BMW's Tom Blomqvist has described clinching an outstanding maiden DTM victory at Oschersleben as the 'biggest day' so far in his relatively short motorsport career.

Blomqvist was in unstoppable form during today's second race after his pole sitting RBM team mate Augusto Farfus failed to contain the fast starting Brit from snatching the lead away before they even arrived at turn one.

The 21-year old eventually romped home to 7.6 second triumph over Farfus to head a crushing BMW top four lockout, while guiding Team RBM to their first ever one-two DTM finish.

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"I am incredibly happy. This is perhaps the biggest day of my career so far. To win a race in my rookie season is fantastic," said Blomqvist.

"I noticed at the start of the season just how difficult it is to be successful in the DTM. Now everything came together this weekend and I managed to take the opportunity. It has made me hungry for more success."

Not surprisingly, BMW boss Jens Marquardt was full of praise for his rookie driver.

Blomqvist's win has helped moved BMW ahead of Audi in the manufacturers' table despite, what has at times, been arduous season for the 2012 and '13 constructors' winners.

"That was a sensational first win by our DTM rookie Tom Blomqvist. To find his feet so quickly in his first year, and to win a race in such dominant fashion, deserves the utmost respect," said Marquardt.

"He is also one of the youngest winners in DTM history. Augusto Farfus also enjoyed a very impressive race, meaning BMW Team RBM was able to repeat the achievement of BMW Team MTEK yesterday and claim a one-two today."