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Obrigado... Nunca tinha ouvido falar nele!
Na expansao do Need for Speed Porsche vem lá este Porsche 356 nº 13 que ficava disponivel assim que se ganhasse o contra relogio do rally europa na era classic que os rails eram fardos de palha e o pouco alcatrao que havia se conseguissemos passar com a gold medal via-se um video e depois aparecia o carro como disponivel. Fica aqui sem duvida um bom momento de historia e nem nos jogos virtuais a Porsche esquece os seus herois
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Obrigado ACE,

por dares a conhecer mais um pedaço da história da Porsche.

Obrigado ZICO,

pelo complementar das informações.


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Obrigado ACE,

por dares a conhecer mais um pedaço da história da Porsche.

Obrigado ZICO,

pelo complementar das informações.


Paulo Lourenço
Nós por cá temos mesmo muita sorte de ter estes "sábios" da Porsche, que nos ensinam toda esta cultura acerca da marca...

Noutros sítios, temos plagiadores (que também vêm cá aprender mas não o admitem) que copiam os "nossos" textos e os assumem como se fossem de autoria própria...

São os tristes do costume!!!



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Acho que isto também fica.

É uma reprodução do artigo escrito por uma outra lenda, Richard von Fankenberg, na revista Christophorus, sobre a vitória de Strähle no LIEGE_ROMA_LIEGE






Strähle
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the Auto Marathon



Liege - Rome - Liege is the hardest long-distance rally which we have in Europe-on this point all the experts agree. It has a long tradition and was already being run in pre-war days. Every year it is more difficult. because the organizers. the Royal Motor Union in Brussels, are of the opinion that as every year cars become bettcr so must the rally be made more difficult. This long-distance rally, known in France and Belgium as the Ato Marathon, which is a very fitting name-is about 3,188 miles long and has to be driven non-stop. Driver and co-driver are on the road for about 91 hours, across the whole of Europe.
This event has the name Liege - Rome - Liege because in the old days Rome realry was the -turning point, but several years ago the Italians announced that they didn't want any rallies going to Rome during holiday season, and so to be correct one should say today: Liége - Jugoslavia - Liège. The route goes through Germany, Northern Italy and Austria deep into Jugoslavia. then through upper Italy and Southern France (the Martime Alps) back again to Liege.
When one speaks of Jugoslavia une thinks instinctively of bad roads, and those sections which are in Jugoslavia are indeed the most difficult of the whole rally, for here, partly by night, roads which are more suíted to jeeps than to GT cars, sinuous, rubbly mountain roads, must be conquered with an average of 37.5 mph. In addition to this it is not exactly easy to find one's way: the co-driver is also kept pretty busy all the time and can rarely relax. Sleep plays a very small part during these 91 hours. ln the French and Italian Alps are several passes where it is barely possible to hold an average of 31.25 mph-at the moment I am thinking only of the Gavia, whích this year was driven from the Ponte di Legno side. The next control was in Santa Caterina, just over the pass. Paul Ernst Straehle, teamed with the Frenchman Buchet (an ideal driver for the long course: two years ago, driving with the French GT champion Claude Storez, who unfortunately left us much too early, he won the general classification in this difficult rally, also in a Porsche Carrera),


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One 0f the clossical mountain passes in the Liège-Rome-Liège rally is the Vivione Pass in the Bergamo Alps, south of Edolo.
It only rises to 5,500 ft, but is a very narrow road with much rubble and many corners.
Here even the Liège-Rome-Liege experts with their Porsche Correras or their Ferrori GTs
have dificulty in holding an average of 31 mph. Our picrure shows Paul Ernst Straehle with his "V-2" as he has christened his Correra,
that being its license number. Note the three large extra headlights which he has had fixed on for night driving


brought off a masterpiece here on the Gavia. He drove the whole pass without having a second gear! The second gear would not engage on the way down into Jugoslavia, the trouble being in the gear shift rod, bllt there was no time to effect repairs. As a result he drove up nearly the whole of the pass in first gear-don't ask with how many RPMs. The indicator was mostly on 8000, and looked at this way, it was also a masterpiece on the part of the engine (which Paul Ernst Straehle, in his own Porsche and VW workshop in Schorndod, is in the habit of very careflllly preparing), that is should nevertheless have survived this over 3,000 mile long competition. Only after the Gavia was there a stretch between two control points where enough time could be gained so that repairs could be made to the gear shift rod.
ln this auto marathon are also some stretches which no-one can drive in the time ailotted. For example, the drivers must go over the Col d'AlIos in Southern France with an a verage of 45 mph, or 15 miles in 20 minutes-which is utterly impossible. Straehle, as best man in the whole field, took 24:27, which gave him 4:27 penalty minutes. The number of competitors still in the running had shrunk visibly. lt is also to be proved statistically that this is the hardest rally in Europe. This time there were 104 cars starting, manned only by firstrate drivers, for beginners don't even try this one. Out of these 104 cars, 14 arrived again in Liege ... Not only were Straehle/Buchet succcssfuI, bllt also a whole row of other private drivers: the Frenchmen Estager/Dutoit achieved with their 1600 Super an excellent 4th place in the general classification, G. & W. Sander-also in a 1600 Super-were 5th. Schottler took 7th place. This brought Porsche the 1 st, 2nd, 3rd places in the GT general classification. When we look back ai the history of this rally, we find Porsche cars over and over again at the head of the general classification; we mention only the victory of Helmllt Polensky in 1952 and 1954 (once with Schllleter, once with Linge), and the success of Storez/Buchet in 1957.


To Paul Ernst Straehle go our very best wishes. ln 1959 he started for the sixth time in this auto marathon. Last year, with Buchet, he was 2nd in the general c!assification. this year brought victory-a victory which didn't just fall into his lap, and those are the finest of all!

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Acho que isto também fica.

É uma reprodução do artigo escrito por uma outra lenda, Richard von Fankenberg, na revista Christophorus, sobre a vitória de Strähle no LIEGE_ROMA_LIEGE
Obrigado e viva o Vergeltungswaffe!


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