The 28-year-old Swiss prevailed after its success in the Spa at the lausitzring against the competition. On the second place of the South Africans Sheldon van der Linde, who secured BMW's first podium place this season went. Quali-winner Robin Frijns from the Netherlands was third ahead of former DTM Champion Marco Wittmann.
Muller was delighted with the third win in the third race: "It was tough today, Sheldon has set me under pressure." While Müller had a big lead, but slows down during a tempo limit after a failure of another vehicle from the former Audi-colleague Jonathan but your out of control, that the lead had shrunk to less than two seconds.
The fourth DTM race will take place on Sunday, once again at the lausitzring, instead of (13.30/Sat-1).
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