BMW has filled its six DTM seats for the 2017 season with its existing drivers, led by reigning champion Marco Wittmann.
All three DTM manufacturers are reducing their programmes from eight cars to six in 2017, but BMW's job was easier than its rivals, with Martin Tomczyk moving into the GT arena and Antonio Felix da Costa focusing on Formula E.
That means BMW will field an otherwise unchanged line-up of Wittmann, Bruno Spengler, Augusto Farfus, Timo Glock, Tom Blomqvist and Maxime Martin in 2017.
With Schnitzer and MTEK redeployed by BMW to sportscar campaigns, the RMG and RBM outfits will run BMW's six cars.
Wittmann will stay with RMG, joined by Glock and Farfus, while Blomqvist, Martin and Spengler will race for RBM.
Champion Wittmann won three of BMW's four races in 2016, with Glock taking the other, and Blomqvist its next-best driver in the championship in sixth.
"Our driver selection for 2017 once again includes some of the best the DTM has to offer," said BMW Motorsport director Jens Marquardt.
"Of course, everyone will be chasing champion Marco Wittmann. But our five other drivers have all claimed wins and proved their quality in the DTM.
"This consistency in the cockpit will do us good. Experience is extremely important in the DTM."