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The 1993 Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft season was the tenth season of the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft (German Touring Car Championship) motor racing series. It was the first DTM to utilize FIA Class 1 Touring Cars regulations which limited engines to a maximum of six cylinders and 2.5 litres capacity, but allowed liberal modifications to engine, chassis and aerodynamics. Italian driver Nicola Larini won the championship for Alfa Corse after scoring 11 wins (series record) ahead of Roland Asch and Bernd Schneider, both driving for the AMG-Mercedes team.
Numbers from 51 entered the 2000 Cup, drivers with the asterisk took part at Donington non-championship round.
Points system is as follows: 1st=20, 2nd=15, 3rd=12, 4th=10, 5th=8, 6th=6, 7th=4, 8th=3, 9th=2, 10th=1
† Not classified in championship due to only entering in non-championship event.
‡ Non-championship event.
1993 Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft Wikipedia