Timo Glock has been given a three-place grid penalty for Sunday's DTM race at Lausitz after the MTEK BMW driver was judged to have impeded Daniel Juncadella during qualifying. The ex-Formula 1 driver, who had his first podium finish in the DTM last time out at Spielberg, had qualified 14th for the race, but will now start 17th.
After reviewing video evidence, race officials decided that Glock had breached two separate sporting regulations by impeding Juncadella's Mercedes while he left the pitlane during the session, and imposed the penalty.
Juncadella and Miguel Molina each move up two places on the grid to 13th and 14th respectively; the pair also benefiting from the five-place penalty imposed on Augusto Farfus for using an incorrect set of tires during practice.
Timo Scheider is the other beneficiary, the Audi driver gaining one place and moving into 16th.