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GP4 DTM OC 2013 Logo
Championship Leader : Luca Farina
Previous: 2012 Next: 2014
Parent series:
Tier 1: GP4 OC
Tier 2: GP4 GP2 OC

The 2013 DTM Offline Championship will be the fourth DTM championship in the GP4 feed and will be run on the DTM 2015 mod. The series is run by deoka a.k.a Florian Völker and works as the third tier, behind GP4 GP2 OC and GP4 OC.




Teams and DriversEdit

Manufacturer Car Team Number Drivers Rounds
Audi Audi RS5 DTM ABT 5
Malaysia
Azrul Zafri
1-2
11
France
Xavi Perez
1-2
13
Britain
Andy Higgs
1-2
16
Brazil
Rodrigo Gomes
1-2
ABT-Sport 20
Italy
Luca Farina
1-2
42
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Shaun Grant
1-2
Team Phoenix 46
Hungary
Balint Szolga
1-2
93
Austria
Marco Beutel
1-2
Mercedes Mercedes AMG C63 DTM Team Mercedes-Benz 23
United States
Jay Barker
1-2
27
Britain
Sam Thompson
1-2
28
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Robin Keerles
1-2
44
Britain
Michael Mocho
1-2
45
Latvia
Rens Jans
1-2
66
Britain
Adam Wolf
1-2
BMW BMW M4 DTM Team MTEK 2
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Eoin Carpenter
1-2
21
Britain
Alex Southgate
1-2
Team RBM 3
Canadian
Angus Munroe
1-2
7
Britain
Victor Ibobo
1-2
Team RMG 24
Wales
Jamie Griffiths
1-2
25
Russia
Maxim Titkov
1-2
Team Schnitzer 11
Switzerland
Joel Hutter
1-2
95
Australian
Xavier Quinlan
1-2

Pre-Season Testing ResultsEdit

Venue Date Fastest Driver Time
Germany
EuroSpeedway Lausitz, Brandenburg
23rd June 2018
Britain
Andy Higgs
1.16.440
Spain
Circuit de Catalunya, Spain
24th June 2018
Britain
Michael Mocho
1.32.085

Season CalendarEdit

Round Circuits Date
1
Germany
Hockenheimring, Hockenheim (New)
July 1st, 2018
2
Czech
Brno Circuit, Czech Republic
July 15th, 2018
3
Turkey
Istanbul Park Circuit, Turkey
4
Spain
Circuit de Catalunya, Spain
5
Austria
Red Bull Ring, Austria
6
Britain
Silverstone Circuit, Great Britain
7
Germany
Nürburgring, Nürburg
8
Canadian
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Canada
9
Germany
Hockenheimring, Hockenheim (Old)
10
Belgium
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
11
Italy
Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy


ResultsEdit

Round Track Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Constructor
1
Germany
Hockenheimring
Australian
Xavier Quinlan
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Eoin Carpenter
Austria
Marc Beutel
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Audi (Team Phoenix)
2
Czech
Brno Circuit
Australian
Xavier Quinlan
Australian
Xavier Quinlan
Australian
Xavier Quinlan
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BMW (Team Schnitzer)
3
Turkey
Istanbul Park
4
Spain
Circuit de Catalunya
5
Austria
Red Bull Ring
6
Britain
Silverstone
7
Germany
Nürburgring
8
Canadian
Montréal
9
Germany
Hockenheimring (old)
10
Belgium
Spa-Francorchamps
11
Italy
Monza


Drivers ChampionshipEdit

Points are awarded to the top eight classified finishers using the following structure:

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
Points 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1
  • Italic means the drivers who sets the fastest lap in the race.
  • Bold means the drivers who took pole position in the race.
Pos. Driver Manufacturer Grand Prix


Points

HOC

Germany

BRN

Czech

IST

Turkey

CAT

Spain
RBR
Austria
SIL
Britain
NÜR
Germany
MTL
Canadian
HOC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
1
Italy
Luca Farina
Audi 3 2 14
2
Austria
Marc Beutel
Audi 1 18 10
3
Australian
Xavier Quinlan
BMW Ret 1 10
4
Britain
Andy Higgs
Audi 2 11 8
5
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Shaun Grant
Audi 4 6 8
6
Brazil
Rodrigo Gomes
Audi 10 3 6
7
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Robin Keerles
Mercedes-Benz 18 4 5
8
Britain
Victor Ibobo
BMW 13 5 4
9
Latvia
Rens Jans
Mercedes-Benz 5 17 4
10
Britain
Michael Mocho
Mercedes-Benz 7 7 4
11
Switzerland
Joel Hutter
BMW 6 15 3
12
Britain
Sam Thompson
Mercedes-Benz 8 8 2
13
France
Xavi Perez
Audi 14 9 0
14
Britain
Adam Wolf
Mercedes-Benz 9 16 0
15
Malaysia
Azrul Zafri
Audi 11 10 0
16
Britain
Jamie Griffiths
BMW 19 12 0
17
Britain
Alex Southgate
BMW 12 Ret 0
18
Russia
Maxim Titkov
BMW 16 13 0
19
Hungary
Balint Szolga
Audi 15 14 0
20
United States
Jay Barker
Mercedes-Benz 17 19 0
21
Canadian
Angus Munroe
BMW 20* 20 0
22
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Eoin Carpenter
BMW Ret 21 0
  • Race positions marked with an asterisk (*) means that the driver who achieved it, failed to finish the race, but was classified.