Team MTEK's Bruno Spengler has kept BMW on the top of the DTM pile after setting the quickest time during a wet FP2 session around the Moscow Raceway.

BMW - running the least amount of performance weight out of three manufacturers - dominated yesterday's dry FP1 session with six M4 machines making the top-ten.

But while Spengler topped the timesheets with a 1 minute 39.820 second lap, the Canadian was one of only two BMW drivers to make the top-ten with Team RMG's Maxime Martin joining him in fourth position.

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Audi's Miguel Molina and the Mercedes of Robert Wickens both splitted the two BMW's in second and third position - almost a second off Spengler's best time.

The inclement weather conditions made for a greater variant in lap-time in comparison to yesterday's session.

Championship leader Mattias Ekstrom was the next best Audi in fifth position ahead of the ART Grand Prix Mercedes C63 of Gary Paffett in sixth.

Paffett's time was just 0.019's faster than Team Rosberg's Jamie Green in seventh while Christian Vietoris, Daniel Juncadella and Maximillian Gotz completed the top-ten for Mercedes.