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Hans-Joachim Stuck

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Hans-Joachim Stuck
HansJoachimStuck2008.jpg
Born (1951-01-01) 1 January 1951 (age 68)
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany
Formula One World Championship career
NationalityGermany German
Active years19741979
TeamsMarch, Brabham, Shadow, ATS
Entries81 (74 starts)
Championships0
Wins0
Podiums2
Career points29
Pole positions0
Fastest laps0
First entry1974 Argentine Grand Prix
Last entry1979 United States Grand Prix
International Touring Car Championship
Years active1996
Former teamsTeam Rosberg Opel
Starts26
Wins2
Podiums2
Poles2
Fastest laps1
Best finish9th in 1996
Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft
Years active1984, 19901992
Former teamsSchmidt Motorsport Technik
Brun Motorsport
Starts63
Championships1 (1990)
Wins11
Podiums20
Poles7
Fastest laps8
European Formula Two Championship
Years active1971, 19731977, 1979
Former teamsProject Four Racing
BMW Motorsport
March Engineering
Eifelland
Starts25
Wins5
Podiums9
Poles7
Fastest laps5
Best finish2nd in 1974
24 Hours of Le Mans career
Years1972, 1973, 19801982, 19851991, 19931998
TeamsBMW Motorsport
Porsche AG
Kremer Racing
Joest Racing
Konrad Motorsport
BASF Cassetten Team GS Sport
Ford
Best finish1st (1986, 1987)
Class wins3 (1986, 1987, 1996)

Hans-Joachim Stuck (born 1 January 1951), nicknamed "Strietzel", is a German racing driver who has competed in Formula One and many other categories.

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Transcription

Hello! And welcome on the famous Nurburgring Northern Loop! My name is Hans-Joachim Stuck, BMW factory driver, and we're on the way with the legendary BMW M3 GTR, during the practice session for the 24 hour race. Leaving the pits here, and now we go on the short cut on the Grand Prix circuit, warming up the car, warming up the tires, and then go out and try to do a good timed lap. Going down to the entrance of the Mercedes Arena, a lot of slow cars in front of us, but not in a hurry, because we have to warm up the engine, we have to warm up the fresh tires, get everything ready. Oh, almost spun, the guy in front of us with the Mini-Cooper! Up to third gear, fourth gear shortly, hard braking, get the brakes warm! This is the connection, the 'Short Loop', of the Grand Prix circuit. It's very important to find as little traffic as possible to get a clear lap, because any car you have to pass costs you valuable seconds. Going down to the Hatzenbects-Bogen, fifth gear, and now, we're almost ready, we have to make another short cut, go back to the start and finish line straight, turn right here, go down in first gear, get ready, and now full acceleration - as much speed as possible! Second gear! Third gear! Fourth gear! Fifth gear! Now, we're going down, very difficult to find the braking point because the track drops down a little bit, go down to second gear, turning in, clip the apex, easy on the gas, tires are not quite warm yet. On the gas, acceleration, hopefully can pass the guy before the corner... yes! Late on the brakes with the ABS, perfect possible to brake, deep into the corner, no locking wheels. Acceleration, over the curbs, Whoops! A little oversteer - Full on the throttle, Third gear! Fourth gear! Hard on the brakes! Second gear... Now it's important, stay exactly on this black sort on tarmac there most of grip there! Third gear! Into the Hatzenbects-Bogen! Both left wheels over the kerbs! Full throttle! As you see, on the upshifting, you can stay fully on the throttle - with sequential gearbox - we call it 'Quick Shift'! Aah, can we pass the guy before the chicane? Yes! That's cool! And the other one? (third gear) Oh yes, he's seen me! and go dive in closely! And now, last time to check the seat, pull the belts, (second gear!) now we go to the famous Northern Loop! Close to the wall! Down into first gear... in the entrance of Hatzenbach! And that's right one of the places where you really have to be brave! Fourth gear corner, fifth gear... almost flat! Not quite, because tires are not warm yet. Then here, many bumps - stay a little bit off the right side of the track. The first corner is the most important here! If the first one is right, second, third (traffic!) just flows perfectly! Hard over the kerbs! Left hander! Pass the guy on the inside! Okay, over the kerbs, now it's important to take all the speed you have down to the Flugplatz area! It's a place where the car really takes off, all four wheels off the ground! Up into fifth gear here, little jump - ups! Okay, turning in, full on the throttle, hold the steering wheel same radius for both corners. And now, up to almost sixth gear, ...right here now, to the fast Schwedenkreuz 265 KPH! And you have to do the corner in sixth gear, just a little lift, turning in... another acceleration, and then straight onto the brakes! Down to third gear, Aremberg curve, late apex. Okay, a second of relaxation, and now down to the Foxhole! Fourth gear! Left hander, right here, fifth gear! Full speed, sixth gear! Downhill, now comes a big compression, tough for the car, tough for the suspension, and most of violence [?] explain what your breakfast was! Aah, can't pass the guy in front of Adenauer Forst, that's a pity... that's valuable time! Down to second gear! Aah, now he's seen me, and he has no chance! Acceleration of the M3 GTR - 500 HP! Fourth gear! Fifth gear! Metzgesfeld comes up now, back to fourth gear, left hander! Here very bumpy under brakes... Third gear! Turn in! And down to Kallenhard! Very late apex! Acceleration! Third gear! Now comes a very bad compression again [inaudible] here you see even the camera quits. And now, a triple right hander, downhill! Fourth gear... you have to be very brave there, flat, flat, flat! Then hard on the brakes to Wehrseifen, one of the slowest parts of the track, even down in first gear! Apex, hard acceleration! Second gear - a little oversteer! Third gear! Down to Breidscheid bridge! Fourth gear! Very hard braking! Turn in! Use all the width of the bridge! To the left - up to Ex-Mühle! And now, full speed acceleration! Fourth gear! Next left hander is Niki Lauda memorial corner! Pass the Audi on the left, down to Bergwerk! We're [almost] too late on the brake here... ...just made it! Turning in, and now up the hill! You could at least need 1000HP, one kilometer flat up the hill! Triple left hander, fifth gear, steep uphill! Next left hander is *just* flat, just! Using all the road! Even it's very steep uphill, the car still accelerates to more than 250 KPH! Left hander, quickly, down to fourth gear! Turning in! Flat on the gas! Use all the road! Flat in this right hander! Now coming to Klostertal corner, down to second gear, with a late apex! On the gas! And up to the Karussell! The worst part of the whole track for the car! Very bumpy! First gear! Stay in the steep part! And acceleration! Second gear! Third gear! Fourth gear! The next left hander is flat, absolutely flat! Aah, the road is just enough! Third gear! Up to Hohe Acht, highest part of the track! And from here now, that's the part of the track which separates the boys from the girls - downhill! Fourth gear! On to Wippermann! Very fast right hander! Left hander! Now next right hander - completely over the kerbs! Clip the kerbs! Little compression - third gear! Turning in - and then going down to Eschbach and Brünnchen! Very wide go to the apex! Here's where most of the spectators are watching the track. Apex... Into the Brünnchen corner, be careful here, on the outside, don't go too hard over the kerbs! Next one, Ice Corner, very slow one, very slippery in the wet! Late apex, and on the throttle! Third gear! Fourth gear! Down to Pflanzgarten! You have to brake before the bump! Like here! Brake! Lift off! Brake again! And now, double right hander, same radius! And now, from here, absolutely flat! Shortly before the jump, into fifth gear! Down the hill! Stay on the gas! Stay on the gas! No lifting! Right! Left! Up to Schwalbenschwanz, almost 250 here! Late braking! Into the corner! Third gear! Little oversteer! Now into the Schwalbenschwanz, another little Karussell, and acceleration! Oh! Oversteer! Oversteer! Third gear! Next corner very important now, oh! Traffic! Traffic! aah, that must cost some time! And now, fourth gear, onto the straightaway! Stay on the throttle! Stay on the throttle! Use all the road! Okay, onto the long straightaway, almost a mile of straightaway, hopefully no other car in front of us that blocks the following Antoniusbuche. Aah, maybe we have a car in front of us good for slipstreaming! Going up, sixth gear! 250! 260! Aah, we got some slipstream! 270! 275! Stay in the slipstream! And shortly before - pull out! Down Antoniusbuche - stay on the gas! No lifting into the compression! Stay on! Top speed! Stay on! Now lift off - very hard braking for the last chicane! Down to second gear! Over the kerbs, acceleration, third gear! Back to start and finish! And now, what will the clock show? Was it a good lap or no? Let's wait a second... and - Wow! 8:19.49! New record on the track!! That was a cool one! Hah! That's what we like! Thanks to a great car! And back to the pits! So I hope you enjoyed the lap with me! And if you ever try it again, I can just tell you - never lose respect of this famous, and most difficult track in the world! [Thanks Hans!]

Contents

Life and career

He was born in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and is the son of Christa Thielmann and the legendary Hans Stuck. As a young boy, his father taught him driving on the Nürburgring. In 1969 he started his first ever motor race at the Nordschleife. Speaking about that day he said, "Getting to the grid was extremely exciting. All of a sudden, my wishes to become a racer came true. I just wanted to start the race and give everybody hell!"[1] The following year, at just 19 years of age, he won his first 24 hours race at the wheel of a BMW 2002ti. He won there again in 1998 and 2004, too, each time with a BMW touring car.

In 1972, Stuck teamed up with Jochen Mass to drive a Ford Capri RS2600 to victory at the Spa 24 Hours endurance race in Belgium. His campaigns racing the BMW 3.0 CSL "Batmobile" were very successful in 1974 and 1975, in the German DRM as well as in the USA together with Ronnie Peterson. Later in the 1970s he raced the turbo-charged BMW 320i.

After some success in Formula 2 with a March-BMW, he also entered F1 with March. Overall, Stuck participated in 81 Grands Prix, debuting on 13 January 1974. He achieved two podiums and scored 29 championship points. Incidentally, Stuck was the first driver to be born after the inaugural Grand Prix in 1950. Stuck was quite successful at Brabham-Alfa in 1977, leading the 1977 United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen in the rain, but was replaced by Niki Lauda for 1978. Stuck missed an opportunity to join Williams F1 just before this team became successful.

Due to his height of 194 centimetres (6 ft 4 in), he did not fit well into the F1 cars of the late 1970s that had the cockpit moved forward. Leaving F1 at that time probably spared him bad injuries to the leg, as suffered by Ronnie Peterson, Clay Regazzoni, Marc Surer and others.

Stuck continued racing touring and sports cars all over the world, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans twice with a Porsche 962. Stuck says the 962 is the favourite racecar he has driven during his career, describing it has having the "perfect combination of power and downforce".[1]

In the 1990s he tasted touring car success, winning the DTM Championship in 1990 with Audi, before returning to Porsche until the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1998. He resumed an official role with BMW after that. In 2006, Stuck raced in the inaugural season of the Grand Prix Masters formula for retired Formula One drivers after scoring 6th in the first race event at the Kyalami circuit in South Africa on 11–13 November 2005.

January 2008 saw Stuck began his current position with Volkswagen Motorsport.[2] This role has also seen him use his experience to help refine road cars, including the new Golf VI GTI.[3]

Stuck announced the end of his active career as a race driver after 43 years after the 2011 Nürburgring 24 Hours, in which he participated with a Reiter Engineering Lamborghini Gallardo LP600+ GT3 together with Dennis Rostek and his sons Ferdinand Stuck and Johannes Stuck. Team Stuck³ finished 15th overall following gearbox problems.[4]

In April 2012, Stuck was appointed President of the German Motorsport Association (Deutscher Motor Sport Bund).[5]

Racing record

Complete 24 Hours of Nürburgring results

Year Team Car Also driven by Also driven by Also driven by Position Notes
1970 Koepchen BMW 2002 TI Clemens Schickentanz 1st
1971 Alpina BMW 2002 TI Günter Huber Retired Engine failure
1972 Fritzinger Tuning Ford Capri RS 2600 Klaus Fritzinger 2nd
1981 Unknown BMW 320i Gr. 2 K. Hens Michael Middelhaufe 5th in class
1982 Auto Budde Racing Team BMW 528i Heiner Müller Michael Middelhaufe Retired Accident
1984 Unknown BMW 635 CSi Dieter Quester Harald Grohs Retired Accident
1992 Unknown Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Olaf Manthey Walter Röhrl Frank Biela 3rd
1998 BMW Motorsport BMW 320d Marc Duez Christian Menzel Andreas Bovensiepen 1st
2000 Scheid Motorsport BMW M3 GTRS Johannes Scheid Stefan Schlesack Retired
2002 Scheid Motorsport BMW M3 GTRS Johannes Scheid Mario Merten Oliver Kainz Retired Gearbox failure
2003 BMW Motorsport BMW M3 GTR Boris Said John Nielsen Marc Duez Retired Accident
2004 BMW Motorsport BMW M3 GTR Pedro Lamy Jörg Müller Dirk Müller 1st
2005 BMW Motorsport BMW M3 GTR Pedro Lamy Jörg Müller Dirk Müller 2nd
2006 Duller Motorsport BMW M3 E46 GT Dieter Quester Dirk Werner Artur Deutgen Retired Accident
2007 Schubert Motorsport BMW Z4 M Coupe Johannes Stuck Claudia Hürtgen Richard Göransson 5th Class win
2008 Volkswagen Motorsport VW Scirocco GT24 Florian Gruber Thomas Mutsch Jimmy Johansson 11th Class win
2008 Volkswagen Motorsport VW Scirocco GT24 Carlos Sainz Giniel de Villiers Dieter Depping 15th Double entry
2009 Audi Sport Team Phoenix Audi R8 LMS GT3 Emanuele Pirro Frank Biela Marcel Fässler 12th
2010 Audi Sport Team Phoenix Audi R8 LMS GT3 Marc Basseng Mike Rockenfeller Frank Stippler Retired Engine failure
2011 Team Stuck³ Gallardo LP600+ GT3 Johannes Stuck Ferdinand Stuck Dennis Rostek 15th Stuck's final race

Complete European Formula Two Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Pos. Pts
1971 Eifelland Wohnwagenbau Brabham BT30 Cosworth HOC THR NÜR
Ret
JAR PAL ROU MAN TUL ALB VAL VAL NC 0
1973 March Racing Team March 732 BMW MAL HOC
DSQ
THR NC 0
STP March Engineering NÜR
16
PAU KIN NIV HOC
Ret
ROU
Ret
MNZ MAN KAR PER SAL NOR
Ret
ALB VAL
1974 March Racing Team March 742 BMW BAR
1
HOC
1
PAU
Ret
SAL
Ret
HOC
3
MUG KAR
8
PER
1
HOC
2
VAL
2
2nd 43
1975 March Engineering March 752 BMW EST THR
Ret
HOC
2
NÜR
8
PAU HOC
Ret
SAL ROU MUG PER SIL ZOL NOG VAL NC 0
1976 March Engineering March 762 BMW HOC
1
THR VAL SAL
Ret
PAU HOC
1
ROU MUG PER EST NOG HOC
Ret
NC 0
1977 Project Four Racing Ralt RT1 BMW SIL THR HOC
Ret
NÜR VAL PAU MUG ROU NOG PER MIS EST DON NC 0
1979 Polifac BMW Junior Team March 792 BMW SIL HOC THR NÜR VAL MUG PAU HOC
Ret
ZAN PER MIS DON NC 0

Graded drivers not eligible for European Formula Two Championship points

Complete World Sportscar Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Class Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Pos. Pts
1970 Oldenkott Pipe and Tobacco Racing GT
+2.0
Porsche 911 S Porsche F6 DAY SEB BRH MNZ TAR SPA NÜR
16
LMS GLN ÖST [N 1]
1972 Ford Motorenwerke T
3.0
Ford Capri Ford 4.0 V6 BUE DAY SEB BRH MNZ SPA TAR NÜR
8
LMS
Ret
ÖST GLN [N 1]
1973 B.M.W. Alpina T BMW 3.0 CSL BMW 3.2 L6 DAY VAL DIJ MNZ SPA
7
TAR [N 1]
BMW Motorsport GmbH BMW 3.0 L6 NÜR
Ret
LMS
Ret
ÖST GLN
1975 BMW of America T BMW 3.0 CSL BMW 3.5 L6 DAY
33
MUG DIJ MNZ SPA PER NÜR ÖST [N 1]
BMW Motorsport GLN
20
1977 BMW Faltz Gr.5 BMW 320i BMW M12 2.0 L4 DAY MUG SIL NÜR
Ret
GLN
28
MOS [N 2]
BMW Motorsport GmbH BMW 2.0 L4t BRH
Ret
HOC VAL
1978 BMW Motorsport GmbH Gr.5 BMW 320i BMW 2.0 L4t DAY MUG DIJ SIL
Ret
VAL
Ret
[N 1]
B.M.W. Alpina BMW M12 2.0 L4 NÜR
6
MIS GLN
3
1980 BMW Motorsport GmbH Gr.5 BMW M1 BMW M88 3.5 L6 DAY BRH MUG MNZ SIL NÜR
3
LMS
15
[N 1]
BMW North America GLN
36
MOS VAL DIJ
1981 Bavarian Motors International Gr.5 BMW M1 BMW M88 3.5 L6 DAY
6
SEB MUG MNZ RSD 85th 27.5
Team GS Sport SIL
Ret
LMS
Ret
PER DAY GLN SPA BRH
Ret
Gerhard Schneider NÜR
1
BMW Motorsport MOS
14
ROA
1982 BASF Cassetten Team GS Sport C Sauber SHS C6 Cosworth DFL 4.0 V8 MNZ
Ret
SIL
Ret
NÜR
Ret
LMS
Ret
SPA
9
MUG FUJ 103rd 2
BMW 1.7 L4t BRH
Ret
1983 Brun Motorsport GmbH C Sehcar C6 Cosworth DFL 4.0 V8 MNZ SIL
Ret
32nd 10
BMW M88/2 3.2 L6t NÜR
Ret
Sehcar C830 Porsche Type 935/76 2.6 F6t LMS
DNS
Porsche 956 SPA
4
FUJ KYA
Ret
1984 Brun Motorsport GmbH C1 Porsche 956 Porsche Type 935 2.6 F6t MNZ
4
SIL LMS 8th 54
Porsche 956B NÜR
Ret
BRH MOS SPA
3
IMO
1
Trust Engineering FUJ
3
KYA SAN
1985 Rothmans Porsche C1 Porsche 962C Porsche Type 935 2.6 F6t MUG
DSQ
LMS
3
HOC
1
MOS
1
SPA
2
BRH
1
FUJ
Ret
1st 117
Porsche 956 MNZ
2
SIL
2
SHA
Ret
1986 Rothmans Porsche C1 Porsche 962C Porsche Type 935 2.6 F6t MNZ
1
SIL
2
LMS
1
NOR
15
NÜR
Ret
SPA
3
FUJ
25
2nd 82
Joest Racing Porsche 956B BRH
2
JER
1987 Rothmans Porsche C1 Porsche 962C Porsche Type 935 3.0 F6t JAR
2
JER
3
MNZ
2
LMS
1
5th 99
Porsche AG SIL
3
NOR
Ret
Joest Racing BRH
4
NÜR
2
SPA
5
FUJ
1988 Porsche AG C1 Porsche 962C Porsche Type 935 3.0 F6t JER JAR MNZ SIL LMS
2
BRN BRH NÜR SPA FUJ SAN 22nd 45
1990 Joest Racing C1 Porsche 962C Porsche Type 935 3.2 F6t SUZ MNZ SIL SPA DIJ NÜR
Ret
DON CGV
8
MEX
5
31st 2
1991 Joest Racing C1 Porsche 962C Porsche Type 935 3.2 F6t SUZ MNZ SIL LMS
7
NÜR MAG MEX AUT 43rd 4
Footnotes
  1. ^ a b c d e f No drivers' Championship.
  2. ^ In 1976 and 1977 the World Championship was divided into two series that ran simultaneously but separately: The World Sportscar Championship and the World Championship for Makes.

Complete 24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1972 Germany Ford Motor Company Deutschland Germany Jochen Mass Ford Capri 2600RS T
3.0
152 DNF DNF
1973 Germany BMW Motorsport New Zealand Chris Amon BMW 3.0 CSL T
5.0
160 DNF DNF
1980 Germany BMW Motorsport GmbH Germany Hans-Georg Bürger
France Dominique Lacaud
BMW M1 IMSA 283 15th 5th
1981 Germany BASF Cassetten Team GS Sport France Jean-Pierre Jarier
Germany Helmut Henzler
BMW M1 IMSA
GTX
57 DNF DNF
1982 Germany BASF Cassetten Team GS Sport France Jean-Louis Schlesser
Austria Dieter Quester
Sauber SHS C6-Ford C 76 DNF DNF
1983 Switzerland Brun Motorsport GmbH Switzerland Walter Brun
West Germany Harald Grohs
Sehcar C830-Porsche C - DNS DNS
1985 Germany Rothmans Porsche United Kingdom Derek Bell Porsche 962C C1 367 3rd 3rd
1986 Germany Rothmans Porsche United Kingdom Derek Bell
United States Al Holbert
Porsche 962C C1 368 1st 1st
1987 Germany Rothmans Porsche AG United Kingdom Derek Bell
United States Al Holbert
Porsche 962C C1 368 1st 1st
1988 Germany Porsche AG Germany Klaus Ludwig
United Kingdom Derek Bell
Porsche 962C C1 394 2nd 2nd
1989 Germany Joest Racing France Bob Wollek Porsche 962C C1 382 3rd 3rd
1990 Germany Joest Porsche Racing United Kingdom Derek Bell
Germany Frank Jelinski
Porsche 962C C1 350 4th 4th
1991 Austria Konrad Motorsport
Germany Joest Porsche Racing
United Kingdom Derek Bell
Germany Frank Jelinski
Porsche 962C C2 347 7th 7th
1993 Germany Le Mans Porsche Team Germany Walter Röhrl
United States Hurley Haywood
Porsche 911 Turbo S LM-GT GT 79 DNF DNF
1994 Germany Le Mans Porsche Team
Germany Joest Racing
Belgium Thierry Boutsen
United States Danny Sullivan
Dauer 962 Le Mans GT1 343 3rd 2nd
1995 Germany Porsche Kremer Racing Belgium Thierry Boutsen
France Christophe Bouchut
Kremer K8 Spyder WSC 289 6th 2nd
1996 Germany Porsche AG Belgium Thierry Boutsen
France Bob Wollek
Porsche 911 GT1 GT1 353 2nd 1st
1997 Germany Porsche AG Belgium Thierry Boutsen
France Bob Wollek
Porsche 911 GT1 GT1 238 DNF DNF
1998 Germany Team BMW Motorsport United Kingdom Steve Soper
Denmark Tom Kristensen
BMW V12 LM LMP1 60 DNF DNF

Complete Formula One World Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 WDC Pts
1974 March Engineering March 741 Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 ARG
Ret
BRA
Ret
RSA
5
ESP
4
BEL
Ret
MON
Ret
SWE NED
Ret
FRA
DNQ
GBR
Ret
GER
7
AUT
11
ITA
Ret
CAN
Ret
USA
DNQ
16th 5
1975 Lavazza March March 751 Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 ARG BRA RSA ESP MON BEL SWE NED FRA GBR
Ret
GER
Ret
AUT
Ret
ITA
Ret
USA
8
NC 0
1976 March Engineering March 761 Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 BRA
4
RSA
12
USW
Ret
ESP
Ret
BEL
Ret
MON
4
SWE
Ret
FRA
7
GBR
Ret
GER
Ret
AUT
Ret
NED
Ret
ITA
Ret
CAN
Ret
USA
5
JPN
Ret
13th 8
1977 Team Rothmans International March 761B Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 ARG BRA RSA
Ret
11th 12
Martini Racing Brabham BT45B Alfa Romeo 115-12 3.0 F12 USW
Ret
ESP
6
MON
Ret
BEL
6
SWE
10
FRA
Ret
GBR
5
GER
3
AUT
3
NED
7
ITA
Ret
USA
Ret
CAN
Ret
JPN
7
1978 Shadow Racing Team Shadow DN8 Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 ARG
17
BRA
Ret
RSA
DNQ
18th 2
Shadow DN9 USW
DNS
MON
Ret
BEL
Ret
ESP
Ret
SWE
11
FRA
11
GBR
5
GER
Ret
AUT
Ret
NED
Ret
ITA
Ret
USA
Ret
CAN
Ret
1979 ATS Wheels ATS D2 Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 ARG
DNQ
BRA
Ret
RSA
Ret
USW
DSQ
ESP
14
BEL
8
MON
Ret
FRA
DNS
GBR
DNQ
GER
Ret
20th 2
ATS D3 AUT
Ret
NED
Ret
ITA
11
CAN
Ret
USA
5

Complete Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Pos. Pts
1984 Jägermeister Brun Motorsport BMW 635 CSi ZOL
15
HOC AVU AVU MFA
10
WUN
3
NÜR NÜR NOR NÜR DIE HOC
5
HOC
24
ZOL NÜR 16th 37.5
1990 Schmidt Motorsport Technik Audi V8 Quattro ZOL
1

14
ZOL
2

3
HOC
1

6
HOC
2

2
NÜR
1

Ret
NÜR
2

16
AVU
1

1
AVU
2

1
MFA
1

15
MFA
2

20
WUN
1

1
WUN
2

1
NÜR
1

Ret
NÜR
2

11
NOR
1

1
NOR
2

3
DIE
1

14
DIE
2

8
NÜR
1

11
NÜR
2

10
HOC
1

1
HOC
2

1
1st 189
1991 Schmidt Motorsport Technik Audi V8 Quattro Evo ZOL
1

9
ZOL
2

2
HOC
1

11
HOC
2

26
NÜR
1

10
NÜR
2

Ret
AVU
1

1
AVU
2

2
WUN
1

16
WUN
2

11
NOR
1

6
NOR
2

1
DIE
1

1
DIE
2

4
NÜR
1

9
NÜR
2

16
ALE
1

3
ALE
2

1
HOC
1

14
HOC
2

2
BRN
1

Ret
BRN
2

Ret
DON
1

Ret
DON
2

8
3rd 158
1992 Schmidt Motorsport Technik Audi V8 Quattro Evo ZOL
1

Ret
ZOL
2

Ret
NÜR
1

2
NÜR
2

12
WUN
1

11
WUN
2

Ret
AVU
1

6
AVU
2

Ret
HOC
1

19
HOC
2

Ret
NÜR
1

23
NÜR
2

Ret
NOR
1
NOR
2
BRN
1
BRN
2
DIE
1
DIE
2
ALE
1
ALE
2
NÜR
1
NÜR
2
HOC
1
HOC
2
18th 21

Complete International Touring Car Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Pos. Pts
1996 Team Rosberg Opel Opel Calibra V6 4x4 HOC
1

5
HOC
2

7
NÜR
1

6
NÜR
2

14†
EST
1

Ret
EST
2

7
HEL
1

1
HEL
2

1
NOR
1

7
NOR
2

4
DIE
1

5
DIE
2

4
SIL
1

12
SIL
2

15
NÜR
1

22†
NÜR
2

12
MAG
1

7
MAG
2

Ret
MUG
1

5
MUG
2

16†
HOC
1

17†
HOC
2

9
INT
1

7
INT
2

Ret
SUZ
1

18
SUZ
2

18†
9th 112
  • † — Retired, but was classified as he completed 90% of the winner's race distance.

References

  1. ^ a b AUSringers.com Hans-Joachim Stuck interview Retrieved 2009-04-04
  2. ^ hansstuck.com Archived 2009-03-15 at the Wayback Machine Hans-Joachim Stuck career Retrieved 2009-04-04
  3. ^ AUSmotive.com 2009 Mk6 Golf GTI image gallery Retrieved 2009-04-04
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-27. Retrieved 2011-06-30.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ ""Strietzel" Stuck neuer DMSB-Präsident" (in German). Focus. 21 April 2012. Retrieved 24 June 2017.

External links

Sporting positions
Preceded by
None
Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft Champion
1972
Succeeded by
Dieter Glemser
Preceded by
Herbert Adamzyck
Guia Race winner
1980
Succeeded by
Manfred Winkelhock
Preceded by
Helmut Greiner
Guia Race winner
1983
Succeeded by
Tom Walkinshaw
Preceded by
Stefan Bellof
World Sportscar Championship Champion
1985,
with Derek Bell
Succeeded by
Derek Bell (1986)
Preceded by
Klaus Ludwig
Paolo Barilla
Louis Krages
Winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans
1986 with:
Derek Bell
Al Holbert
Succeeded by
Derek Bell
Hans-Joachim Stuck
Al Holbert
Preceded by
Derek Bell
Hans-Joachim Stuck
Al Holbert
Winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans
1987 with:
Derek Bell
Al Holbert
Succeeded by
Jan Lammers
Johnny Dumfries
Andy Wallace
Preceded by
Roberto Ravaglia
German Touring Car Champion
1990
Succeeded by
Frank Biela
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