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1998 STW Super Touring championship - part 1.

A look at the 1998 edition of the German Super touring car series.


 


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1998 STW Super Touring championship - part 2.
A look at the 1998 edition of the German Super touring car series.





1998 STW Super Touring championship - part 3.
A look at the 1998 edition of the German Super touring car series.





1998 STW Super Touring championship - part 4.
A look at the 1998 edition of the German Super touring car series.





STW Norisring 1999
highlights of the feature race. german commentary of Burkhard Bechtel





1997 AMP Bathurst 1000 - Australian Super Touring Car Championship
1997 AMP Bathurst 1000 - Australian Super Touring Car Championship





1997 Peugeot 406 Supertourisme
- Showcase car for technical expertise - Champion of France and Germany - Completely overhauled car - Ex Laurent Aïello, Juan Manuel Fangio junior, William David With the new 406, which appeared in 1995, Peugeot sought to demonstrate that the saloon could not only perform well as a road car, but also on the track. The firm from Sochaux decided to try its hand in the rigorous German Championship. This is where the car we are offering first entered the scene. It was prepared to compete in the German Supertouring Championship for the 1997 season. The chassis was built by Peugeot Sport: major work was carried out on the body with the installation of a multi-tubular roll cage, front and rear competition suspension and Brembo 8 piston disc brakes. Work on the engine was carried out by renowned preparer PIPO: the 2-litre block with aluminium head produced 310 bhp and was mated with a 6-speed sequential gearbox. The owner has told us that this 406 Supertourisme then made its debut in 1997, driven by Laurent Aïello, up against the official BMW and Audi entries. With jaw-dropping results: in its first season, the car won the coveted competition. The following year, it finished second in the SUDAM championship in Latin America, driven by Juan Manuel Fangio Junior (the nephew...). The car finished off an amazing career in the French Championnat Supertourisme, again performing with brio. This time, William David won the Championship title in 1999 and 2000. Here is a genuine factory car, with an outstanding racing provenance that has shown it is capable of terrific performances. It deserves its place on the podium. More information: http://www.artcurial.com/en/asp/fullCatalogue.asp?salelot=2138+++++108+&ref no=10390831





Norisring Fahrerlager 1998 STW Cup BMW Audi Peugeot Alfa Romeo Champion Race
Norisring Fahrerlager 1998 STW Cup BMW Audi Peugeot Alfa Romeo Champion Race





Dramatic STW Final 1999 - Title Decider
The classic STW final race of 1999 at the Nurburgring. This decided the championship that year. During the last lap of the race at Nurburgring, Uwe Alzen, Christian Abt's main rival for the championship was leading, with Abt 2nd. As they reached the chicane Alzen was coming up to lap Abt's teammate Kris Nissen and they both crashed. Abt was now in the lead but at the last corner, Alzen's teammate Roland Asch, who was right behind the trio and had already been black flagged in the race, crashed into Abt, taking him out. Alzen limped to the checkered flag in 2nd place and handing him the championship. But not for long as several weeks later, an amateur video proved that Asch crashed into Abt deliberately, and as a result, the DMSB, the German governing body sanctioning the STW annulled the last lap of the race, handing the championship back to Abt.





STW Zweibrücken 1999 - Abt vs. Alzen
battle for the lead at the end of the sprint race. commentary: Burkard Bechtel & Christian Menzel





European Touring Car 1986
00:00:36 Round 01 - Monza, Italy 00:08:42 Round 02 - Donington Park, England 00:14:35 Round 03 - Hockenheim, Germany 00:25:20 Round 04 - Misano, Italy 00:34:15 Round 05 - Anderstorp, Sweden 00:42:26 Round 06 - Brno, Czechoslovakia 00:51:52 Round 07 - Österreichring, Austria 00:55:55 Round 08 - Nürburgring, Germany 00:58:37 Round 09 - Spa 24HR race, Belgium 01:08:45 Round 10 - Silverstone TT, England 01:13:07 Round 11 - Nogaro, France 01:16:41 Round 12 - Zolder, Belgium 01:21:09 Round 13 - Jarama, Spain 01:25:58 Round 14 - Estoril, Portugal





1993 Peugeot 405 Supertourisme
- One of the first 405 Super Tourings - Vice-Champion in Italy in 1993, and many podiums in France - Always well prepared, in good condition - Ex Fabrizio Giovanardi, William David and David Hallyday The Peugeot 405 was launched in 1987. It would take some years for the finalization of the FIA "Super Touring" category and it takes a while for the manufacturers to invest into developing car for this category. It was into the Italian Superturismo championship that the French carmaker decided to get into through its Italian subsidiary in 1993, and this was one of the cars. The engine of this 405 is a 2-liter 16-valver put together by OBIS and the engine develops a whopping 300bhp. The preparation of the body was entrusted to the famous Italtechnica outfit which prepares racing machines of the highest level, so much so that by season's end, Fabrizio Giovanardi, with this car, ranked second in the championship. Back in France for the subsequent season, it was another 405, in the hands of Laurent Aiello, that went on to win the Championship of France in 1994. The car then passed into the hands of drivers Masson and Giradot, who drove the car to the third place in the Coupe de France de Supertourisme. This 405 then kept being campaigned in subsequent seasons of the French Championship, till 1998 when it is campaigned by William David and David Hallyday. The car had a second life in the French Championship Touring Car B group with Arnaud Gomez at the wheel, with a win in 2001. Acquired by its current owner in 2002, this 405 Super Touring is now painted yellow, and is on offer in excellent condition, works perfectly well. More information: http://www.artcurial.com/en/asp/fullCatalogue.asp?salelot=2138+++++107+&ref no=10390829





Audi weltweit auf Titeljagt 1996 (Part 1)
Die Motorsport-Saison 1996 aus Audi Sicht kann nur ein Rückblick sein. Denn in allen 7 Ländern, in denen sie starteten, hatten die Piloten auf den Audi A4 quattro am Ende die Konkurrenz hinter sich. Steigen Sie ein in die heißesten Motorsport-Ereignisse des Jahres! Mit Audi Stars wie Frank Biela, Emanuele Pirro und Rinaldo Capello in den "Hauptrollen" Auch, wenn jeder Showdown gleich endet: Jeder hat seine eigene Faszination! AUDI AG 1996





Vauxhall Vectra STC ex James Thompson
bought by czech Hobby Car JUKO Racing Team on KW Bergh Trophy Jankov Vrsok





DTM Norisring - 1993 - Sounds of the DTM
Here you'll see a almost 10min review of the Top15 single time trial elimination of the DTM 1993 at the Norisring. Kindly excuse the wobbles. I bought my first video camera just one week before the Norisring event. As the cars were on single time trial you can really enjoy the sound of every single car. You'll see BMW E36 DTM, Opel Omega 3000 Evo 500, Mercedes 190 Evolution II / Class I and Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI. TURN UP YOUR SPEAKERS and enjoy the sound, as I once more added some extra effort to the sound. ATTENTION: I am not responsible for any damage of your audio equipment or your hearing! ;] I hope you enjoyed. If so, I kindly ask you to leave a comment or at least rate this video. Thanx - RMA Join me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/RMAs-Amateur-Footage/189618134401951





Ex works vauxhall opel vectra hillclimb
Another video i found on my laptop of 2 ex touring vectras doing a hillclimb event.





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