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  Porsche 935/77A
 

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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:1978
Numbers built:15
Internal name:930
Predecessor:Porsche 935/77
Successor:Porsche 935/79
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 19, 2014
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Chassis 930 890 0011 Delivered new to Georg Loos for his GELO team, this was the first 1978 specification customer car produced. Effectively the first twin-Turbo made available to the public, it was driven with great success by Toine Hezemans, John Fitzpatrick and Peter Gregg. Following in the f>>>

Chassis 930 890 0015 The second of three 1978-specification Porsche 935s delivered to Georg Loos for his Gelo Racing Team. It debuted in the DRM round at Zolder where Toine Hezemans scored an outright victory. A week later, it continued its winning ways, this time in the Mugello 6 Hours with Hez>>>

Chassis 930 890 0016 Chassis 0016 was delivered new to Reinhold Joest, who first raced the car in the opening rounds of the 1978 DRM series. He also entered the car in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where it was shared by Franz Konrad and the Whittington brothers Don and Bill. An accident ended their >>>

Chassis 930 890 0018 Brumos Porsche acquired this car for Peter Gregg to campaign in the 1978 IMSA GT Championship. He debuted with a third at Laguna Seca but then went on to score six outright victories in the remainder of the year. Between 1979 and 1981, the car was entered for with backing fr>>>

Chassis 930 890 0019 Ted Field's Interscope Racing was the original owner of this 1978 specification Porsche 935. At its debut, the 1978 Daytona 24 Hours, it immediately grabbed pole but an engine failure ended the race early. Field and/or Danny Ongais, sometimes partnered with Milt Minter would>>>


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