Robert Wickens won the first race of the DTM at Zandvoort, while Jamie Green scored the win in the second race. However, none of the two closed a weekend round, which ultimately has meant that there are no changes in the top of the classification. In this aspect, regularity is still the big asset of Marco Wittmann to keep the lead of the DTM. After the two races at Zandvoort, the champion of the DTM in 2014, leads in the overall with 105 points, seven more than those who has own Jamie Green.
The new dynamics and functioning of the system of weights of compensation is giving the DTM equal that lost in 2015. This fact, joined to the similar performance between the three cars present in the championship has resulted in nine different drivers to get win throughout the first ten races, being Edo Mortara the only one who has managed to repeat the triumph. In this aspect, up to the podiums has a very high price as demonstrated by the fact that Robert Wickens is the only pilot who has managed to get on the podium on two occasions during the same weekend. It was in Lausizting.
With all Marco Wittmann is the first driver to pass the hundred of points, while Jamie Green is at the gates with 98 units. Ten points behind is situated Edo Mortara after the controversial penalty received in Zandvoort, while Robert Wickens is is 22 points behind the leader. Given the great equality present any of the four pilots has great options to get the title, but in this aspect there are even put in the betting to Paul Di Resta, in the absence of six races is 29 points, Marco Wittmann. The DTM is that it burns!