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 |  Oct 18 2010, 11:14 AM

The German DTM Touring Car series is looking to make a foray into North America sometime around 2013, with a possible partnership involving NASCAR and Grand-Am.

In an interview with Autosport, the head of DTM’s promotion arm, Hans Werner Aufrecht said “In America, we are working with the NASCAR organisation. Beginning in 2013, we hope to have a championship with 12 races in the United States. They will be six with Grand-Am and six with NASCAR events, for a standalone championship in America. I believe this is very, very good for the future of motorsport in the United States.”

The timing of the races will coincide with the new generation of DTM cars, which will see technical regulations between DTM and the Japanese SuperGT series become standardized.

[Source: Autosport]

  • Nathan Stephens

    I hope this works with the current state of the world economy. I would be great to see the new series at great circuit like Watkins Glen, Road America, Circuit Of The Americans (Austin, Texas), Portland Int’l, Road Atlanta, Barber, Sebring, New Jersey, Infineon, Miller Motorsports Park, Indianapolis, Montreal, & Daytona