ADAC Bavaria Rennen 1975



As ever, the Rundstreckenpokal provided an interesting entry; pity I don't have an entry list, so the pictures which can been seen here are the only ones I could more or less identify. Let's start with group 1; here's the Audi of Seikel. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Reiner from Austria was present with his Dolomite. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Gotcha! Finally, Köpcke and his suspiciously-quick Escort were caught... © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien The under-1150 race brought many interesting cars. The new Audi 50 for Tubbesing, who won his class. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
One of my personal favourites: the Peugeot 204 of Ludwig Putz - a fascinating car. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Fiats were present too, of course. I guess this is Gabler. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
While this should be teammate Kübler, who finished third in class. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien This TM Essen coupé was driven by Weiss. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Another interesting car; the 16-valve 1150 Escort of Steinert. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien A nice old Kadett, my guess it is Gruber. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Seybold drove this Leinberger Fiat. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Wolfgang Sander in the 1150 Simca EC; he finished second in class. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Another 16-valve car: the Alfa Romeo of Bernd Fischer; he won his race. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien A 1300 cc Leinberger Fiat was driven by Henning Schmidt. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Wolfgang Wolf leading two more NSUs. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Willi Bergmeister in another Spiess NSU TT. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Anoter 16-valve car: Ochsenfort's 1300 BDA Escort. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Dahlhäuser had a good season with his Scirocco; another class win here. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Henzler in his 1602. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Knippschild in his 1600 Manta. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Egenolf in another BMW 1602. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien A unique car: the Alfetta GTV of Isert. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Mitterer in his well-known (for us at least) Mazda RX3. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Manhalter leading an Ascona on his way to second. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
I suspect this is Andreas Schall. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
This is Peter Hennige in his black Zakspeed Escort; he won the race. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
An ex-Zakspeed car for Werner Boller, who finished fourth. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Schneeberger in the GS BMW 2002 finished third. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
In the big class, it was a victory for Tobiasson, which says something about the level of the big cars; the best ones of course competing in the DRM. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien This might be Heinemann leading Tobiasson. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
This is Waltraud Odenthal in her '73 Capri; if my information is right, then this is her last race in this car - she would switch to a RS 3100 for the next race. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Karsten Ruhrmann in his RS 2600. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Richard Leder must be behind the wheel of this Carrera - the Firestone decal giving it away. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Josef Reiter and his ancient Mustang. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
This should be Kiemele in the Carrera RSR. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien Gilges in the Alpine. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien
Albrecht Schütz, VW-Porsche 914/6. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum WienDören on his way to the 1975 DRP championship. © Erwin Jelinek/Technisches Museum Wien


Race result

1975 Pictures

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