Porsche 935/78 Fitzpatrick Racing Skin Pack 4K &2K 1.1

skins for the 935/78 with full branding

  1. mr.t.
    Skins for the 935/78 moby dick with full branding missing in the official cars. Does not overwrite the original skins.

    - #79 John Fitzpatrick, David Hobbs, 24h LeMans 1982 (4th)
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    In memory of Rolf Stommelen:
    - #12 Rolf Stommelen, Derek Bell, 6h Riverside 1983 (DNF/fatal accident*)
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    *Stommelen drove the car to 2nd position in qualifying and started the race. Later he had just taken over the car from Bell and was running in second place and closing the gap to the leader.
    In lap 95 the rear wing came off, the car hit a concrete wall, flipped and caught fire. Stommelen died of head injuries.
    R.I.P. Rolf !

    Both skins in 4k & 2k

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  1. Zuffenhausen Weiss
    Zuffenhausen Weiss
    Version: 1.1
  2. asehauDLM
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you!
  3. cheeveer
    Version: 1.1
    John Fitzpatrick's words on Stommelen's accident, from Motor Sport Magazine:

    "Rolf was the quickest driver I worked with. Most of us — Bob Wollek, Schenken, Hezemans — were evenly matched, but you always knew Rolf would be quick. At Riverside in April 1983 he was driving our Moby Dick, a slow car moved over on him and he spun avoiding it and kissed the bank. He carried on, but a rear wing strut had been damaged, and on the next lap at the end of that long 200mph straight the wing flew off. The car wrecked itself against the barriers. The remains were the right way up when I came round in the K4 and they were working on him. I carried on and won the race, sharing with Derek Bell and David Hobbs. They told us Rolf was OK but had a broken leg. It wasn't until an hour later that they told us he'd had a heart attack in the ambulance, and he was dead."

    Beautiful cars.
  4. K4rBonStig
    Version: 1.1
    Many thanks!
  5. Bert Austen
    Bert Austen
    Version: 1.0
    excellent , very nice work , thanks
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