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Super Tourenwagen Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Super Tourenwagen Cup, or German Supertouring Championship, was a touring car racing series held between 1994 and 1999 in Germany.

The championship was established when BMW and Audi both left the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft (DTM) in 1992, after the series had adopted the more expensive Class 1 Touring Cars rules. STW would run to Super Touring regulations for the full six years of its existence. The demise of the championship turned out to be the revival of the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (also abbreviated to DTM) in 2000, as the factory teams pulled out of the STW for the new series. The STW was succeeded by its second level series, the Deutsche Tourenwagen Challenge, and later the ADAC Procar Series.

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Full list of champions

Year Champion Car Team
1994 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto BMW 318is BMW Motorsport
1995 Germany Joachim Winkelhock BMW 320i Schnitzer Motorsport
1996 Italy Emanuele Pirro Audi A4 Quattro A.Z.K/R.O.C.
1997 France Laurent Aïello Peugeot 406 Peugeot Esso
1998 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto BMW 320i BMW Motorsport Team Schnitzer
1999 Germany Christian Abt Audi A4 Quattro Abt Sportsline

Race winners

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