HWA adds fifth DTM Mercedes, promotes Pascal Wehrlein

Mercedes has announced its team split for the 2014 DTM season, with flagship squad HWA expanding to five entries

HWA adds fifth DTM Mercedes, promotes Pascal Wehrlein

The German firm has increased its DTM line-up from six to seven cars this year.

Formula 1 refugees Vitaly Petrov and Paul di Resta, the latter back in the DTM for the first time since winning the 2010 title with Mercedes, have joined team returnees Gary Paffett, Daniel Juncadella, Christian Vietoris, Robert Wickens and Pascal Wehrlein.

The latter is promoted to the fifth HWA entry, alongside di Resta, Paffett, Vietoris and Wickens.

Petrov slots into Wehrlein's place at Mucke, where he partners Juncadella.

2014 DTM line-up:

Phoenix Audi    Mike Rockenfeller   Timo Scheider
Abt Audi        Mattias Ekstrom     Adrien Tambay
                Edoardo Mortara     Miguel Molina
Rosberg Audi    Jamie Green         Nico Muller
Schnitzer BMW   Bruno Spengler      Martin Tomczyk
RMG BMW         Maxime Martin       Marco Wittmann
MTEK BMW        Timo Glock          Antonio Felix da Costa
RBM BMW         Augusto Farfus      Joey Hand
HWA Mercedes    Christian Vietoris  Paul di Resta
                Gary Paffett        Robert Wickens
                Pascal Wehrlein
Mucke Mercedes  Daniel Juncadella   Vitaly Petrov
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