Audi places Jamie Green at Abt for 2013 DTM season

Jamie Green has been placed with Abt Sportsline for his maiden season with Audi in the DTM

Audi places Jamie Green at Abt for 2013 DTM season

The 30-year-old Briton confirmed last December that he was switching to the Ingolstadt marque after spending eight years with Mercedes.

He was announced as one half of a pairing with two-time champion Mattias Ekstrom for the 2013 season following at the Geneva Motor Show.

Timo Scheider and Adrien Tambay will fill the remaining spots at the four-car Abt team, as they did last year.

Edoardo Mortara and Filipe Albuquerque remain as the Team Rosberg line-up while Phoenix Racing's Miguel Molina and Mike Rockenfeller stay put as well.

Audi also announced that its A5 DTM will be rechristened the RS5 DTM for the coming season.

2013 DTM line-up so far:

Manufacturer  Team       Drivers
BMW           Schnitzer  Bruno Spengler/Dirk Werner
              RBM        Augusto Farfus/Joey Hand
              RMG        Martin Tomczyk/Andy Priaulx
              MTEK       Timo Glock/Marco Wittmann
Audi          Abt        M Ekstrom/J Green/T Scheider/A Tambay
              Rosberg    Edoardo Mortara/Filipe Albuquerque
              Phoenix    Mike Rockenfeller/Miguel Molina
Mercedes      HWA        G Paffett/C Vietoris/R Merhi*/R Schumacher
Mercedes      Mucke      Robert Wickens*/Daniel Juncadella

*Driver signed by manufacturer, but not confirmed with team
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