Jamie Green sealed a last-gasp DTM victory at the Norisring on Sunday after overtaking rival Martin Tomczyk at the final corner.
With three wins in the last four races in Germany, People have started calling British driver Jamie Green 'Mr Norisring', a mark of his impressive record in Nuremberg.
And he signalled his intent during the practice races, setting the fastest time in the second session.
Green, who started the main race in second place, soon dropped to fourth following a collision involving his team-mate and championship leader Gary Paffett, Augusto Farfus and Mattias Ekstrom.
Ralf Schumacher profited from the pile-up to lead, but soon slowed having exited the fourth turn, his car displaying the first signs of an electrical glitch which eventually forced him to retire from the race.
With just three laps to go, Green closed in on new leader Martin Tomczyk with Paffett and Bruno Spengler also chasing.
And he eventually pipped Tomczyk after weaving past the BMW car to seal top spot.
SOUNDBITE: (English) Jamie Green, DTM Mercedes driver (on winning the race)
"Really proud of what I've done. The overtakes that were made on the last three laps were just in time, and a great way to win the race."
That makes it eight DTM victories for Green, moving him up to second place in the overall leaders championship behind Paffett.
Jamie Green victorious at NorisringMonday, July 02 2012