tronnedLove the old DTM racing.
Then you will love this,
If he wanted to have a shot at the 1994 DTM-title, Alessandro Nannini of Alfa Romeo had to finish as high up as possible and certainly in front of championship leader Klaus Ludwig of Mercedes. Nannini started last and was charging through the field. He was in front of Ludwig and up to fourth place when he was hit from behind by another Mercedes driver: Roland Asch. Nannini spun and he stalled the Alfa Romeo 155. Asch robbed him of the title Nannini was going to win at that point, but Nannini wasn't in the mood to let the German get away with it. He rushed to the Alfa Corse pits, put on fresh tires and went back on the track. Looking for Asch. And revenge.
*Dutch commentary warning*
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