FanCode to Stream 40th Season of DTM Racing Series in India

Throughout the whole 2024 DTM season, FanCode will provide live coverage of all races, practices, and qualifying. With Arjun Maini representing Mercedes-AMG Team HRT in the series, there is also an Indian connection.

By Divyam Dubey | on April 26, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

In India, the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) will stream exclusively on FanCode for its 40th anniversary season. A well-known sports car racing series that travels throughout Europe. The eight-event series runs from April 26, 2024, to October 20, 2024. Arjun Maini from India will be driving for Mercedes-AMG. He is the first Indian to race in the DTM series, which is a big deal. In 2021, Maini made history when he finished on the podium at Norisring in his first season. The DTM series features powerhouses like Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, and Porsche. Fans can watch everything from practice sessions to qualifying rounds to the races on FanCode.

With a lot of different teams and the exciting addition of Indian talent, the 2024 DTM series is sure to be a great show. It's a big deal for FanCode because it's the second major motorsport event on its website after F1.

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Subscription Plans on FanCode

DTM Racing

FanCode has several deals to choose from, such as the affordable Race Pass, which costs Rs 19 for one round. It's also possible to choose the monthly pass, which costs Rs 199, or the discounted annual pass, which costs Rs 999. You can watch live sports on FanCode's website or their mobile apps for Android or iOS. It's also streamed through apps for Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and JioTV. Each account lets you stream on up to four devices at the same time. 

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What is DTM?

The Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, or DTM, is a series of races for sports cars governed by ADAC. Although the series began in Germany, races occur all over Europe. Currently, the series races modified versions of Group GT3 grand touring cars. Cars look a lot like cars on the road, but they were custom-built to be racing machines. Teams can only use chassis/car and engine makers approved by the championship each season.

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