DTM is racing in Moscow right now. I didn't pay much attention during last year's race, because of relationship problems back then, only remembered that I didn't like the track. In contrast to last year they are currently using the full and not the sprint layout, yet it still looks too sterile to me (somehow like the Queensland "paperclip"). Except for the long straight it obviously also lacks good overtaking spots.
Agree on all four tracks that you mentioned, great tracks and would love to see them there. Guess Spa, Brno and Portimao are a bit too long for the DTM, spectators wouldn't see the cars a lot due to the track lengths.
Guangzhou was officially replaced by Zandvoort today, so happy, absolutely love Zandvoort, another one of the great old tracks.
Former Formula One driver Mark Webber has suffered a major crash in the 6 hours race of Sao Paulo, the last event of this year's World Endurance Championship.
Webber ran the final stint of the race in the #20 Porsche 919 Hybrid until he crashed head on into the concrete wall on the outside of the high speed turn 14 at Interlagos - the same circuit that hosts the Brazilian GP. It is unclear at the moment what exactly happened, but the incident also involved the #90 AF Corse Ferrari driven by Cressoni, suggesting they may have touched.
Webber was extracted from his car and driven to the medical centre for chek-ups. He is however fine, as confirmed by the Porsche Racing team, and himself with a thumbs up when lying on the stretcher. Cressoni was also reporting as being fine after the crash.
The race was subsequently neutralized by a safety car, requiring the racecars to queue up for the final 25 minutes. The race finished behind the safety car with Porsche's #14 of Neel Jani taking the team's first WEC victory, fulfilling Porsche's target at the beginning of the year.
Toyota Racing meanwhile were crowned constructors' champions of the 2014 WEC championship after finishing second and fourth at today's race.
The race was also the final one for Tom Kristensen. The 47 year old Dane announced his departure from motorsport earlier but managed to round off his career with a third place finish at Sao Paulo.