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When things don't go to plan...

The DTM releases a new video showcasing some of the times that things have gone wrong over the past decade or so, featuring the likes of Tom Kristensen and Peter Dumbreck...



Tagged as: Tom Kristensen , Dumbreck

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Start of the race - leading from pole is #1 Bruno Spengler (CDN), BMW Team Schnitzer, BMW M3 DTM  (Photo Credit: DTM)
Tom Kristensen demos the Audi A5 DTM at Hockenheim [Pic credit: Audi]
[L-R]: Martin Tomczyk, Tom Kristensen and Paul di Resta, Barcelona 2009 [pic credit: DTM Media]
Tom Kristensen, Audi Sport Team Abt, 2009 [pic credit: DTM Media]
Tom Kristensen
Tom Kristensen will step back from the DTM after the 2009 season   [pic credit: Audi]
Audi will run an unchanged line-up in the 2009 DTM   [pic credit: Audi Motorsport]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt A4 [pic credit: DTM Media]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt A4 [pic credit: DTM Media]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt A4 [pic credit: DTM Media]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt A4 [pic credit: DTM Media]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt A4 [pic credit: DTM Media]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt   [pic credit: Audi Motorsport]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt   [pic credit: Audi Motorsport]
Top three Tom Kristensen, Mattias Ekstrom and Timo Scheider celebrate at Hockenheim   [pic credit: Audi Motorsport]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt   [pic credit: Audi Motorsport]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt   [pic credit: Audi Motorsport]
Tom Kristensen - Audi Sport Team Abt   [pic credit: Audi Motorsport]

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