https://www.autosport.com/dtm/news/149182/audi-to-quit-dtm-at-the-end-of-2020 Audi has announced it will not take part in the DTM beyond the 2020 season, leaving BMW in the series as the only manufacturer. Having made the announcement on Monday, Audi cited the desire to focus its energies on its Formula E and customer racing projects and also the negative economic consequences of the global coronavirus pandemic. Audi had however been known to be weighing up its future involvement in the German tin-top series even before the COVID-19 crisis. The decision follows parent brand Volkswagen's decision to terminate its non-electric motorsport programmes last year. "Audi has shaped the DTM and the DTM has shaped Audi," commented Markus Duesmann, Audi's Chairman of the Board of Management. "This demonstrates what power lies in motorsport - technologically and emotionally," "With this energy, we're going to drive our transformation into a provider of sporty, sustainable electric mobility forward.