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DTM 1990 » Diepholz Round 18 Results

P
Nr
Cl
Driver
Nat
Entrant
Car
Lap
Time
Best
Gd
1
9
Bigazzi M Team
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
38
39:47.91
1:01.730
3
2
11
BMW M Team Linder
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
38
5.27
4
3
3
BMW M Team Schnitzer
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
38
22.03
2
4
10
Bigazzi M Team
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
38
25.75
14
5
19
BMW M Team Zakspeed
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
38
27.34
12
6
7
AMG Motorenbau GmbH
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo2
38
28.44
20
7
77
AMG Motorenbau GmbH
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo
38
34.00
5
8
44
Schmidt Motorsport Technik
Audi V8 Quattro
38
52.04
10
9
18
BMW M Team Zakspeed
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
38
57.55
9
10
5
Opel Team Irmscher
Opel Omega 3000 24V
38
58.59
11
11
30
MM Diebels Alt
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
38
58.87
15
12
14
Snobeck Racing Service
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo
38
59.96
23
13
60
AMG Motorenbau GmbH
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo
37
+ 1 LAP
22
14
36
Tauber Motorsport
BMW M3
37
+ 1 LAP
16
15
16
MS-Jet Racing
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo
37
+ 1 LAP
7
16
6
AMG Motorenbau GmbH
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo2
37
+ 1 LAP
1
17
40
BAS
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo
36
+ 2 LAPS
17
18
2
BMW M Team Schnitzer
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
35
+ 3 LAPS
19
19
20
BMW M Team Zakspeed
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
31
+ 7 LAPS
18
20
8
Bigazzi M Team
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
29
+ 9 LAPS
21
21
24
BMW Isert
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
29
+ 9 LAPS
13
Not classified
R
15
Snobeck Racing Service
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo
14
DNF
8
R
45
Schmidt Motorsport Technik
Audi V8 Quattro
14
DNF
6
NS
17
MS-Jet Racing
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo
0
DNS
-
NS
49
Vereinigung Süddeutscher Automobilsportler
BMW M3
0
DNS
-
NS
23
BMW Isert
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
0
DNS
-
NS
31
MM Diebels Alt
BMW M3 Sport Evolution
0
DNS
-
NS
22
Valier Motorsport
BMW M3
0
DNS
-
NS
4
Opel Team Irmscher
Opel Omega 3000 24V
0
DNS
-
NS
33
Gerd Ruch Motorsport
Ford Mustang GT
0
DNS
-

Circuit info
Notes
Date of race:   1990-08-05
Fastest lap:
Joachim WINKELHOCK
1:01.730
Total laps led:
Joachim WINKELHOCK
27
Altfrid HEGER
11

Fabien Giroix, Klaus Ludwig, Steve Soper, Karl Wendlinger and Roland Asch had to switch to their spare cars and started the race at the back of the field.