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Oschersleben DTM: Miguel Molina excluded, Marco Wittmann on pole

Miguel Molina, Abt Audi, Oschersleben DTM 2014

Miguel Molina has been stripped of his pole position for the second DTM race of the season at Oschersleben.

The Abt Audi driver was fastest in Saturday's qualifying session by more than half a second, but his RS5 failed scrutineering, the rear wing found to have 2.7mm too much overhang.

As a result, Molina will start the race from the back of the grid.

Molina's exclusion hands pole position to points leader Marco Wittmann's RMG BMW, with Adrien Tambay joining him on the front row.

Follow the Oschersleben DTM race as it happens on AUTOSPORT Race Centre Live from 12.30pm UK time on Sunday May 18

Revised grid:

Pos  Driver                  Team/Car
 1.  Marco Wittmann          RMG BMW
 2.  Adrien Tambay           Abt Audi
 3.  Antonio Felix da Costa  MTEK BMW
 4.  Timo Scheider           Phoenix Audi
 5.  Mike Rockenfeller       Phoenix Audi
 6.  Bruno Spengler          Schnitzer BMW
 7.  Edoardo Mortara         Abt Audi
 8.  Augusto Farfus          RBM BMW
 9.  Pascal Wehrlein         HWA Mercedes
10.  Jamie Green             Rosberg Audi
11.  Mattias Ekstrom         Abt Audi
12.  Martin Tomczyk          Schnitzer BMW
13.  Maxime Martin           RMG BMW
14.  Nico Muller             Rosberg Audi
15.  Joey Hand               RBM BMW
16.  Christian Vietoris      HWA Mercedes
17.  Gary Paffett            HWA Mercedes
18.  Timo Glock              MTEK BMW
19.  Robert Wickens          HWA Mercedes
20.  Paul di Resta           HWA Mercedes
21.  Daniel Juncadella       Mucke Mercedes
22.  Vitaly Petrov           Mucke Mercedes
23.  Miguel Molina           Abt Audi
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