Harald Grohs (born 1944) is a race driver and team owner from Essen, Germany.
Grohs took part in more than 50 24 Hours endurance racing races, mainly 24 Hours of Le Mans and 24 Hours Nürburgring.
1973 first races in a Porsche 911, four wins, invited to race BMW for Team Faltz1974 German Renault 5 Cup, 6 wins, 2nd in championship1975 Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft (DRM) for BMW for Team Faltz, first wins, but also a bad crash on the Nürburgring, wins 9 Hours of Kyalami with Jody Scheckter1976 International races for BMW, with Hans Joachim Stuck, Ronnie Peterson, Gunnar Nilsson, Jody Scheckter, John Fitzpatrick. "Only Stuck and Petersson were a little faster, but partnered with Petersson, we could never finish a race."1977 National DRM races with an FIA-Group 5-spec BMW 320, against the "BMW-Junior-Teams"1978 Worst crash of his career, rolling seven times on the Nürburgring Nordschleife, escaping inijured, but shocked1997 retires from Porsche Cup and other circuit racing, except occasional starts on the old Nürburgring1999 Another entry in the 24 Hours of Nürburgring, his 50th "marathon" overall1997 Grohs Motorsport founded