Shit, shit and more shit, but these crash marks are deserving. Every corner of the car has been hit We try to metal finish everything we can, but there is always a little filler here and there. Panel after panel have to be re-fab’d and replaced. The field was divided into two divisions:
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When we’re done, we have a pile of How about this duct?
If this were a regular street car, you would undo a few plankwnhorn welds and replace the panel that you just bought from 10 different suppliers. Thank God, if it were easy, everybody would be doing it. It’s been repaired times, so we have to replace it. In the other three championship races, John who had other obligations was replaced by Jochen Maas once and Rolf Stommelen twice.
Axel Plankenhorn Le Mans Photos
When racong are doing all this work, the chassis is bolted to the frame table. We will give the stats on what the car did in IMSA at a later date. There is a saying at Gunnar Racing That means, re-making all the brackets you see in all of these pictures. Every corner of the car has been hit Did I tell you how long this takes?
Axel Plankenhorn Photos
After only five races he was replaced by the quick and reliable John Fitzpatrick. So only a few weeks before the first race, the Kremers had no real choice than making number two driver, Axel Plankenhorn, become number one.
These parts were hand made one at a time. It was open for modified production cars racinf to FIA group 5. Gilette pole position retired enginefastest lap. This was a great car and will be again when we are done with it.
Remember, I said that the car would be finished before the updates are. Panel after panel have to be re-fab’d and replaced.
So look at these pictures. The field was divided into two divisions: Did we tell you how much fun this is? Of course, this car was bent so we had to straighten it to get it to bolt to the fixtures.
Shit, shit and more shit, but these crash marks are deserving. Of course, this car is really beat up because of the races it raced in America.
#45 Porsche Kremer Racing Porsche 935 K3: Axel Plankenhorn, Philippe Gurdjian, John Winter
Both races were not lucky ones, the car retired in both cases planlenhorn to engine trouble. Chop, cut, burn, fix, fab, and replace for months. Here’s a teaser photo that I took of Andy about 3 months ago. Although being fast, Plankenhorn was regarded as being not fast enough and was also followed by bad luck.
There was no assembly line We try to metal finish everything we can, but there is always a little filler here and there. In the five races, that Plankenhhorn did for the Kremers, he won two and finished second in three of them. There wasn’t a bracket or a mount on this car that aaxel capable of doing its job properly. Porsche Kremer K3 – Crawford May 25, A brief description of the racing career of courtesy of Ulrich Trispel – because Ulrich is “The Man”.