German Motor Sport Federation

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German Motor Sport Federation
(Deutscher Motor Sport Bund)
SportAuto Racing
CategoryVarious discipline of motorsport
Jurisdiction Germany
 Europe
Founded1947
AffiliationFIA and FIM
Affiliation date2003
HeadquartersFrankfurt, Germany
PresidentHans-Joachim Stuck
Official website
www.dmsb.de
Germany
European Union

The German Motor Sport Federation[1][2] (German: Deutscher Motor Sport Bund or DMSB, formerly formerly known as Oberste Nationale Sportbehörde or ONS) is Germany's motor racing governing body. It is carried by the clubs ADAC, AvD and DMV, and represents Germany at FIA and FIM.

The DMSB-Staffel, founded in 1972 by Herbert Linge as ONS-Staffel, is considered the first mobile track marshaling crew, equipped with fast cars like Porsche 914 or Porsche 911, carrying fire extinguishers and doctors in order to arrive quickly at a crash site.

Racing series which organized by DMSB[edit]

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