The DTM will return to UK television screens after securing a new deal with Sky Sports.
The German-based touring car series had lost its UK coverage when the Setanta channel collapsed recently, leading to two rounds not being broadcast in the home country of championship leader Gary Paffett and other frontrunners such as Paul di Resta and Jamie Green.
Sky Sports will now show a one hour highlights package from each race on the following Wednesday.
"We always used to carry the DTM highlights on our World Motorsports Show but that programme finished after ten years at the end of 2008," said veteran commentator Andrew Marriott, who brokered the deal.
"Fortunately Sky have been able to find this stand alone slot in the schedules. There is no question that the DTM offers some of the best motor racing action anywhere on television."
Negotiations are also ongoing to secure a new broadcaster for live DTM coverage in the UK.