The agreement with Motorsport Network ensures that the V8-powered touring car championship is extensively covered editorially across Network platforms, including Motorsport.com, Autosport.com and Motorsport.tv.
Motorsport Network’s journalists will take up permanent station at all events to ensure primary source reporting from trackside, supported by local edition journalists in each of the countries hosting a round of the championship, ensuring in-depth pan-regional coverage is complemented by localised reporting around each race. Coverage will be across 21 editions in 17 languages.
Achim Kostron, General Manager of DTM promoter ITR GmbH said, “We are very happy to have established a new relationship with Motorsport Network. This partnership connects DTM with yet another global player who shares the same passion about motorsport and cars. One of our goals is to establish DTM on a broader international stage while also enhancing media coverage in the German-speaking countries. Together with Motorsport Network, we believe we can achieve exactly that.”
James Allen, Motorsport Network’s EMEA President, said, “Today’s agreement supplements our important media partnerships with WEC and Formula E. I’ve always really enjoyed DTM, having first attended a race in the 1990s. DTM continues to have good fundamentals; a highly charged season in prospect with exciting driving talent. This agreement is good news for the series and will serve our audiences well.”