Marco Wittmann kept BMW at the top of DTM testing at Hockenheim for the second consecutive day.
The RMG BMW team driver posted a quickest time of 1m32.132s in his M4 DTM, going significantly quicker than the 1m33.316 he set in yesterday’s first day of Hockenheim testing.
Current DTM champion, Mike Rockenfeller, was the quickest Audi in second, but ended the day significantly slower than Wittmann with a 1m32.751s.
Christian Vietoris was third for Mercedes, while 2013 championship runner up Augusto Farfus was third, ahead of BMW stable-mate Timo Glock and Miguel Molina in the Abt Sportsline Audi who rounded out the top-six.
Rosberg Audi’s Jamie Green was seventh ahead of Mercedes DTM returnee Paul di Resta, while Abt Sportsline Audi’s Adrien Tambay was ninth. di Resta’s Mercedes stable-mate, Daniel Juncadella, rounded out the top-10
Schnitzer BMW’s Martin Tomczyk was 11th, and finished the day ahead of HWA Mercedes’ Pascal Wehrlein who propped up the timesheets in 12th, some 2.7s off of Wittmann’s best time.