Start time, how to watch, and more

This is only the third time that DTM has held an event at the Ardennes site in its modern era, having previously visited the 7km track in 2005 and again in the 2020 season which was disrupted by the coronavirus.

The championship image took a big turn at the Nürburgring last time out, with Lamborghini star Mirco Bortolotti retiring twice, handing the title to BMW’s Sheldon van der Linde. In the first race, the Italian was fighting for victory with Red Bull ace Felipe Fraga when he hit both cars in a round in the last corner, giving Van der Linde the win. A separate collision with the Abt Audi of Kelvin van der Linde caused a hole in Race 2, dealing another big blow to his title hopes.

While Bortolotti was involved in two crashes and failed to collect a single point throughout the weekend, Sheldon van der Linde took victory in race one and then finished ninth in race two to gain a massive 21-point lead in the championship. .

Mercedes driver Lucas Auer was mostly under the radar at the Nürburgring, but fifth place and the podium lifted him to third in the championship, just four points behind Bortolotti.

Audi star Rene Rast suffered a miserable weekend at Eifel as he became an unlucky victim in multiple collisions, leading him to criticize DTM’s driving standards. With only three rounds left, including this weekend’s spa event, Rast faces a 29-point deficit against Van der Linde in his pursuit of a fourth title.

Rene Rast, Audi Sport Team Rosberg, Audi RS 5 DTM at the front

Rene Rast, Audi Sport Team Rosberg, Audi RS 5 DTM at the front

Photo: Audi Communications Motorsport

DTM Spa Session Timings

session

GMT

GMT

CEST

ET

PT

AEST

Japan time

IST

FP1

10:15

11:15

12:15

06:15

03:15

20:15

19:15

15:45

FP2

13:15

14:15

15:15

09:15

06:15

23:15

22:15

18:45

Qualification 1

08:05

09:05

10:05

04:05

01:05

18:05

17:05

13:35
Race 1 11:30

12:30

13:30

07:30

04:30

21:30

20:30

17:00
Qualification 2

08:05

09:05

10:05

04:05

01:05

18:05

17:05

13:35

2 . race

11:30

12:30 13:30

07:30

00:30

21:30

20:30

17:00

Dates for 2022 Spa DTM sessions in the UK and Portugal

Friday 9 September 2022

  • Free Workout 1: 11:15 – 12:00 GMT
  • Free Workout 2:14:15 – 16:00 GMT

Saturday 10 September 2022

  • Qualifiers 1: 09:05 – 09:25 GMT
  • Race 1: 12:30 GMT

Sunday 11 September 2022

  • Qualifier 2: 09:05 – 09:25
  • Race 2: 12:30 GMT

Dates for the 2022 Spa DTM sessions in Europe

Friday 9 September 2022

  • Free Workout 1: 12:15 – 13:00 CET
  • Free Practice 2:15:15-16:00 CEST

Saturday 10 September 2022

  • Qualifiers 1: 10:05 – 10:25 CET
  • Race 1: 13:30 CET

Sunday 11 September 2022

  • Qualifier 2:10:05 – 10:25 CET
  • Race: 13:30 CET

Dates of the 2022 Spa DTM sessions in the United States

Friday 9 September 2022

  • Free Workout 1: 06:15 – 07:00 ET / 03:15 – 04:00 PT
  • Free Workout 2: 9:15 – 10:00 ET / 06:15 – 07:00 PT

Saturday 10 September 2022

  • Qualifiers 1: 04:05 – 04:25 EST / 01:05 – 01:25 PT
  • First race: 07:30 ET / 04:30 PT

Sunday 11 September 2022

  • Qualifier 2: 04:05 – 04:25 ET / 01:05 – 01:25 PT
  • Race 2: 07:30 ET / 04:30 PT

Dates of the 2022 Spa DTM sessions in Australia

Friday 9 September 2022

  • Free Workout 1:20:15 – 21:00 AEST
  • FREE Workout 2: 23:15 – 00:00 AEST

Saturday 10 September 2022

  • Qualifiers 1 – 18:05 – 18:25 AST
  • Race 1: 21:30 AEST

Sunday 11 September 2022

  • Qualifier 2: 18:05 – 18:25 AST
  • Race 2: 21:30 AEST

Dates for the 2022 DTM Spa sessions in Africa

Friday 9 September 2022

  • Free Workout 1: 12:15 – 13:00 Saturday / 13:15 – 14:00 Eat
  • Free Workout 2:15:15 – 16:00 Saturday / 16:15 – 17:00 Eating

Saturday 10 September 2022

  • Qualification 1: 10:05 – 10:25 Saturday / 11:05 – 11:25 Eat
  • Race 1: 13:30 Saturday / 14:30 Saturday

Sunday 11 September 2022

  • Qualification 2:10:05 – 10:25 Saturday / 11:05 – 11:25 Eat
  • Race: 13:30 Saturday / 14:30 Saturday

Dates for the 2022 DTM Spa sessions in Japan

Friday 9 September 2022

  • Free exercise 1:19:15 – 20:05 JST
  • Free exercise 2:22:15 – 23:00 JST

Saturday 10 September 2022

  • Qualifiers 1: 17:05 – 17:25 JST
  • Race 1: 20:30 GMT

Sunday 11 September 2022

  • Qualifier 2:17:05-17:25 JST
  • Race: 20:30 GMT

Dates of 2022 Spa DTM sessions in India

Friday 9 September 2022

  • Free Workout 1: 15:45 – 16:30 IST
  • Free Practice 2:18:45 – 19:30 IST

Saturday 10 September 2022

  • Qualifiers 1: 13:35 – 13:55 India Time
  • Race 1: 17:00 IST

Sunday 11 September 2022

  • Qualifiers 2:35 – 13:55 IST
  • Race 2: 17:00 IST

How can I watch DTM Spa races?

Europe:

  • Austria – ProSieben
  • France – Automoto La Chaine
  • Germany – ProSieben
  • Ireland – BT Sport
  • Monaco – Automoto La Chen
  • NETHERLANDS – Ziggo Sport
  • Poland – eleven sports
  • Switzerland – SRF / RSI / RTS
  • United Kingdom – BT Sport 4

Americas:

  • Canada – Car Direction On Demand
  • USA – Car Direction On Demand

Africa:

Asia:

  • Bahrain – beIN Sports
  • China – IQIYI Sports
  • Indonesia – Mola TV
  • India: Eurosport
  • Japan – J Sports
  • Malaysia – beIN Sports
  • Philippines – beIN Sports
  • Qatar – beIN Sports
  • Singapore – beIN Sports
  • Thailand – beIN Sports
  • United Arab Emirates – beIN Sports

Oceania:

  • Australia – beIN Sports
  • New Zealand – beIN Sports / Spark / Three

Can I stream a DTM Spa Tour?

yes, Motorsport.tv They will stream DTM Spa Tour Live in the following countries:

  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia
  • Hungary
  • Spain
  • Italia
  • South Korea
  • Switzerland

Here’s How You Can Watch The DTM Spa Tour Motorsport.tv:

DTM also provides free live streaming on its website in select countries. check the DTM . network for more information.

How many DTM racing cycles?

Both Spa races will last 50 minutes plus one lap, with the duration reduced by five minutes compared to the standard DTM race.

Will there be fans at the spa?

Yes, fans will be allowed in the spa. To buy tickets, click here.

What support classes will be in operation at the spa?

Fans will once again be treated to the sight of historic car traffic with the DTM Classic DRM Cup, as well as the DTM Cup for GT4 machines. Lotus Cup Europe, Maxx Formula and BMW M2 Cup are also included on the support bill.

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