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Name  Harald Grohs

Role  Racing driver

Bruno Spengler and Harald Grohs - Back to the Future in Zolder

Harald Grohs (born 1944) is a race driver and team owner from Essen, Germany.


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Grohs took part in more than 50 24 Hours endurance racing races, mainly 24 Hours of Le Mans and 24 Hours Nürburgring.

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1989 le mans harald grohs spins at arnage

Career as driver

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  • 1973 first races in a Porsche 911, four wins, invited to race BMW for Team Faltz
  • 1974 German Renault 5 Cup, 6 wins, 2nd in championship
  • 1975 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 Scheckter
  • 1976 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 shocked
  • 1997 retires from Porsche Cup and other circuit racing, except occasional starts on the old Nürburgring
  • 1999 Another entry in the 24 Hours of Nürburgring, his 50th "marathon" overall
  • Career as team owner

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  • 1997 Grohs Motorsport founded


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    Harald Grohs Always spectacular Harald Grohs in the AlpinaFaltzBMW 35 CSI


    Harald Grohs Wikipedia