz Germany Mercedes-AMG New Zealand Liam Lawson
R2 New Zealand Liam Lawson New Zealand Nick Cassidy Germany Maximilian Götz Germany Mercedes-AMG Germany Sophia Flörsch

Scoring system

Points were awarded to the top ten classified finishers as follows:

Race Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Additionally, the top three placed drivers in qualifying also received points:

Qualifying Position  1st   2nd   3rd 
Points 3 2 1

Drivers' championship

Pos. Driver MNZ
Italy
LAU
Germany
ZOL
Belgium
NÜR
Germany
RBR
Austria
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
NOR
Germany
Points
1 Germany Maximilian Götz 23 10 Ret 13 72 2 4 4 22 3 43 6 5 3 1 1 230
2 New Zealand Liam Lawson J 1 132 2 22 Ret 3 13 Ret 11 12 31 23 43 2 31 NC1 227
3 South Africa Kelvin van der Linde 4 11 42 3 11 8 11 Ret 5 6 12 4 11 101 42 172 208
4 Germany Marco Wittmann 8 5 7 6 53 11 53 33 7 21 12 32 Ret 11 12 7 171
5 Austria Lucas Auer 122 3 6 9 9 52 11 6 8 5 10 11 Ret2 12 63 2 152
6 Thailand Alex Albon 3 7 5 11 3 6 Ret 11 4 17 Ret 5 2 6 130
7 Switzerland Philip Ellis Ret 6 1 41 8 16 22 Ret 3 4 7 12 7 4 10 10 129
8 Germany Mike Rockenfeller 9 8 33 8 2 103 3 Ret 15 Ret 13 11 3 15 Ret 4 89
9 Spain Daniel Juncadella 51 11 Ret 7 Ret 12 8 22 11 12 Ret Ret 6 5 7 5 77
10 Switzerland Nico Müller 7 2 13 10 10 4 7 9 Ret 14 Ret 8 Ret 12 8 15 56
11 11 43 91 5 16 7 6 Ret Ret Ret3 6 Ret Ret Ret Ret 16 55
12 India Arjun Maini 13 Ret Ret 12 Ret DNS 10 13 63 7 Ret 13 Ret 83 2 6 48
13 Belgium Esteban Muth J 10 9 8 Ret 6 9 14 5 14 13 8 10 8 Ret 11 Ret 41
14 Monaco Vincent Abril DSQ DSQ Ret 14 4 Ret 12 8 9 8 Ret 9 9 9 14 8 34
15 Germany Maximilian Buhk 6 12 10 18 Ret 11 Ret Ret 12 9 Ret 15 9 3 28
16 New Zealand Nick Cassidy 5 133 11
17 Germany Timo Glock 16 Ret 11 13 11 17 19 7 10 10 Ret 14 10 14 Ret 11 9
18 Germany Sophia Flörsch J 15 15 Ret 15 15 Ret 17 15 9 16 12 Ret 13 9 8
19 Germany Marvin Dienst 11 7 6
20 United Kingdom Esmee Hawkey 14 16 Ret 16 13 13 17 11 16 16 11 Ret 14 16 Ret Ret 2
21 Germany Christopher Haase Ret 10 1
22 United States Dev Gore Ret 14 12 17 14 15 Ret Ret DNS 17 16 17 16 14 0
23 Germany Markus Winkelhock 16 14 0
Guest drivers ineligible to score points
-- Italy Mirko Bortolotti 2 7 --
-- Austria Christian Klien 12 14 15 12 5 Ret --
-- Germany Luca Stolz 9 Ret --
-- Germany Maximilian Paul 13 11 --
-- Brazil Lucas di Grassi 15 Ret 15 12 --
-- Germany Hubert Haupt 18 Ret 13 13 --
-- Germany Michael Ammermüller Ret Ret --
Pos. Driver MNZ
Italy
LAU
Germany
ZOL
Belgium
NÜR
Germany
RBR
Austria
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
NOR
Germany
Points
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver Second place
Bronze Third place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold - Pole
Italics - Fastest Lap
1 - 3 Points for Pole
2 - 2 Points for P2
3 - 1 Point for P3

Teams' championship

Pos. Team Points
1 Italy Red Bull AlphaTauri AF Corse 368
2 Germany Team Abt Sportsline 296
3 United States Mercedes-AMG Team Winward 281
4 Germany Mercedes-AMG Team HRT 262
5 Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 171
6 Hong Kong Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing 77
7 Germany ROWE Racing 64
8 Germany Team Rosberg 55
9 Germany Mercedes-AMG Team GetSpeed 48
10 Germany T3 Motorsport 43
11 Germany Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport 34
12 Germany Team Abt 8

Manufacturers' championship

Only points scored by the top three drivers of a manufacturer in qualifyings and races count for the manufacturers' championship.

Pos. Manufacturer Points
1 Germany Mercedes-AMG 617
2 Italy Ferrari 368
3 Germany Audi 359
4 Germany BMW 235
5 Italy Lamborghini 43

Notes

  1. ^ a b Cars No. 3, No.9 and No. 37 entered as Team Abt Sportsline, car No. 99 entered as Team Abt.
  2. ^ a b AlphaTauri AF Corse and Red Bull AF Corse share a teams' championship entry as "Red Bull AlphaTauri AF Corse".

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