DTM race calendar 2024

DTM returns to the track for a new eight-round season in 2024. The action-packed German racing series, consisting of 16 races on eight of Europe’s best racing circuits, will be more entertaining than ever.

They will visit tracks in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands between April and October. The 2024 season will kick off at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben at the end of April, followed by races at the Lausitzring before the championship heads to Zandvoort for its visit to the Netherlands.

After Zandvoort, the championship heads to the Norisring, the only street circuit in Germany and in fact on the calendar. After the weekend at the Nürburgring, there will be four races at the Sachsenring and Red Bull Ring in September. The champion will be determined at the season finale to be held at the Hockenheimring on October 20.

DTM race calendar

  1. 26-28/04/2024 – Motorsport Arena Oschersleben
  2. 24-26/05/2024 – DEKRA Lausitzring
  3. 07-09/06/2024 – Circuit Zandvoort (Netherlands)
  4. 05-07/07/2024 – Norisring
  5. 16-18/08/2024 – Nurburgring
  6. 06-08/09/2024 – Sachsenring
  7. 27-29/09/2024 – Red Bull Ring (Austria)
  8. 18-20/10/2024 – Hockenheim Baden-Württemberg

What’s new in DTM’s 2024 season?

Having acquired the trademark rights to DTM, ADAC is using synergies to create future-proof and sustainable structures for the top classes in the track racing scene. On the path to introducing synthetic fuels in the future, DTM will use an environmentally friendly and innovative fuel from Shell made from 50% renewable components from 2023 as part of a new sustainability concept.

The DTM’s tried and tested one driver per car concept continues. The calendar consists of eight rounds and sees the series focus on Germany as the core of the brand, without compromising on outings at internationally renowned circuits. The 2024 DTM season can be watched for free this season, just like last season.

ADAC continues with the successful concept of DTM and will retain the features that make the DTM brand so special for just under 40 years. The format remains the same with one driver per car and two races per event. Tire changes also continue to be a crucial factor in the outcome of races, with teams fighting for every fraction of a second in high-performance pit stops.

Premium manufacturer and Formula 1 supplier Pirelli will supply standard tires from 2023. SRO Motorsports Group’s renowned automobile classification will ensure equal opportunity in the field. Sustainability now plays a very important role at DTM. Shell’s innovative and renewable fuel, which was successfully used in the ADAC GT Masters in 2022, will also be used in the DTM from 2023.

The “Bottle Free Zone” initiative, launched in collaboration with BWT, is in the paddock to help reduce plastic waste. As series organizer, ADAC will make economically relevant decisions for the teams. Significant measures are also planned to be taken to reduce budgets for competitors.