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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:1969
Numbers built:28
Internal name:908
Predecessor:Porsche 908 K Coupe
Successor:Porsche 908/03
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 24, 2014
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Chassis 908/02-005 One of the first Porsche works 908/02 Spyders, this car debuted at Sebring in the hands of Jo Siffert and Brian Redman. They retired because of a crack in the chassis. The car then served as a spare in the subsequent rounds before being sold to Hans-Dieter Dechent. He raced >>>

Chassis 908/02-006 A Porsche works car, chassis 006 lined up for the 1969 Sebring 12 Hours in the hands of Hans Herrmann, Kurt Ahrens and Rolf Stommelen. Starting ninth, they retired early due to a crack in the chassis. Still with the original Spyder body, it was one of the T-cars for the N>>>

Chassis 908/02-008 Fitted with the standard Spyder body, this 908/02 Spyder was raced by the factory in the Brands Hatch 1000km. Germans Gerhard Mitter and Udo Schütz finished fifth overall. The car was then entrusted to David Piper and Alain de Cadenet, who campaigned the car during the >>>

Chassis 908/02-009 The second 908/02 owned by Hans-Dieter Dechent, this example was campaigned by his B.G. Racing Team during the 1969 season with a third at Kyalami as the best result. Resplendent in International Martini Racing Team colours, it was raced with considerable success in 1970. Ru>>>

Chassis 908/02-010 Another works 908/02 Spyder, chassis 010 debuted at Brands Hatch in the hands of Vic Elford and Richard Attwood, who would go on to finish second. It was later also raced at the Targa Florio and Nürburgring, placing 21st and third respectively. It was then campaigned by>>>

Chassis 908/02-015 Finishing third, this works 908/02 Spyder debuted at the 1969 Targa Florio in the hands of Rolf Stommelen and Hans Herrmann. Later in the year, it was entered at Watkins Glen, where it finished second in the World Sports Car Race on Saturday and then finished ninth a day lat>>>

Chassis 908/02-018 One of the most extensively raced Porsche 908/02 Spyders, this chassis debuted as a Flunder at the Nürburgring but did not start the race after an accident in practice. Later in the year Jo Siffert and Brian Redman won at Watkins Glen and a day later Siffert also placed>>>

Chassis 908/02-022 Among the very last 908/02s built, this Spyder was sold new to Jürgen Neuhaus for his Racing Team Gesipa. Along with Dieter Frohlich, Neuhaus campaigned the car around Europe for the better part of two seasons. Partnering with local racer Alex Soler-Roig, Neuhaus drove >>>

  Article Image gallery (143) Chassis (8) Specifications