The Audi of Mike Rockenfeller experienced was the fastest in free practice at the Circuit de contested DTM Hockenheimring Baden Wurttemberg.


The session started with BMW, and Audi’s have mostly taken the initiative and started dominating the early stages of training. Timo Scheider (Audi Sport Team Abt) dominated the timesheets for more than a second apart. But Mercedes appeared with its main figure, Gary Paffet (Euronics AMG Mercedes), who got first to the second half of Timo Scheider. Paffet extended the distance to another perfect lap.

Meanwhile, the Catalan Lloret de Mar, Miguel Molina (Audi Sport Team Phoenix) stopped to box after completing five laps, finishing in ninth place at the time.

Jaime Green (Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline), Audi, Gary Paffet exceeded by 6 percentage points at the time, proving that there was no dominant brand in the circuit.

As for the other Catalan, Daniel Juncadella (stern AMG Mercedes), continued to climb and improving his time, coming to ninth place.

After a few minutes, the former Formula 1 driver Timo Glock BMW (BMW Team MTEK), it got second between the two Mercedes, also Andy Priaulx BMW (BMW Team RMG) snuck third. But the next round, beating the BMW as Audi and Mercedes with Timo Glock’s that got to the front to just 51 milliseconds.

At the halfway point of the session, Andy Priaulx got it first.

When it came to Castellon Roberto Merhi, the Mercedes, after having been first top10 minutes to half session had to settle for the fourteenth position.

Mattias Ekström (Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline) Audi returned to the top of the list. The Swede was a jubilant moment, because it kept making fast lap after lap.

After 10 minutes of crushed dominated Mattias Ekström, the 2011 DTM champion Martin Tomczyk (BMW Team RMG) got it first, and began to be the fastest in all sectors, and a again.

Lacking only 20 minutes of free practice for the conclusion of a contested DTM Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg, the German Mike Rockenfeller (Audi Sport Team Phoenix), Catalan teammate Miguel Molina, snuck in the first place, only 38 milliseconds. In addition, Spanish Roberto Mehri snuck in a surprising third.

In the last ten minutes from the end, the vast majority of riders left the track, but none improved his time considerably.

After more than 15 minutes topping the timesheets Mike Rockenfeller, seen as moving in the upper wake up again, and after that you put leader Ekström, Rockenfeller gave him the position.

Finally first position followed by Rockenfeller and Mattias Ekström Augusto Farfus. Tenth Merhi, Molina fourteenth and nineteenth Juncadella.