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Jürgen Barth

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Name  Jurgen Barth
Role  Car racer

Parents  Edgar Barth
Books  Porsche Pocket History
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Similar People  Hurley Haywood, Edgar Barth, Bob Wollek, Reinhold Joest, Georg Loos

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Jürgen Barth (born December 10, 1947 in Thum, Saxony) is a German engineer and a former racecar driver. He is the son of Formula One driver and sports car racer Edgar Barth.

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Barth started out as an engineer but became one of the most successful drivers in sports car racing. He won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1977 in a Porsche 936, with Jacky Ickx and Hurley Haywood, and in 1980 he won the 1000 km Nürburgring with Rolf Stommelen.

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Barth is co-author of the book about Porsche's racing history, Das große Buch der Porschetypen, and later would help in the creation of the BPR Global GT Series.

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Jürgen Barth at Le Mans

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  • 1971: Porsche 911 S − with René Mazzia (8th)
  • 1972: Porsche 911 S − with Sylvain Garant and Michael Keyser (13th)
  • 1973: Porsche Carrera RSR − with Georg Loos (10th)
  • 1974: Porsche Carrera RSR − with Franz Pesch (not finished, engine failure)
  • 1975: Porsche 908/03 − with Reinhold Jöst and Mario Casoni (4th)
  • 1976: Porsche 936 Spider − with Reinhold Jöst and Mario Casoni (not finished, engine failure)
  • 1977: Porsche 936/77 − with Jacky Ickx and Hurley Haywood (1st)
  • 1978: Porsche 936/78 − with Jacky Ickx And Bob Wollek (2nd)
  • 1979: Porsche 936 − with Jacky Ickx and Brian Redman (disqualified)
  • 1980: Porsche 924 Carrera Turbo − with Manfred Schurti (6th)
  • 1981: Porsche 924 Carrera GTP 944 LM − with Walter Röhrl (7th)
  • 1982: Porsche 956 − with Hurley Haywood and Al Holbert (3rd)
  • 1993: Porsche Carrera RSR − with Joël Gouhier and Dominique Dupuy (15th)

  • Jürgen Barth Meet the people of Le Mans Jrgen Barth AutoMotoTV Deutsch YouTube

    References

    Jürgen Barth Wikipedia


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