Crossing the DTM's manufacturer divide

Crossing the DTM's manufacturer divide

In his third year with Audi, Jamie Green looked set to end his long wait for a DTM title. It didn't come off - but, he tells MARCUS SIMMONS, he feels his switch from Mercedes has now been firmly justified

Jamie Green started his affiliation with Mercedes in 2003. A decade later, after a European Formula 3 title, eight DTM campaigns (and eight DTM wins) with the Stuttgart marque, he was in rival territory.

Green's switch to Audi in 2013 ended the agreement between the two manufacturers not to sign each other's driving talent. The British driver was in pastures new.

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