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This stage of the ADAC is reminiscent of the opening race at the in 1927, which Rudolf and Adolf Rosenberger won in a dual-victory the Mercedes-Benz type S. Hence the title “Champion of the Nürburgring”, Caracciola earned for himself in the years.

The 300 SEL 6.8 AMG, which gained fame as the “Red and the classic Mercedes-Benz 300 SE (W 112) car will also be driven by renowned Mercedes-Benz racing such as Jochen Mass and Glemser. The AMG Version of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 (W luxury saloon drew in 1971 when the red touring car first place in its class and a ranking in the overall classification at the 24 Race of Spa-Francorchamps. Outfitted with standard equipment, the 300 SE carried on the brand’s brilliant tradition in the 1960s above all numerous rally victories.

The were also successful on the The 220 SE (W 111) rebuilt by Mercedes-Benz which will compete in the race for the Dunlop FHR long-distance is a reminder of this success. Mass will be behind the during this stage. the Eifelrennen marks a new high in the partnership between Mercedes-Benz and the Fahrergemeinschaft Historischer Rennsport e. V. Founded in 1983, the FHR has been historic motorsport for almost 30 and has made a significant contribution to the of the current racing series historic competition vehicles.

The Eifelrennen has been held at the since the opening of the legendary track in 1927. But the event’s stretch back even – from 1922 to 1926, raced in a circuit around the of Nideggen in what was called the Eifelrundfahrt-Rennen. The Eifelrennen also the birth of the iconic Mercedes-Benz Arrows. In 1934, type W 25 cars appeared here for the time not in the usual white but with their shiny bodywork exposed.

In 2009, ADAC relaunched the as an event for vintage motorcars. a variety of competitions for different and a multitude of sideshow events, the provides an exceptional stage for the active scene of historic It will also include the of some 70 club vehicles by Classic in the paddock and the big club in the Mercedes arena, with an turn-out of over 500 classic

Mercedes-Benz Classic cars at the ADAC Eifelrennen

Mercedes-Benz SSK hp (series W 06 III), 1928

Of the supercharged sports cars in the Benz S model series, SSK (series W 06 II, W 06 III and WS 06) is the most exclusive and fascinating version. The model stands for Super-Sport-Kurz (Super Short), emphasising the shorter alongside its particularly sporty In the summer of 1928, works driver Rudolf Caracciola the brand-new SSK to victory at the Gabelbach and races on the mountains of Schauinsland and Ventoux. In 1930 and 1931, the SSK him win the European Hill Climb The weight-reduced, further modified version, also known as the (Super-Sport-Kurz-Leicht (Super Sport, Light), W 06 RS), also spectacular victories. The win at the legendary Miglia” 1000-mile race was one of the important of these. In April Rudolf Caracciola was the first to win this gruelling road from Brescia to Rome and

Technical data for Mercedes-Benz series SSK 27/170/225 hp (W 06 III) version

Production period:

Cylinder: 6/in-line

Displacement: cc

Performance: 170 hp (123 kW), supercharger 225 hp (166 kW) at 3300 rpm

speed: 192 km/h

Mercedes-Benz 220 SE (W “FHR fintail”

To commemorate the successes of the period and to keep the of the brand’s exceptional racing alive while also historic motorsport even attractive for private drivers, Classic reconstructed a type 220 SE saloon (series W 111) in for use in historic motorsport events. The car the regulations of the FIA International Sporting Appendix K (FIA – Féderation de l’Automobile). The vehicle is used in for the Dunlop FHR long-distance cup held by the Historischer Rennsport e. V. (FHR) – the biggest historical long-distance series as per Appendix K. True to for the 1960’s, the competition car closely the production model from a standpoint. The usual modifications stiffer suspension elements and components, a larger fuel and an engine performance tuned for the intended use.

Technical for Mercedes-Benz 220 SE (W 111) “FHR

Production period: 1959-1965

2195 cc

Performance: 120 hp (88 kW) at 4800 rpm

speed: approx. 170 km/h

300 SE (W 112) rally car

From to Germany, the rally-car version of the 300 SE dominated the touring car scene in the 1963 and 1964. As with all Mercedes-Benz motorcars from the which competed in rallies, the “fintail” saloons were closely on their standard Daimler-Benz AG also used fact as a selling point for the saloons. But the saloons underwent modifications, depending on how they to be used. These included chassis elements, a larger tank, and changes to the engine for instance, by lowering the compression to achieve better engine There were also in the gearbox and axle ratios.

Technical data for the Mercedes-Benz 300 SE (W rally car

Production period:

Displacement: 2996 cc

Performance: 195 hp kW) (production version: 160 hp/118 kW; 1964: 170 hp /125 kW)

Maximum over 200 km/h (production 175 km/h to 195 km/h, depending on of construction and rear axle

Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.8 AMG (W 109)

At the wheel of the 300 SEL 6.3 AMG touring race car, Heyer and Clemens Schickentanz won a class victory and second in the overall classification on 24 July in the 24-hour race at Spa, The winning car was developed by the then-virtually AMG, founded in 1967 by Werner Aufrecht and Erhard under the name “Ingenieursbüro, und Versuch zur Entwicklung von Rennmotoren” office, construction and testing for the of racing engines). The modified was based on the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3. an output of 184 kW (250 hp), the car was unrivalled in its time. But Aufrecht and made the fastest German production car of the period even powerful: engine capacity from 6330 to 6835 cc and the of the improved V8 engine increased to 315 kW hp). The race win at Spa marked the for AMG and would be followed by further The original car from 1971 no exists, but in 2006, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.8 AMG was in a detailed reconstruction.

Technical data for Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.8 AMG (W

Production period: 1971


Mercedes-Benz W06

Displacement: 6835 cc

Performance: 315 kW hp)

Maximum speed: 265 km/h

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Dieter Glemser — in Kirchheim/Teck on 28 June 1938

Glemser’s career in the fast began with the Schorndorf Climb race in 1960. class victories followed in mountain and circuit races on the

Glemser began racing for AG in 1963, winning overall in a 220 SE at the Poland Rally and taking place in both the Germany (including a class win) and the Prix of Argentina. In the following too, Glemser participated in the victory of the Böhringer/Kaiser, Glemser/Braungart and teams at the Grand Prix of

Glemser celebrated victory again in 1971 with a Champion title for Ford in the car championships and a win at the 24-hour Spa-Francorchamps He also held the title of Motor Sport Champion in and 1974. However, following a accident caused by tyre at the Macau Touring Car Race, China, in November 1974, he to end his active motorsport career.

For ten from 1990, Dieter was a member of the Mercedes-Benz Motorsport and as hed of department, he was responsible for the organisation. 2001 to 2008, he worked on a basis for Mercedes-AMG and Daimler AG for and driver safety training as as at Classic events. He continues to at Mercedes-Benz Classic events to day.

Klaus Ludwig — in Bonn on 5 October 1949

Ludwig started in motorsport by in slalom races, orienteering and touring car races from to 1973. He went on to achieve rankings in the German Racing and secured victories here in and 1981, in addition to three in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1979, and 1985. In 1988, he won the German Car Championship with Ford, joined the AMG-Mercedes team in driving to victory 19 times in the years that followed.

The points of his career were the title in the championships of 1992 and as well as a second place in 1991 – successes which him the nickname “King Ludwig”. In and 1996, Klaus Ludwig in the German Touring Car Championship for Team Rosberg.

In 1997 and Ludwig was once again for Mercedes-Benz, this time in the FIA GT winning the overall ranking with Ricardo Zonta in In the first season of the new German Car Championship, he was the oldest contender to to win a race, in 2000, and concluded the in third place overall in a CLK. When the season was he ended his active career as a racing driver.

Jochen — Born in Dorfen Wolfratshausen/Munich on 30 September 1946

Mass, originally a trained began his richly varied career in 1968 racing cars for Alfa-Romeo and as a works driver for Ford between and 1975. During this he won the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (1972). At the time, he drove in Formula 2 and in 105 Formula 1 Grand Prix (1973/74 for Surtees; 1975-1977 for 1978 for ATS; 1979/80 for 1982 for March).

With the 1985 German Car Championship title and a stint as a driver at Porsche until under his belt, he was recruited for the team, also as a works He drove in Group C for this until 1991. In the new Silver the Sauber-Mercedes C 9, Jochen Mass won the 24 of Le Mans together with Reuter and Stanley Dickens and runner-up in the 1989 World Three years later, became involved in team for the German Touring Car Championship.

Sir Moss described him as “a highly driver with an incredible for race cars and in-depth of motorsport of all ages”. Jochen still represents Mercedes-Benz at racing events and at vintage sports car events such as the Eifelrennen at the Nürburgring. Whether in a Arrow W 165 or a Mercedes-Benz SSK, Mass knows and drives all.

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