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#351 ReWind

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 16:17

Originally posted by David McKinney
My western keyboard gives me no option but to leave diacritics off Czechoslovakian names...

No, it doesn't! It's all there in your computer.

Of course my PC's programmes have German names. Therefore I don't know if the following is of any help to English language speaking TNFers.

On my PC I can click on "Programme". Next I can click on "Zubehör", next on "Systemprogramme" and then on "Zeichentabelle" (which should translate into something like "index of characters") where all those foreign letters are listed.

For instance if you want to write Jarek Janis' name correctly (Janiš) you have to keep the "Alt" push-button down and type "0154" on the Zahlenquadrat (digits' square?) at the right side of your key board. What you get is: š.

BTW: Meanwhile we have either Czech names or Slovakian names.;)

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#352 David McKinney

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 17:15

Originally posted by ReWind
Meanwhile we have either Czech names or Slovakian names.;)

They were Czechoslovakian in the period I'm talking about :)

#353 ferdi

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 12:59

Originally posted by Alexey Rogachev
Unfortunately I don't have much information on the 1964 CPF. Here are the results of Czechoslovakian round (Velka Cena ČSSR), held on August, 22 at Brno (thanks to IMV for them) :

1. Max Byczkowski GDR Melkus Wartburg
2. Frieder Rädlein GDR Melkus Wartburg
3. Siegfried Seifert GDR SEG Wartburg
4. Jerzy Jankowski POL Rak Wartburg
5. Heinz Melkus GDR Melkus Wartburg
6. Longin Bielak POL Rak Wartburg
7. Vladimir Valenta CZE Mustang Wartburg

1964 14th Velka Cena
10 laps(10x13.9 km), 24 started 18 finished

14. Imre Sulyok H Wartburg
18. Ferenc Demmel H Wartburg

Retirements:
Ferenc Kiss H - fire at the start
Tibor Széles H Melkus Wartburg, gearbox

Fastest lap: Max Byczkowski 130.2 km/h

Championship results after 4 rounds:
1. German democratic republic 18pts.
2. Poland 11pts.
3. Czechoslovakia 7pts.
4. Hungary 4pts.

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 13:13

Originally posted by ferdi
I am a bit confused too...
In the foreground of the No.71 is a Hungarian driver -only his shoulder visible - start No. 100, the decal on his car is the logo of the Hungarian oil-service company "Áfor" , I do not know who he is.....yet

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Some infos - No.100:

mechanic Elemér Hundzsa, driver Sándor Kovács, mechanic Mihály Bagi
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It was the first Hungarian Formula Easter.
Front suspension - Trabant, rear suspension - SEG.
First race - 1976 Schleiz.
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Schleiz 1976
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#355 Alexey Rogachev

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 15:32

:up: !

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 17:02

Schleiz 1976

5 - ?
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Can you tell me something about this "donkey" ?.... :)
I have a tip only:
" 5 Mueller Bernd DDR Greiz-Lada Sapporoshez "
http://www.puru.de/d...assic2.html#r2c

#357 Alexander M

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 17:38

Originally posted by ferdi
Schleiz 1976

5 - ?
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Can you tell me something about this "donkey" ?.... :)
I have a tip only:
" 5 Mueller Bernd DDR Greiz-Lada Sapporoshez "
http://www.puru.de/d...assic2.html#r2c


'Sapporoshez' should mean 'Zaporozhets' (Запорожец ) - the car produced at ZAZ factory (http://en.wikipedia....iki/Zaporozhets ). To be honest, if you didn't mention the name you have for it, it would be hard for me to recognize it. I see this car for the first time, and I don't know why Lada is mentioned, as for production cars there was no connection. The only thing I can suppose could be Lada engine inside. But since it ran in 1150cc category, there's no Lada engine that would meet the demand, while standard Zaporozhets engine was a 1198cc one. There was a ZAZ 966V modification equipped with a 887cc MeMZ-966 engine, though.
Speaking about Greiz, I would assume that to be a name of German city - as far as I know, it was Bernd Mueller's hometown.

I've also found some 'Lada KLG' (or would it be better to call it KLG-Lada?) car mentioned, as driven by Sandor Kovacz. Is it the #100 formula you've posted above?

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 19:36

Originally posted by Alexander M I've also found some 'Lada KLG' (or would it be better to call it KLG-Lada?) car mentioned, as driven by Sandor Kovacz. Is it the #100 formula you've posted above? [/B]

KLG was a Hungarian spurk-plug making company.
Probably it was the sponsor. Sándor Kovács drove Lada 1.3(not Formula Easter) previously - KLG-Lada - it is possible for those results too.
Check the dates, first race with " No. 100 " was Schleiz 1976.

#359 Alexander M

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 19:52

Originally posted by ferdi
KLG was a Hungarian spurk-plug making company.
Probably it was the sponsor. Sándor Kovács drove Lada 1.3(not Formula Easter) previously - KLG-Lada - it is possible for those results too.
Check the dates, first race with " No. 100 " was Schleiz 1976.


It is exactly 1976 Schleiz, 1300cc Formula race. I've found it by the link you've posted in connection with Bernd Mueller's car. Just scroll a little higher and you will see it. That's why I thought it could be that car :)

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 20:17

Originally posted by ferdi
KLG was a Hungarian spurk-plug making company.

:eek::eek:

I wonder what Kenelm Lee Guinness would've thought about that! :o

#361 David McKinney

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 20:28

Not a problem - his company didn't make spurk-plugs :lol:

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 20:36

Fair point! :D

#363 ferdi

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 22:15

.... :lol: ....
Hungarian Bakony-Company bought licence for spurk-plug production from Smith Industries in 1982.
The full product-line came from UK.
The name of their product was "Bakony-KLG"
They made car-parts for VAZ from 1968, for Polski-Fiat, Dacia, Moskvich, Zastava from 1974 - mainly electrical parts.
From 1985 own developed parts for Lada Samara.

But what does it mean - KLG-Lada - in 1976, I have no idea.
Maybe, just a simple name repeat(copy) from later years start-lists....

#364 Alexander M

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 12:53

Could it stand for, say, Kovacs L.... G.....?

#365 David McKinney

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 15:24

My guess is that a licensing agreement with KLG in the UK would be most likely

#366 Alexey Rogachev

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 15:38

Originally posted by ferdi
But what does it mean - KLG-Lada - in 1976, I have no idea.
Maybe, just a simple name repeat(copy) from later years start-lists....

Maybe the best modus operandi would be asking the author of the web site - he is known as Puru001 here - for his source of information. Most likely it can be "Illustrierter Motorsport".

#367 ferdi

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 17:24

Interesting video from Schleiz Cup of Peace and Friendship(from 15th minute)
http://video.racing.hu/autoversenyzok

No.50 - Gaál Pál Lada footages - on-board ! + Formula Easter

83 minutes long movie from 1979, focused on Cup of Peace and Friendship - rallye, circuit, hill-climb....

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 23:19

Schleiz 1976, probably Karel Jilek MTX 1-03
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 23:44

13th of June, 1986 Hungaroring, Cup of Peace and Friendsip round

The first race on this new(than) track, it was the "warm up" for the organisers before the first Formula-1 race at Hungary, August 7-10.

Pole Position - No.21 Vaclav Lim 2. - No.31 Jiří Veselý 3. - No.81 Ulli Melkus 4. - No.92 Bernd Kasper
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Posted 28 February 2009 - 09:58

1986 Hungaroring, Budapest

Touring-cars, 23 laps, 25 started, 21 finished

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103 - Victor Nicoara RO Dacia-1310 finished 10th
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27 - Petr Bold CS finished 3rd (edited - info from Alexey Rogachev)
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28 - Josef Studenic CS Skoda-130LR finished 6th
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55 - András Gergely H Skoda-120LS retired
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Posted 28 February 2009 - 10:38

1986 Hungaroring, Budapest

Formula Easter - 23 laps, 25 started, 18 finished

21 - Vaclav Lim CS Avia AE-3 winner
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93 - Bernd Kasper GDR SRG MT77-2 finished 2nd
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31 - Jiří Veselý CS RAF 86 finished 3rd (edited - info from Grzegorz Chyla & Alexey Rogachev)
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24 - Jiří Moskal CS MTX 1-06 finished 5th (edited - info from sat & Alexey Rogachev)
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29 - Jiri Micanek CS SRG MT77 finished 6th (edited - correction from Alexey Rogachev)
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51 - László Oroszlán H RAF-80 finished 7th
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3 - Jerzy Mazur PL MTX finished 8th
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52 - István Tarró H MTX finished 9th
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96 - Manfred Günther GDR SRG MT77-1 finished 10th
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54 - Mátyás Szigetvári H MTX finished 12th
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59 - Árpád Kurcz H finished 13th - other driver ?
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55 - László Kálmándi Papp H MTX finished 14th
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53 - Zoltán Stiller H RAF-S finished 15th
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9 - Andrzej Wojciechowski PL Promot IIa chassis number 68/83 finished 16th(edited - info from Grzegorz Chyla)
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81 - Ulli Melkus GDR SRG MT77-2 retired
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1 - Tomasz Sikora PL Promot 85 retired(?) (edited - info from sat & Alexey Rogachev)
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115 - Tiberiu Gedeon RO Dacia(?) retired(?) (edited - info from sat & Alexey Rogachev)
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111 - Eugen Peteanu(?) RO Dacia(?) retired(?) (edited - info from Alexey Rogachev)
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#372 GrzegorzChyla

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 20:55

absolutely breathtaking set of photos!

I think no. 31 on first foto may me Jiri Vesely (czechoslovakia) in a RAF. And no, 9 in one of last photos is Andrzej Wojciechowski (Poland) in Promot IIa, chassis number 68/83.

regards from Poland
Grzegorz
(I was at 1986 and 1987 Hungarian GP)

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 23:52

Originally posted by GrzegorzChyla
I think no. 31 on first foto may me Jiri Vesely (czechoslovakia) in a RAF.

Grzegorz,
I hope this photo helps to identify No.31
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offtopic:
Do you know rallye-photographer(s) in Poland, who took photos from the early 70s ?
I would like to cooperate with somebody in Poland.
I have large collection of rallye-photos - especially Rallye Cup of Peace and Friendship in Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Yu, Cz....Polish-teams etc.....
I am looking for same in Poland, GDR......original slides- negatives prefered.... ;)
(I was in Poland at Rajd-Polski, Rajd-Warsawski 1973 -74 -75...-88 nearly every year)

#374 Alexey Rogachev

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 08:28

No. 31 is Jiří Veselý (RAF 86) indeed.

Lada 2105 no. 27 - Petr Bold.

Jiří Mičánek's car (no. 29) was German SRG MT77, not MTX-1-06.

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 08:39

I must thank you, Alexey, for starting this thread.

It's quite fascinating for someone who imagined (obviously very wrongly) that such an individualist exercise as motor racing did not take place under Communism. It's a whole new world for me and I enjoy it very much.

#376 Alexey Rogachev

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 09:49

:blush:

I think that you'd better thank not only me but everyone who have kept this thread active for almost six years - Andrzej, sat, IMV, Grzegorz, ferdi and others :)

#377 David McKinney

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 09:54

We thank you all :clap:

#378 ferdi

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 11:31

Grzegorz & Alexey,
Thanks for the corrections!

Few more shots from 1986 Hungaroring, these are unknown drivers for me, if anybody can help....please:

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Any info - No.58 ?

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 11:37

Stunning photos I must say! :eek:

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 11:40

1 - Tomasz Sikora - Promot?

24 - Jiří Moskal - MTX 1-06

and probably

115 - Tiberiu Gedeon - Dacia, i don't know he was there

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 11:46

1 - Tomasz Sikora, POL, Promot 85 (BTW, is he anyhow related to the famous biathlon athlete Tomasz Sikora?)
24 - Jiří Moskal, CZE, MTX 1-06
111, 115 - Romanian drivers in Romanian cars. I guess that all the cars of Romanian team were basically of the same type, modified individually by drivers themselves - sometimes beyond recognition. In Estonian magazine "Kehakultuur", the 1988 type of Romanian single-seaters was named GT 88, so I guess the 1986 type was GT 86. No. 115 must be Tiberiu Gedeon (or Gedeon Tiberiu), no. 111 is probably Eugen Peteanu.

Edit: sat, you posted the answers ahead of me while I was spending my time trying to reveal Romanian mysteries :lol: BTW, are you sure they had Dacia engines and not Ladas?

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 12:01

Sure I am not

#383 GrzegorzChyla

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 17:54

Originally posted by Alexey Rogachev
1 - Tomasz Sikora, POL, Promot 85 (BTW, is he anyhow related to the famous biathlon athlete Tomasz Sikora?)


I don't think the two Tomasz Sikora's are related. It is quite a common family name in Poland - actually there is also a famous polish photographer with the same name.

It is worth mentioning that this car (Promot III, chassis 72/85) is currently in Germany and is taking part in Haigo race series.

regards,
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Posted 01 March 2009 - 18:10

Thank you for your comments!

I found and started to scan two rolls of negatives - 1982 Schleiz.
These are in horrible condition, sorry about the quality.
Sharpless shots, but I hope informative....

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more coming soon....

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 21:23

Unfortunately the race numbers are not discernible here, except no. 21 - Vlastimil Tomášek (CZE) and no. 97 - Klaus Peter Schachtschneider (GDR) - both driving Lada 21011's.

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 23:37

Originally posted by Alexey Rogachev
Unfortunately the race numbers are not discernible here, except no. 21 - Vlastimil Tomášek (CZE) and no. 97 - Klaus Peter Schachtschneider (GDR) - both driving Lada 21011's.

35 - Zastava, Milos Bychl CS

Few more "atmospheric-shots":

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 23:46

Originally posted by Alexey Rogachev
no. 21 - Vlastimil Tomášek (CZE)

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23 - Petr Samohyl CS Skoda-120L
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24 - Ladislav Bareš CS Lada 21011 finished 7th (edited - info from Alexey Rogachev)
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26 - Adolf Fesarek CS Vaz 21011 disqualified
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35 - Milos Bychl Zastava CS disqualified
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55 - András Gergely H Vaz 21011
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59 - Pál Gaál H Vaz 21011
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61 - Nikolay Bakhmurov USSR Lada 21011 (edited - info from Alexey Rogachev)
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73 -Sergey Dadvani USSR Lada 21011 retired (edited - info from Alexey Rogachev)
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95 - Jürgen Käppler GDR Vaz 21011 retired
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99 - Dietmar Isensee GDR Vaz 21011 finished 14th
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101 – Nicu Grigoras RO Dacia 1300 finished 9th (edited - info from Alexey Rogachev)
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102 - Stefan Janovici RO Dacia retired
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104 - B Ursu RO Dacia
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105 -
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154 - Wolfgang Radke GDR Skoda-120L
http://img223.images...329/sc82154.jpg

155 -
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Posted 02 March 2009 - 11:54

I'd suppose #23 Skoda to be Petr Samohyl's Skoda 120L.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 12:02

Originally posted by Alexander M
I'd suppose #23 Skoda to be Petr Samohyl's Skoda 120L.

I found refernce from 1982 too.....;)
http://www.racinghis...K_Kijeva04.html

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 12:07

Do you know where & when ?

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http://photofile.nam...tymipt/3543834/

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http://photofile.nam.../#mainImageLink

Here are a lot of interesting scans from old, Soviet-era magazines:
http://photofile.nam...ers/qwertymipt/

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 12:12

Originally posted by Alexander M
I'd suppose #23 Skoda to be Petr Samohyl's Skoda 120L.

Quite right! The rest are:
24 – Ladislav Bareš, CZE, Lada 21011
51 – András Szabó or Imre Gulyás, HUN, Lada 21011
61 – Nikolay Bakhmurov, USSR, Lada 21011
97 – Klaus Peter Schachtschneider, GDR, Lada 21011
101 – most probably Nicu Grigoras, ROM, Dacia 1300
73 – Sergey Dadvani, USSR, Lada 21011

#392 ferdi

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 12:49

Originally posted by Alexey Rogachev
97 – Klaus Peter Schachtschneider, GDR, Lada 21011

Here:
http://www.puru.de/DDRsch82.html
Klaus Peter Schachtschneider - Zastava

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 14:43

I believe that Zastava has appeared there only by mistake - if you have a look at the first results table on that page, you'll see Schachtschneider and the Lada 21011.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 23:40

Spasiba, gentlemen! :up:

It's absolutely fascinating to see the racing machinery produced behind the Iron Curtain. With shortages of everything material, the resourcefulness of the motor racing enthusiasts there was incredible - with a good head and the heart in the right place, a lot can be achieved with very modest means!

Some of those Formula Easter cars were actually aesthetically very pleasing IMO - the Melkus MT77 is to my eye such a pretty and well-proporioned little car, with its smooth, flowing lines.

More, please!

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 23:47

One would nearly want to move ey Anders ?

#396 ferdi

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Posted 03 March 2009 - 01:44

49th Schleizer Dreieck Rennen 6-8 August 1982
http://www.puru.de/DDRsch82.html

92 - Frieder Kramer GDR MT77-1 - winner, disqualified?
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http://www.ddr-forme...eiten/8frkr.htm

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Do you know the reason of his disqualification ?

91 - Hartmut Thassler GDR MT77-1 finished 2nd
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http://www.ddr-forme.../hauptframe.htm

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81 - Ulli Melkus GDR MT77-1 finished 3rd
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7 - Jacek Jurzak PL JJ-01 finished 17th
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Grzegorz,
What was the colour of this racecar in 1982?
The same blue, like in your photo -http://czajla.republ...1983-jurzak.jpg - from 1983?

I found one more photo of Jacek Jurzak:
http://img185.images...19830141eq6.jpg
Here:
http://www.autosport...duszki,239.html

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Posted 03 March 2009 - 12:43

Do you know this book?
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Posted 03 March 2009 - 14:46

Jacek Jurzak (PL) not Promot but JJ-01.

#399 ferdi

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Posted 03 March 2009 - 15:45

Originally posted by anjakub
Jacek Jurzak (PL) not Promot but JJ-01.

Thanks! Edited...

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Posted 03 March 2009 - 15:51

Originally posted by ferdi
Do you know this book?
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Yes, and it's a very useful thing! :up:
http://forums.autosp...&threadid=91946

Andrzej, Grzegorz, do you know anything of the participation of Polish drivers in the first round of the 1972 USSR F2 championship? It took place in Minsk together with the CPF round. As Soviet F2 cars had mainly Moskvich 412 engines (1478 cc), 1.5-litre F. Polonia seems to be the comparable Polish class. The race was won by Madis Laiv but the second and the third places were occupied by Polish drivers, Janusz Kiljanczyk and Józef Kielbania respectively. That's all what I know about it. Do you have anything to add?