7 December 1981 |
Rosenheim, West Germany
|Current team||BMW Team Schnitzer|
|Best finish||1st in 2011|
|Finished last season||19th (27 pts)|
|German Formula 3
Formula BMW ADAC
Formula BMW Junior
Martin Tomczyk (born 7 December 1981) is a German auto racing driver in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters for BMW Motorsport factory team Schnitzer. He was the DTM champion in 2011, third in 2007, fourth in 2006 and fifth in 2004, having won seven races.
In 2001 he moved up to the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters. In 2000 his best result was a fourth place on the Nürburgring where he also took the fastest of the race. He took his first pole position in Hockenheim 2002 but he retired from the race. In 2004 he took his first podium in Estoril. During 2004 he also finished second in Zandvoort, Oschersleben and Hockenheim on his way to finish fifth in the championship. Tomczyk took his first win in Catalunya 2006 where he also took pole. In 2007 he took two wins to finish third that season.
Eleven years after his DTM debut, he won the championship in 2011, driving for Team Phoenix, after nine races with three wins and a third-place finish in Valencia. In 2012, Tomczyk was signed as a BMW Team RBM driver, moving to Team RMG in 2013.
|2016||DTM||BMW Team Schnitzer||100||10||0||0||0||13||18th*|
|2015||DTM||BMW Team Schnitzer||77||18||0||0||0||27||19th|
|2014||DTM||BMW Team Schnitzer||10||10||0||0||1||49||6th|
|2013||DTM||BMW Team RMG||15||10||0||0||0||10||19th|
|2012||DTM||BMW Team RMG||1||10||0||0||1||69||8th|
|2003||DTM||Abt Sportsline Jr||14||9||0||0||0||1||16th|
|2001||DTM||Abt Sportsline Jr||22||20||0||0||1||23||13th|
|2000||German F3||Opel Team KMS||18||0||0||0||49||12th|
- † - Season still in progress.
- ‡ - Does not include non-championship races.
Complete Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters results
† Retired, but was classified as he completed 90% of the winner's race distance. 1 - A non-championship one-off race was held in 2004 at the streets of Shanghai, China. * Season still in progress.
- "DMSB-Präsident Tomczyk tritt zurück" (in German). Motorsport-Total.com. 2008-02-22. Retrieved 2009-05-24.
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