The 2015 DTM season was packed with highlights. Electrifying races, enthralling battles, beaming winners and frustrated losers. Every race weekend and each of the 18 races produced their own stories. The new race format made for pure racing and was well received by fans, drivers and those responsible. The 24 drivers provided top-class motor racing and a season that’s worth looking back on again and again. The official 2015 DTM yearbook represents the perfect opportunity to do so and is available with immediate effect.
Audi’s triumphal start into the season at Hockenheim and the Lausitzring, the ongoing Mercedes-Benz streak of success at the Norisring, the sensational BMW comeback at Zandvoort, Netherlands, and Pascal Wehrlein’s way to becoming the youngest DTM Champion in the history of the sport – all these and far more stories can be found in the 192-page book. Numerous pictures revive the season, informative statistics and portraits make for a descriptive overview. And the high quality of the book turns scrolling in it into a true pleasure.
The DTM yearbook also will be available from Wednesday at the Essen Motor Show where enthusiasts can have signed it by the DTM drivers on site. This weekend, several DTM drivers will visit the DTM booth in hall 3.
The brand-new yearbook of the 2015 season represents a highlight not only for die-hard DTM enthusiasts. It is available in the DTM shop or at the book trade under the order number ISBN 978-3-928540-83-4 for € 35 including shipping charges within Germany.
The 2015 DTM Yearbook:
- 192 pages
- 450 colour photos
- Format 235 x 330mm
- German text
- Extensive results and statistics
- Hardback, hardcover