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Marco Wittmann has wrestled back the DTM championship lead from Robert Wickens as the pair shared a victory each at Moscow Raceway, as BMW dominated race two by taking the top four spots at the chequered flag.

The 2014 DTM champion enjoyed a flawless lights-to-flag victory drive to give himself a 12-point lead in the drivers' standings over Wickens, who could only back up his race one win with fifth place after being cut adrift from the BMW quartet.

Wittmann maintained a useful gap to Tom Blomqvist through the race, with the British driver unlikely to seriously challenge his BMW colleague considering his place in the championship standings, while Bruno Spengler rounded out the podium places.

With Augusto Farfus taking a lonely fourth, Wickens narrowly fended off Edoardo Mortara at the chequered flag to take fifth.

The pair lead home a competitive midfield battle as Nico Muller grabbed seventh, Adrien Tambay in eighth as Mattias Ekstrom and Lucas Auer completed the points-paying places.



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