Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft was a European Touring Car racing championship and one of the most popular race series in Germany in its time. Created in 1972, the new series featured two divisions; 2000-5000cc and under 2000cc. The latter division was dominated by the BMW 320, an iconic racing car featured on this t-shirt at the hands of Harald Grohs.
A long standing contender in the series, Grohs is a German racing driver and team owner. He was often described as “wild.” Some of his main competitors included the BMW team's three young drivers. Part of a new development program entitled the “BMW Junior Team," young drivers Eddie Cheever, Marc Surer and Manfred Winkelhock marked the beginning of an era by laying the foundation for future talent development programs.