|PORSCHE 962 CK6-01/2|
One of only a handful of Porsche 962 CK6's built by Kremer, employing the chassis making skills of John Thompson at TC Prototypes. Thompson fabricated monocoques that were stiffer, stronger and lighter than the works ones, using both aluminium and carbon fibre.
This chassis CK6-01/2 raced at the following races in 1988 :
3rd March 1988, Fuji 500
Kilometer, Fuji Speedway
1st May 1988, All Japan
Fuji 1000 Kilometres, Fuji Speedway
24th July 1988, JAF Grand
Prix All Japan Fuji 500 Miles, Fuji Speedway
The car was heavily damaged however Kris Nissen survived the crash without further consequences. The chassis was shipped back to Germany and was rebuilt during the winter for the 1989 season.
The car had a thorough overhaul in the late nineties and has taken part in only a handfull of events since. It is now offered in period 1988 livery and after recent mechanical and cosmetic attention is on the button and ready to go.