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956 (Germany, 1982)

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The Porsche 956 is a racing prototype launched in 1982. The car was built to comply with the regulations of the new Group C of FIA's World Sportscar Championship. Its official debut took place at Silverstone but it was at Le Mans that this Porsche made history.

Out of the sixteen Porsche victories, four were claimed by the 956 between 1982 and 1985, which makes it one of the most successful Le Mans challengers to date. After the fatal accident of Stefan Bellof in 1985, the security concens lead Porsche to replace the car by the 962 model.



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