Audi's Adrien Tambay says he not resting on his Hockenheim laurels as the DTM circus arrives for round two at Oschersleben.

Tambay displayed his strongest DTM weekend do date at the Hockenheimring after impressively claiming a maiden pole-position in his Abt-run RS 5.

Sadly the young Frenchman couldn't quite emulate his Saturday form come race day but still ended the opening round with a third place finish to clinch his second podium in the series.

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Tambay previously made the rostrum in his debut 2012 season at Valencia with a surprise second place finish.

"In the DTM, you can't be happy about a successful weekend for very long," he said.

"The pole position and the podium at Hockenheim have long been 'ticked off' because the game starts all over again at Oschersleben.

"So we're just taking the great emotions from the opener with us and are going to attack again at Oschersleben."