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Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:1986 - 1990
Numbers built:11 (At least)
Internal name:962
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:June 14, 2013
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Chassis CK6-87 Built around one of the first John Thompson manufactured aluminium honeycomb monocoques, this chassis was first raced at Le Mans in 1987. Like many of the early CK6s, it used the 962-118 serial of the Kremer car destroyed at Le Mans a year earlier, undoubtedly for carnet rea>>>

Chassis CK6-88 One of the first CK6s built, this car was built in 1988 for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and accordingly was fitted with a low downforce body identical to the factory 962s. Liveried in Kenwood colours, this works car started the race in 21st and finished a commendable 9th. Fitted>>>

Chassis CK6-01 Presumably the first CK6 built, this car was raced in four rounds of the All Japan GT Championship, liveried in the familiar Leyton House colours. It finished 2nd at the Fuji 500 km and 3rd at the Suzuka 1000 km before Kris Nissen and Bruno Giacomelli drove it to victory in >>>

Chassis CK6-01(02) The second CK6-01 built, this Kremer 962 was first pressed into service at the Suzuka 1000 km in 1988. Bruno Giacomelli and Kunimitsu Takahashi finished fourth on the car's debut. It is believed to have been raced in 1989 as well before being retired from contemporary racing>>>

Chassis CK6-06/02 Built ahead of the 1990 season, this CK6 was a Kremer factory entry. During the regular season, it was fielded in Kenwood colours usually with Bernd Schneider and Sarel van der Merwe behind the wheel. For Le Mans, it was finished in a very distinct livery created by German a>>>

Chassis CK6-08/03 Among the final CK6s built by Thompson and Kremer, this car boasts a carbon fibre tub and a massive 3.2 litre version of the venerable Porsche flat-6 engine. A Kremer works car, it was first raced in 1991 during that year's 24 Hours of Le Mans. It qualified seventh and would>>>

Chassis 962-118 T-1 Originally applied to a factory Porsche 962C, the 118 chassis number is believed to have been used for at least four other Thompson-tubbed Kremer 962s. This was probably to avoid paying custom charges for every new car. Featured is one of these early 962 CK6s, using chassis >>>

  Article Image gallery (180) Chassis (7) Specifications