Go to Ultimatecarpage.com

 groupc Ultimatecarpage.com  > Cars by brand  > Germany  > Porsche
Racing cars  > Group C / IMSA GTP
Car search:
Quick Advanced 

  Porsche 962      

  Article Image gallery (141) Chassis (10) Specifications  
Click here to open the Porsche 962 gallery   
Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:1984 - 1990
Internal name:962
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 18, 2013
Download: All images
Chassis 962-102 The second production 962 built, chassis 102 was sold new to Bob Akin. Sporting bright red Coca Cola livery, he raced the car in the IMSA GTP Championship from May 1984. The best result was a fourth overall in the 1985 Daytona 24 Hours where Akin co-drove with Hans-Joachim S>>>

Chassis 962-104 Preston Henn, of Florida Swap Shop fame and fortune, replaced his very wild Porsche 935 with this 962 halfway during the 1984 season. He knew what he could expect as he had also raced a 956 the previous year. He actually debuted the car at the 24 Hours of Le Mans before brin>>>

Chassis 962-105 One of the very first 962s built, this car was originally completed as a Group C car and sold to John Fitzpatrick's Skoal Bandit Porsche Team. They raced the car in several rounds of the 1984 World Championship, including at Le Mans. The best result was a third at Brands Hat>>>

Chassis 962-109 One of several 962s sold to Bruce Leven for his Bayside Disposal Racing team, chassis 962-109 made its debut at the 1985 Daytona 24 Hours. Leven shared with Thierry Boutsen and Henri Pescarolo but failed to finish. Later in the year, with Bob Wollek behind the wheel, it won >>>

Chassis 962-120 One of several Porsche 962s raced by Dyson Racing, this example made a victorious debut at the 1986 Riverside 6 Hours in the hands of Rob Dyson and Price Cobb. Now partnering with Drake Olson, Cobb won again at Charlotte and with Dyson back behind the wheel he also scored a >>>

Chassis 962-121 Sold new in the summer of 1986 to Bruce Leven for his Bayside Disposal Racing team, chassis 121 ranks as one of the most successful 962s of all. Of the 22 races it competed in between 1986 and 1989, it won seven with drivers like Jochen Mass, Bobby Rahal, Hans-Joachim Stuck >>>

Chassis 962-122 The third 962 acquired by Dyson Racing, this car was delivered to the team in time for the Continental 500 race at Watkins Glen in the summer of 1986. Unfortunately, it was damaged during its debut with driver Drake Olsen behind the wheel. Dyson Racing opted to repair the ca>>>

Chassis 962-C04 Built around one of a believed eight aluminium honeycomb tubs built by Jim Chapman, this GTP specification 962 was acquired new by Bob Akin Motor Racing. Finished in the familiar Coca Cola colours, this was the last 962 acquired by Akin's team and the first one he did not pe>>>

Chassis 962-F01 The first of two 962s built by Fabcar, this example was bought new by John Hotchkis through Al Holbert. Liveried in the very bright Wynn's colours, chassis 962-F01 was raced extensively between 1986 and 1991, predominantly by Hotchkis and Jim Adams. Throughout the years the >>>

Chassis 962-HR1 The very first privately built 962 (under Porsche license), this example was built in Al Holbert's workshop in 1985. Holbert had raced chassis 962-103 since the second half of 1984, so he had a vast amount of experience with the model, which enabled him to carry through some>>>

  Article Image gallery (141) Chassis (10) Specifications