Drivers

Walter Röhrl

Vintage 1947 (Driver)
Rally driver

Walter Röhrl is a former contract driver at Opel, Fiat, Lancia, Mercedes, Audi and Porsche today. He has twice rally champion (1980 and 1982), four times winner of the Monte Carlo Rally on four different types of car (1980 Fiat 131 Abarth, 1982 Opel Ascona 400, 1983 Lancia 037, 1984 Audi Quattro). Overall, he has 14 rally wins in World Cup races won.

Stig Blomqvist

Vintage 1946 (driver)
Rally driver

„Mäster Blomqvist“ was in his long career in 1984 at an Audi Quattro rally world champion and 1985 vice-champions again. Overall, he took in 84 world championship rallies, and celebrated with eleven overall victories. Prior to his successful time with the Audi he was mainly due to vehicles from Saab, Lancia and Talbot underway. Before he became the late 1960s and early 1970s as a rally and Rallycross factory driver for Saab has been known worldwide, had Blomqvist - along with friend and teammate Saab Per Eklund - at the Kvinnersta Folkhögskola at Örebro driving to a training course.

Wolf-Dieter Ihle

Vintage 1958 (Driver)
Managing director

Motorsport: Rally sport for over 25 years, while many races, for example Versatility, Sweden Rally, 12malige participation in the Monte Carlo Rally,
1978 first as a passenger WM-Rallye (substitute Britain) Audi 50
In 1980 the first Monte Carlo Rally as a passenger (Opel Ascona 400)
In 1980 several class victories in the Audi 1950
1981 Semi-plant contract from Ford in Berken-kamp team for the German Rally Championship at Ford
Fiesta, wins in the Saarland Rally, rally Stuttgart 2 Place in 3
Fiesta 1982 at HWRT-Ford first participation as a driver in the Monte-Carlo Rally
From 1983 Monte Carlo Rally on VW Golf
Rally Sweden 1985
1985-today operations numerous rally in Germany, Monte Carlo, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Netherlands
1989 and 1990 respectively Vice Euro-Rallye-Trophee masters of the European Rally Championship driver of the private
From 1992 Opel Astra
Class 1998 victory at the Rallye Monte-Carlo (MC)
From 2000 Peugeot 306 S16
2000 2nd place class Rallye Deutschland
2002 Tour de Corse (F) scored (5)
WRC Rally of Germany in 2002 (4)

Round Trip:
At 24h 1991 Suzuki Swift
24h 1996 at Opel Astra (ranked 3rd class, 28th overall)
Several successful operations in the 24-hour race, last used in 2003 and 2004 to Abt - Audi AS-R

Harald Demuth

Vintage 1950 (Driver)
Rally driver

Harald Demuth, the two-time German rally champion for Audi, began his motorsport career in 1970 with slalom and racing events in a Fiat 128. After various rallyees he became a factory and test driver at Audi.1982 and in 1984 Harald Demuth won the German Rally Championship. He drove for the works teams of Toyota, Audi, Mercedes-Benz and Mitsubishi and won numerous championship races in Germany and Europe. Since 1982 Harald Demuth led the ADAC rally school, from 1997 to 2005 came care of the ADAC From 2001 to 2004 he was sports director at Citroën Germany, responsible for the rally with Citroën Saxo Super 1600 in the German Rally Championship. Here Harald Demtuh took three championship titles for the French. Unforgettable is the drive in the Audi quattro on a snow-covered ski jumping hill in Finland.

Source: Wikipedia.de

Jochi Kleint

Vintage 1948 (Driver)
Rally driver

After schooling, he learned in his parents' company, a Saab workshop in Hamburg, the profession of auto mechanic. He drove his first rally in 1966 with a Saab at the age of 18 years. In 1974 he moved to the camp of professional rally drivers. 1978 Kleint was as a VW factory driver with a VW Golf GTI 1600 winner of the so-called Estering Cup, the then unofficial German Rallycross Championship. In the same year he also took part in the FIARallycross European Championship. However, this use was canceled prematurely by VW Motorsport again, Kleint finished in 11th place in the overall standings and in sixth place in the touring car division. His greatest motorsport success was the year after winning the 1979 European Rally Championship, both on an Opel Kadett GT / E and in an Opel Ascona B, along with his co-driver Gunter Wanger, and also on Opel Ascona, finishing third in the Monte Rally Carlo 1981.

Ari Vatanen

Vintage 1952 (Driver)
Rally driver

Vatanen began his international career in 1976. In 1980 he won the Acropolis Rally, his first World Championship run. He won the World Rally Championship 1981 together with co-driver David Richards in a Ford Escort. Later, he turned to the desert rally, drove for Peugeot and Citroën and won a total of four times the car rating of the Dakar Rally. In 1988 he secured the overall victory at the Pikes Peak hill climb in the USA with a new track record.

Source: Wikipedia.de; Copyright: Wikimedia: Suppokanuna under the cc license

 

Harri Toivonen

Vintage 1960 (Driver)
Rally driver

Like father and brother, Harri Toivonen also rallied. After starting in the Finnish Rally Championship, the 1000-Lakes Rally 1980 was the first World Rally Championship Run in which he participated. At the 1000-Lakes Rally in 1986, he reached his best result at international rally with the eighth place on a MG Metro 6R4. In 1988 he switched to the circuit and continued driving and sports car races. In 1990 Franz Konrad engaged him for his racing team Konrad Motorsport. In 1990 and 1991 he went for Konrad and Kremer Racing at the race of the sports car world championship at the start. His best finish in those two years was the third place overall with Manuel Reuter on a Porsche 962 at Suzuka's 430km race in 1991. In 1992, he was part of the B.R.M. team, which vainly tried to get the P351 up and running throughout the year. Toivonen contested sports car racing until the early 2000s and declared his retirement from active racing after the Daytona 24 Hours race in 2002.

Source: Wikipedia.de

Sepp Haider

Vintage 1953 (Driver)
Rally driver

In 1976, the 23-year-old started rallying in a VW Beetle and soon made a name for himself as a "wild rider" with his co-driver Co Jörg Pattermann in the Opel Kadett. In Germany and Austria, the two soon belonged to the elite, were fast in the Ascona 400 and then Manta 400. With Peter Diekmann Haider shone in a Mercedes 500 SLC from 1982, followed by the Group A era as Opel work team with Ferdinand Hinterleitner in cadet GSI - with the World Cup victory in New Zealand in 1988 and the German championship title in 1989. Until 1999 Haider ( with Stefan Eichhorner) was still successful in Audi and Peugeot.

Source: Sn.at

 

Frank Oschmann

Vintage 1968 (copilot)
Diploma businessman

Motorsport: Rally Sport since 1990
1991 Participation as a driver at the ADAC-Rallye-Schule with the conclusion as "ADAC-Top-Talent"

The first rally in 1992 as a copilot: Int. ADAC Rallye Deutschland with Bernhard Hummel on a Lancia Integrale Delta Group A

1993 participation as a co-pilot on the German - Rally Championship (5 runs) with Kai-Uwe Lutz (OPEL Astra GSi 16V Group N3)

Since 2001 several operations as copilot with Wolf-Dieter Ihle on Peugeot 306 Group N3 Int. Rally Wartburg (D), Rallye Mont Blanc (F)

2002 first race Tour de Corse (F) (Class N3: 5), and Rallye Deutschland (WRC) (Class 4 N3)
Inserts with Kai-Uwe Lutz (Opel Astra GSi 16 V Group A7), and Jochen Creutzburg (Honda Civic Type R N3 Group)

WRC Rally of Germany in 2003 with Wolf-Dieter Ihle; Other stakes races at the German Rally Championship and Rally Challenge with Michael Abendroth and Jochen Creutzburg (Honda Civic Type R N3 Group)

Sven Belz

Vintage 1972 (Copilot)
Technical Administrator Vehicle Development

Motorsport:

Racetrack:    1995 – 1999 motorsport mechanic at AMG in the DTM, ITC, GT-series and Le Mans

Rallye:                since 2005 mechanic at IHLE – MOTORSPORT

since 2012 Copilot for Wolf-Dieter Ihle at different events