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Brands Hatch or Donington Park in line to host UK DTM round in 2018

Share this article on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Email The DTM is poised to return to Britain next year, with Brands Hatch or Donington Park in line to host an event on an expanded 10-round 2018 schedule. The German touring car series has not held a round in the UK since 2013, when the Brands Hatch Indy Circuit hosted the second round of that season. Autosport understands a British round has provisionally been scheduled for the April 21-22 weekend, which would make it the 2018 season opener. It remains unclear whether this would be at Brands Hatch or Donington, which last hosted DTM in 2003 (pictured above), although any return to Brands would take place on the full GP loop and not the Indy layout. Italy is also in line for a DTM return for the first time since Adria last hosted a race in 2010. Misano is believed to be the favoured venue, and would likely be given an August 11-12 date to coincide with the foreign holidaying season. Of the eight venues on the 2017 calendar, only Moscow Raceway will be dropped, with Lausitz set to continue hosting a race despite its sale to automotive testing company DEKRA earlier in the year. The Norisring, Zandvoort, Nurburgring, Red Bull Ring and Hungaroring rounds are all expected to retain their calendar slots. Hockenheim will continue to host two rounds, including the season finale. Potential 2018 DTM calendar April 21-22 TBA (Brands Hatch or Donington Park) May 5-6 Hockenheim May 19-20 Lausitz June 2-3 Hungaroring June 23-24 Norising July 14-15 Zandvoort August 11-12 Misano September 8-9 Nurburgring September 22-23 Red Bull Ring October 13-14 Hockenheim


Red Bull boss Horner: 2018 Formula 1 engine rules ‘barking mad’

Share this article on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Email Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has called Formula 1's move to three engines for whole of the 2018 season "barking mad". Red Bull, whose drivers have been hit by engine-related grid penalties at six grands prix this season, has previously suggested that the current limit should be kept in place next year. That proposal was blocked by Ferrari. "We've only just got through this year on six engines. "To go to three next year for more races is nutty, to be honest. "You're still burning these engines up on the dyno, but the reality is it doesn't save any money. "We want to see the guys out on the track. Obviously don't throw caution to the wind with costs, but for me five engines for a 21-race championship would be a more sensible and logical number." Horner hopes his drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo make it through the Abu Dhabi GP weekend without further penalties. "Today we've got older units in the car that have been previously used, so if we can get through P1 and P2 today without an engine change then that puts us in a better position for Saturday and Sunday, when hopefully we can throw caution to the wind a bit," he said.