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Jürgen Lässig

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Jürgen Lässig (born February 25, 1943 in Tuttlingen) is a German former racing driver.

Lässig began competing in endurance sports car racing, often World Sportscar Championship races in the early 1980s for Obermaier Racing and drove in several 24 Hours of Le Mans races. He and the Kremer Racing team were the winners of the 1995 24 Hours of Daytona. He retired after the 1997 24 Hours of Le Mans driving for Kremer.

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
1981 West Germany Weralit Racing Team West Germany Edgar Dören
West Germany Gerhard Holup
Porsche 935 K3 Gr.5 48 DNF DNF
1983 West Germany Obermaier Racing West Germany Axel Plankenhorn
South Africa Desiré Wilson
Porsche 956 Gr.C 347 7th 7th
1984 West Germany Obermaier Racing South Africa George Fouché
Canada John Graham
Porsche 956 Gr.C1 147 DNF DNF
1985 West Germany Obermaier Racing Spain Jesús Pareja
Belgium Hervé Regout
Porsche 956 Gr.C1 357 7th 7th
1986 West Germany Obermaier Racing Italy Fulvio Ballabio
United Kingdom Dudley Wood
Porsche 956 Gr.C1 345 5th 5th
1987 France Primagaz Competition France Pierre Yver
Belgium Bernard de Dryver
Porsche 962C Gr.C1 335 2nd 2nd
1988 France Primagaz Competition France Pierre Yver
United Kingdom Dudley Wood
Porsche 962C Gr.C1 356 11th 11th
1989 Germany Obermaier Racing
France Primagaz Competition
France Pierre Yver
France Paul Belmondo
Porsche 962C Gr.C1 61 DNF DNF
1990 Germany Obermaier Racing France Pierre Yver
Germany Otto Altenbach
Porsche 962C Gr.C1 341 9th 9th
1991 Switzerland Team Salamin Primagaz
Germany Obermaier Racing
France Pierre Yver
Germany Otto Altenbach
Porsche 962C Cat.2 232 DNF DNF
1992 Germany Obermaier Racing GmbH France Pierre Yver
Germany Otto Altenbach
Porsche 962C Cat.3 297 10th 3rd
1993 Germany Porsche Kremer Racing Italy Giovanni Lavaggi
South Africa Wayne Taylor
Porsche 962CK6 Cat.2 328 12th 7th
1994 Germany Porsche Kremer Racing United Kingdom Derek Bell
United Kingdom Robin Donovan
Kremer K8 Spyder LMP1-C90 312 6th 4th
1995 Germany Porsche Kremer Racing Austria Franz Konrad
Brazil Antonio Herrmann de Azevedo
Kremer K8 Spyder WSC 163 DNF DNF
1996 Germany Porsche Kremer Racing France Christophe Bouchut
Finland Harri Toivonen
Kremer K8 Spyder LMP1 110 DNF DNF
1997 Germany Porsche Kremer Racing Spain Tomás Saldaña
Sweden Carl Rosenblad
Kremer K8 Spyder LMP1 103 DNF DNF

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