LIVE on SPORT1: Pure motorsport at the Nürburgring
DTM, Audi TT Cup and Porsche Carrera Cup make a stop at the Nürburgring. SPORT1 reports extensively on free TV, SPORT1+ and in the live stream. The weekend brings a lot of action for all motorsport fans. DTM, Audi TT Cup and Porsche Carrera Cup make a stop at the traditional Nürburgring, and after Lucas Auer won the first round of the four-time victory of Mercedes at the Nürburgring, the second DTM race on Sunday at 3.15 pm in the LIVETICKER. From 10 p. m. SPORT1 will be showing the race report on TV and in the STREAM, and before the last three weekends of the season, an exciting championship fight in the DTM is on the horizon. The Audi trio is still leading the overall standings with experienced driver Mattias Ekström at the top, but a total of eight drivers can still hope for the DTM crown, including BMW driver Glock in sixth place and second-placed Mercedes driver Lucas Auer after his victory. SPORT1 broadcasts the second race on Sunday live from 12.35 pm on SPORT1+ and from 23:30 pm on SPORT1. Moderator Sarah Winkhaus and commentator Peter Kohl will accompany the broadcasts, while familiar faces will also be on show at the Audi SPORT TT Cup, which will also be held at the Nürburgring. The reigning World Champion of the Red Bull Air Race, Matthias Dolderer, will be honoured to exchange his plane for the 310 hp TT cup, which will be followed by former motorcycle world champion Marco Melandri in the one-make cup. Meanwhile, the young motorsport talents are fighting for important points: The two dominating drivers currently are the leading Philipp Ellis and pursuer Mikel Azcona, Fabian Vettel, the little brother of Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel, will also compete for victory at the Nürburgring on Sunday after his second place on Saturday. For this purpose, the race will be broadcasted on SPORT1. de in the free LIVESTREAM from 10:05 am.