Why marrying DTM and SUPER GT is so complex

Why marrying DTM and SUPER GT is so complex

While a sheet of regulations now ties SUPER GT and DTM together, they are two fundamentally different championships. Work must still be done to secure a successful co-operative future for both series

What is the final goal of DTM and SUPER GT's alignment through the Class One regulations? Ask 10 people in the DTM paddock and you'll get 10 different answers.

That isn't a criticism of either party's process of navigating through a framework to unite two radically different series, more an explanation of just how much work is ahead, and how the path will likely take more detours than someone reading a map upside down.

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