DTM extends ServusTV broadcast deal until 2025

Red Bull-owned network signs three-year extension covering Germany and Austria.

German Touring Car Masters (DTM) has extended its broadcast deal with Red Bull-owned ServusTV in Germany and Austria until 2025.


  • Three-year extension covers the ADAC GT Masters and ADAC GT4 Germany
  • All series to be available on ServusTV On live digital platform for free

Context: ServusTV originally acquired the rights to DTM back in 2021, before signing a one-year extension last season. This latest contract represents the biggest commitment from the Salzburg-based broadcaster yet, with ServusTV already being the official TV partner of the touring car series in Austria. This adds to ServusTV's comprehensive motorsport portfolio, having signed a two-year extension with the World Rally Championship (WRC) in January and holding the free-to-air broadcast rights for Formula One in Austria unitl 2026.

Comment: A DTM statement read: ‘All the races can be watched live or on catch-up on the channel of the official TV partner of the DTM in Austria. Viewers in Germany can look forward to watching the best moments from all the DTM races on ServusTV Deutschland, with 60 minutes of highlights being shown shortly after each race on Saturday and Sunday, on free-to-air TV.’

Coming next: The 2023 DTM season gets underway in Oschersleben, Germany, from 26th to 28th May.

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