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The BBC reports David Coulthard has officially retired from competitive racing after this weekend's DTM event in Hockenheim. The driver wrapped up three seasons and 33 races with Mercedes-Benz, but saw his final professional event cut short by contact with Timo Schneider. The collision spun Coulthard and put him out of the race. Schneider received a drive-through penalty for his part in the dust-up.

Coulthard has won 13 F1 grand prix events during his 15-season career, though his efforts in DTM have been somewhat less fruitful. The driver only managed to bring home 16 points during his time behind the wheel, but that doesn't seem to be the reason behind his departure. The 41-year-old Coulthard has said he intends to take time to focus on his family, though he will continue to work with Mercedes-Benz as a brand ambassador moving forward.


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      Andre Neves
      • 2 Years Ago
      Thank you for giving us those memorable [road]fights with Schumacher.
      ying_yang_6o4
      • 2 Years Ago
      He was a good driver and had a good career.
      MikeInNC
      • 2 Years Ago
      DC is a class act. Always enjoyed his work in F1.
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      Drakkon
      • 2 Years Ago
      That's the face of 'haha! I don't have to work for a living anymore. People pay me to show up and drive these things...'