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This car was a curious entry. It was driven occasionally by Walter Röhrl in ERC events in 1981. It was in the Rallye Monte Carlo 1982 driven by Jürgen Barth, who coincidentially was a Porsche engineer. This doesn't mean Porsche did any development on the car, Barth was just a hobby rally driver who happened to work at Porsche for his day job. The car didn't see a great deal of tuning either. It was nevertheless an interesting car. The 924 is usually regarded as the most boring car Porsche ever made. In its base road car version it is meant to attract less rich Porsche fans and uses a 125BHP Audi engine. But the GTS is the further developped version (937) had a turbo engine that already in standard trim would push 245BHP.
Model & Evo. (Activity)
|924 937 GTS (81-83)||270/6800||0||4320.1735.1270||1129 (4.2)||RWD (2400)|
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This is an unofficial Car Results list and may be incomplete.
|10th.||1982 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo||J. Barth||R. Kußmaul||#25||[UNKNOWN]||9:09:46|
|19th.||1980 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo||J. Barth||R. Kußmaul||#27||[UNKNOWN]||0:00:00|
|20th.||1979 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo||J. Barth||R. Kußmaul||#40||[UNKNOWN]||0:00:00|
This is an unofficial Car Model Retirements list and may be incomplete.
|Ret.||1981 WRC Bandama Rallye||M. Hoepfner||. "Biche"||#12||[UNKNOWN]||SS6 distributor|
|Ret.||1981 WRC Bandama Rallye||J. Trintignant||J. Delaval||#22||[UNKNOWN]||SS99 ?|
|Ret.||1981 WRC Tour de Corse||J. Almeras||C. Tilber||#19||[UNKNOWN]||SS99 ?|
|Ret.||1981 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo||J. Barth||R. Kußmaul||#32||[UNKNOWN]||SS99 gearbox|
|Ret.||1979 WRC Safari Rally||J. Barth||R. Kußmaul||#20||[UNKNOWN]||SS70 transmission|