For race enthusiasts, the names "Porsche" and "Kremer" must sound like music to their ears, especially when used together. Kremer racing, founded in 1962 by two brothers Erwin and Manfred Kremer, was the first team that entered the Porsche 911 in International races. It is little known but Kremer Racing even competed in a Porsche 356B 1600 GS/GT, and gained victory in the 1966 Rallye of Northrein-Westfalen.
The Kremer brothers soon started tuning these Porsches, and selling their creations to other race teams. Virtually every race enthusiast knows the amazing Kremer Porsches 935 K1 , K2, K3 and K4. Dozens of famous drivers such as: Rolf Stommelen, Keke Rosberg, Bob Wollek, Jürgen Neuhaus, Klaus Ludwig, Henri Pescarolo and many more drove the Kremer Racing Porsches to numerous victories, among them the 24h Le Mans in 1979, 24h Daytona in 1995, 24h Spa Francorchamps (1968), and more.
This book, published by Petrolpics, shows the history of Kremer Racing in hundreds of pictures, both black and white as well as in full color. The book has 3 chapters, each chapter starts with a list of the sportive successes of a certain period. It also describes the exact period of the Kremer Racing history by picturing the cars and pilots.
This book is numbered 355 out of the limited edition 1000 copies.
Author : Michael Thier and Robert Weber
Publisher : Petrolpics / Motorsport Verlag
Language : English / German
Pages : 264 pages and over 300 pictures