The last day of testing in Estoril was finished at the top by Nico Muller with Audi, ahead of teammate Tim Scheider. Gary Paffett came in third. Paffett was excellent in the last half hour, and close behind him finished another Audi and as the fifth to Costa with a BMW. Martin Maxime was the most active with BMW, but finished the test day in tenth place, followed by teammates Glock and Blomqvist. The next tests will be in Oschersleben, from 14 to 16 April, and then the season begins with the first race in Hockenheim on the first weekend in May. Hours: 1. Nico Muller Audi 1m32.443s 151 2. Timo Scheider Audi 1m32.586s + 0.143s 108 3. Gary Paffett Mercedes 1m32.640s + 0.197s 136 4. Miguel Molina Audi 1m32.673s
Official testing of the DTM series began in Estroil, where Jamie Green got on the first day with Audi. The Briton was almost half a second faster today than team-mate Rockenfeller, who finished second. Third and fourth place went to Mercedes (Paul di Resta and Pascal Wehelein). It is worth mentioning that the rockenfeller set the fastest time of the day in the morning, which is why Green did not have much competition in the afternoon, when the fastest lap of the first test day was formed. It is worth mentioning that it was very windy, with four Audi racers driving a total of 563 laps. In counting the laps, BMW followed with 490 and Mercedes with 356 laps. Behind the fifth Ekstrom with Audi we find one BMW, Bruno Spengler, but the champion from 2012 is left with the rest of the BMW races
It is not uncommon for a person to come across such a pearl while browsing through many videos on the Internet. The video will be appreciated by all nostalgics who miss the "male" sound of the legendary twelve-cylinder. In front of you is an hour and 44 minutes long shot of the race for the Portuguese Grand Prix in Estoril 1989, taken from a Ferrari race car Gerhard Berger. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72ITS_rYisw
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