Rene Rast has taken his first win of the 2020 DTM season at Spa-Francorchamps, holding off Saturday winner Nico Müller in a tight duel in the closing stages.
Rast started the race from pole position, with Müller starting third behind Robin Frijns. Müller moved past Frijns to take second place on the opening lap and took the lead from Rast into Les Combes several laps later.
The Swiss driver retained the lead throughout the pit stop cycle, but came under increasing pressure from Rast before losing the lead several laps before the end, with Rast retaking first at the end of the Kemmel Straight.
Rast then hold off pressure from his rival to take his first win in 2020, finishing less than half a second clear of Müller. Robin Frijns held on to complete the podium, ahead of Jamie Green, who had another strong race, making his way up to fourth. Mike Rockenfeller completed the top five.
Sheldon van der Linde bounced back from an unlucky Saturday to finish sixth as the best BMW driver, ahead of Loic Duval and Lucas Auer.
The top ten was completed by Jonathan Aberdein and Marco Wittmann. Aberdein recovered to a points finish after being spun round by Harrison Newey on the opening lap, for which the British rookie served a drive through penalty.
Philipp Eng finished in eleventh ahead of Fabio Scherer, who just missed out on his maiden points finish in DTM after Wittmann pitted late and charged up the field with fresh tyres.
Timo Glock finished in thirteenth place, ahead of Robert Kubica and Ferdinand Habsburg.
Harrison Newey was the only retirement of the race, retiring with mechanical issues after serving his drivethrough penalty.