Exoto presents the special Jägermeister Gift Set in a Limited Edition of only 2500 sets worldwide. This special coffret includes a pair of winning Porsches: the 1976 934 RSR and the 1977 935 Turbo with matching serial numbers.
Porsche dominated the 1976 season with championship victories in classes 4, 5 and 6. The Max Moritz racing team was a big part of this success.
Prior to 1976, Max Moritz, a well respected Porsche dealer in Germany, had gained extensive experience entering numerous Porsches in European events. When the 934 RSR became available, he took delivery of two cars and prepared them for a very busy season. They would be driven primarily by Helmut Kelleners and Reinhardt Stenzel. The 935 Turbo wasn't available to customers until 1977.
For the 1976 Nürburgring 1000km race, Max Moritz entered a pair of Jägermeister sponsored 934 Turbos, each painted in the unmistakable Porsche orange. Derek Bell and Günter Steckknig shared driving duties in the #25 car, earning themselves and the team a 1st in Class! Teammates Reinhard Stenzel and Helmut Kelleners crossed the line 3rd in Class, the team cars separated only by another Porsche 934 RSR Turbo.
Prior to 1976, Max Moritz, a well respected Porsche dealer in Germany, had gained extensive experience entering numerous Porsches in European events. When the 935 became available to customers in 1977, the Max Moritz team was amongst the first in line, hoping to repeat the excellent results gained the previous year with their 934 RSR Turbo.
For 1977, the Max Moritz team campaigned a factory 935 and one of their 1976 cars that wad been converted into a 934/5. Painted in the popular Porsche orange with Jägermeister livery, the team made a splash wherever they went. The biggest splash, however, was undoubtedly the 1977 Norisring Trophy where the 935, wearing #52, took an outright victory at the hands of former Porsche factory driver, Manfred Schurti.
Schurti and Edgar Dören also managed a 2nd place finish at the 6 Hour race at Brands Hatch, England, contributing to a successful assault on the World Championship of Makes.