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Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport

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MERCEDES-AMG TEAM MUCKE MOTORSPORT WILL AGAIN RELY ON SPACE DRIVE TECHNOLOGY IN THE 2022 DTM

When the Mercedes-AMG GT3 enters the DTM grid, one thing is different: The Space Drive technology carrier with the #18 has no mechanical connection between the steering unit and the steering gear. All steering signals are passed on electronically and information on the road conditions is fed back to the driver in real time. In … Continue reading

FIRST DTM PODIUM FOR SPACE DRIVE MERCEDES-AMG GT3 AND MERCEDES-AMG TEAM MUCKE MOTORSPORT

The #18 Mercedes-AMG GT3 with Maximilian Buhk achieves the first podium finish – 3rd place – with a steer-by-wire vehicle at the DTM season finale at the Norisring and thus writes racing history, a season finale made to measure after two times 67 laps! The final minutes of the 2021 DTM season were as exciting … Continue reading

DTM POINTS FOR MARVIN DIENST AND MERCEDES-AMG TEAM MUCKE MOTORSPORT

It was a rollercoaster of emotions for Marvin Dienst, who represented regular driver Maximilian Buhk at the Hockenheimring, and the Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport squad. On Sunday, however, the Lamertheimer was rewarded with six points for seventh place. The #18 Mercedes AMG GT3 with Space Drive steer-by-wire technology, which requires no mechanical connection at all … Continue reading

MISSED CHANCES AND POINTS GAINED FOR MERCEDES-AMG TEAM MUCKE AT THE RED BULL RING

The 5th DTM weekend brought a rollercoaster of emotions for the Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport team at the Austrian Red Bull Ring. In the 9th round of the DTM season on Saturday, a time penalty of five seconds relegated Maximilian Buhk to 12th place in his #18 Mercedes-AMG GT3, which is equipped with the Space … Continue reading

DTM COMEBACK OF DOUBLE CHAMPION NOT POSSIBLE IN THE 2021 SEASON

Gary Paffett will no longer compete for Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport in the 2021 DTM season. Travel restrictions and the Corona pandemic make a comeback for the two-time DTM champion impossible. Instead, AMG driver Maximilian Buhk, driving the #18 Mercedes-AMG GT3, which is equipped with the Space Drive digital steering system and has no mechanical … Continue reading

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