Motor racing-German DTM series to beat Formula One into China


LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - Germany's DTM touring car series will debut in China ahead of Formula One with a one-off non-championship race in Shanghai in July. Organisers said on Monday that the DTM, backed by manufacturers Opel, Mercedes and Audi, would race on a temporary street circuit layout. Formula One is due to make its debut in China on September 26 at a brand new circuit being built in Shanghai.

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