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DTM: Audi Sport News Update, Munich


Good shot: Rahel Frey and Adrien Tambay received an archery lesson before the DTM show event in Munich by Student World Champion Christina Berger. The practice brought them luck. Tambay mounted the podium on Saturday for the first time in the DTM. On Sunday, Frey qualified for the final round of the last 16 with a clear victory against Dirk Werner.

Celebrities galore: The DTM show event in Munich attracted scores of prominent guests. Audi partner FC Bayern München was represented by national player Thomas Müller, Chairman of the Board Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and his board colleague Andreas Jung. Members of the German Ski Association (DSV) who paid a visit to the brand with the four rings were Alpine Director Wolfgang Maier, Coach Charly Waibel plus Simon Stickl and Daniel Bohnacker from the DSV Ski Cross Team. TV host Kai Pflaume was among the guests at the Audi Lounge in the Olympiapark as well.

Custard pie battle: At the DTM show event, Mattias Ekström experienced the fact that having a birthday on a race weekend can be a dangerous thing. His team-mates placed the birthday cake right in the middle of the Swede’s face, to the delight of the photographers.

High vantage point: Mike Rockenfeller enjoyed a very special view of the parallel race track at the Olympic Stadium in Munich. Together with a guide, the 2010 Le Mans winner climbed up to the roof of the stadium and enjoyed the impressive vista of the track, the city of Munich and the Alps.

Home round: Felix Petermann, an ice hockey player of the EHC Red Bull München, visited Audi factory driver Mattias Ekström at the DTM show event in Munich. The Red Bull racer invited the national player to sit in his Red Bull Audi A5 DTM.

Guest run: Timo Scheider proved his talent on two wheels yet again. At the DTM show event in Munich, he thrilled the spectators as a guest rider in a Super Motor Show race.

From Austria to Munich: Mattias Ekström traveled from the Red Bull Ring directly to the DTM show event in Munich. A select group of guests will long remember the Red Bull “Go with the Pro” drive training on Tuesday and Wednesday. The participants eagerly absorbed all the tips they received from the two-time DTM Champion for the race track in Styria.

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