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Porsche 962 chassis numbers



Works Porsche built 962 chassis:

Chassis Engine Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
962-001 Porsche 1984 GTP Porsche AG   Raced only once in Daytona 1984.
962C-002 Porsche 1985 C1 Porsche AG => Schuppan (?)  
962C-003 Porsche 1985 C1 Porsche AG => Schuppan (1987) => ... => Stan Ross (mid 1990s) Destroyed in 1986 (Nürburgring), sold to Schuppan who rebuilt it.
962C-004 Porsche 1985 C1 Porsche AG => Joest (1987) Destroyed in 1986 (Nürburgring), rebuilt in factory and sold to Joest as 962C-104.
962C-005 Porsche 1986 C1 Porsche AG => Schuppan (?) Damaged in Supercup (end 1986), then sold to Schuppan
962C-006 Porsche 1986 C1 Porsche AG    
962C-007 Porsche 1987 C1 Porsche AG => Joest (half 1988)  
962C-008 Porsche 1987 C1 Porsche AG => Schuppan (1989)  
962C-009 Porsche 1987 C1 Porsche AG   Built on chassis 962-137. Supercup car.
962C-010 Porsche 1988 C1 Porsche AG   Built on chassis 962-140.
962C-011 Porsche 2/1989 C1 Porsche Weissach => Joest Racing (1989) Built on chassis 962-142. Supercup car used also in WSPC.
962C-012 Porsche 12/1989 C1 Joest Racing   Built on chassis 962-149.
962C-013 Porsche 3/1990 C1 Joest Racing   Built on chassis 962-153. Le Mans car.
962C-014 Porsche 3/1990 C1 Joest Racing   Built on chassis 962-156.
962C-015 Porsche 4/1990 C1 Porsche Weissach   Built on chassis 962-158. Le Mans car entered by Joest Racing.
962C-016 Porsche 1992 GTP Joest Racing   Used in IMSA 1992-93.



Customers Porsche built 962 chassis:

Chassis Engine Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
962-101 Porsche 4/1984 GTP Bruce Leven => Dyson Racing (1985~2003) In 2003 still with Rob Dyson.
962-102 Porsche 5/1984 GTP Bob Akin Racing {written off} Rebuilt using new chassis 962-113.
962-103 Porsche 4/1984 GTP Al Holbert => Holbert family => Matt Drendel (2007~2008)  
962-104 Porsche 6/1984 GTP Preston Henn    
962-105 Porsche 6/1984 C1 John Fitzpatrick => BF Goodrich (2/1985) Originally group C1 car became GTP.
962-106 Porsche 10/1984 GTP BF Goodrich    
962-107 Porsche 3/1985 C1 Brun Motorsport   Rebuilt using new chassis 962-117.
962-108 Porsche 12/1984 GTP BF Goodrich {destroyed} Written-off in its first race - Daytona 1985.
962-109 Porsche   GTP Bruce Leven    
962-110 Porsche 3/1985 C1 Kremer Racing {destroyed} Destroyed in Mosport 1985 (Winkelhock killed).
962-111 Porsche 2/1985 C1 Nova/Trust Engineering    
962-112 Porsche 5/1985 C1 Fitzpatrick Racing => Jochen Dauer (1986) Monocoque supplied, built up with parts from 956-102. Crash at Le Mans 1985 and rebuilt by Thompson.
962-113 Porsche 6/1985 GTP Bob Akin => Steve Southard (2001/01) => Van K. Kannis III (2006) Spare monocoque supplied to rebuild 962-102. Retired from IMSA competition in early 1987 and stored until January 2001.
962-114 Porsche 8/1985 C1 Kremer Racing   Monocoque supplied to Kremer to replace destroyed 956-110. Since 1987 raced in Japan.
962-115 Porsche 9/1985 C1 Brun Motorsport   Monocoque supplied to Brun to replace destroyed 956-116.
962-116 Porsche 11/1985 GTP Joest Racing   Later renumbered as 962-116IM.
962-117 Porsche 12/1985 C1 Brun Motorsport   Replaced 962C-107.
962-118 Porsche 1/1986 C1 Kremer Racing {destroyed} New Kremer chassis to replace destroyed 962C-110. This was soon destroyed at Le Mans 1986 (Gartner killed). Rebuilt by Thompson with the factory number.
962-119 Porsche 3/1986 GTP BF Goodrich => Pedro Romero (1990~2001) => Johan Woerheide (2007~2009)  
962-120 Porsche 4/1986 GTP Rob Dyson => Jeff Lewis (1992~2005)  
962-121 Porsche 5/1986 GTP Bruce Leven ... => Jerry Molinor (~2001)  
962-122 Porsche 6/1986 GTP Rob Dyson    
962-123 Porsche 7/1986 GTP Porsche North America => Gunnar Racing => Vern Schuppan (mid-1987) Built for Preston Henn, but actually raced by Gunnar Racing for Primus Motorsport. Schuppan had another Thompson built chassis. Now (1999) located at fantasy junction in Emeryville, ca
962-124 Porsche 8/1986 C1 {built as 962-006}   Retained at factory - 962C-006.
962-125 Porsche 9/1986 C1 Porsche Weissach    
962-126 Porsche 9/1986 C1 Team Nova   Replaced 956-115. From A sponsored car.
962-127 Porsche 9/1986 C1 Trust Racing   Replaced 956-118.
962-128 Porsche 11/1986 GTP Brun Motorsport   Replaced 956-116. Later 962C-128 - C1. Brun's IMSA car.
962-129 Porsche 11/1986 C1 Joest Racing   Replaced 956-104.
962-130 Porsche 4/1987 C1 Jürgen Lässig => Otto Altenbach, D (1992) => Ian Donaldson, GB (1999) => "Tidi Schneller", D (2003~2005) Raced by Obermaier Racing.
962-131 Porsche 9/1987 C1 Antoine Salamin    
962-132 Porsche 1/1988 C1 Team Nova/From A   From A sponsored car.
962-133 Porsche 6/1987 C1 Dauer Racing    
962-134 Porsche 12/1988 C1 Taisan Team   Raced by Nova Engineering.
962-135 Porsche 1987 C1 {built as 962-007}   Built as 962C-007.
962-136 Porsche 1987 C1 {built as 962-008}   Built as 962C-008.
962-137 Porsche 1987 C1 {built as 962-009}   Built as 962C-009.
962-138 Porsche 8/1988 C1 Porsche Great Britain {rebuilt as SH962-138.001} Raced by Tim Lee-Davey. The car was re-tubbed during 1989 season with a carbon replacement. The project was initiated by Vern Schuppan and fully andorset by Porsche AG. Porsche allow to retain chassis number 138.
962-139 Porsche 6/1988 GTP Porsche North America   Raced by Bruce Leven/Bayside.
962-140 Porsche 1988 C1 {built as 962-010}   Built as 962C-010.
962-141 Porsche 1/1989 C1 Porsche Weissach/Jochen Dauer    
962-142 Porsche 2/1990   {built as 962-011}   Built as 962C-011.
962-143 Porsche 5/1989 C1 Vern Schuppan => Japanese collector (late 1989~1999) => Peter Stoneberg (~2001) During 1990 rented from Japanese collector to Tim Lee-Davey for World Championship races mainly as a spare car.
962-144 Porsche 1/1990 C1 Hilton Pereira   Raced as Joest Racing entry.
962-145 Porsche 5/1990 C1 Joest Racing    
962-146 Porsche 1/1990 C1 Vern Schuppan    
962-147 Porsche 9/1989 C1 Team Taisen   Raced as Nova Engineering entry.
962-148 Porsche 12/1989 GTP Rob Dyson ...=> Carlos de Quesada (~2001)  
962-149 Porsche 12/1989 C1 {built as 962-012}   Built as 962C-012.
962-150 Porsche 5/1989 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-151 Porsche 2/1990 C1 Team Nova/From A    
962-152 Porsche 10/1989 C1 Walter Lechner   Raced in Interserie. For sale in 2004 while still owned by Lechner.
962-153 Porsche 3/1990 C1 {built as 962-013}   Built as 962C-013.
962-154 Porsche 2/1990 C1 Team Alpha    
962-155 Porsche 3/1990 C1 Obermaier Racing    
962-156 Porsche 3/1990 C1 {built as 962-014}   Built as 962C-014.
962-157 Porsche 4/1990 C1 Antoine Salamin    
962-158 Porsche 4/1990 C1 {built as 962-015}   Built as 962C-015.
962-159 Porsche 5/1990 C1 Team Trust    
962-160 Porsche 6/1990 C1 Brun Motorsport ... => Lloyd Hawkins (New Orleans, LA. - owner in 1999) Winner HSR Thundersports 2-hour Enduro at Daytona/Rolex 24 1999.
962-161 Porsche 5/1990 C1 Nick Mason   Raced as Italia Sports/Lloyd Racing entry.
962-162 Porsche 7/1990 C1 Arwidsson/Strandell   Raced as Convector entry.
962-163 Porsche 7/1990 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-164 Porsche 9/1990 C1 Ricky Chiba   Raced in JSPC - once, Nova Engineering entry.
962-165 Porsche 10/1990 C1 Porsche Weissach   Raced by Obermaier Racing at the Nürburgring 1990.
962-166 Porsche 3/1991 C1 Team Trust    
962-167 Porsche 8/1990 C1 Ricky Chiba   Raced in JSPC - twice. Destroyed in accident in May at Fuji
962-168 Porsche 2/1991 C1 Team Alpha   Raced in JSPC - four times.
962-169 Porsche   GT1 Porsche Weissach {rebuilt as Dauer 962 LM-GT003} Became Dauer 962 LM-GT003.
962-170 Porsche 12/1990 C1 Team Trust   Spare chassis.
962-171 Porsche 10/1990 C1 Team Nova/From A ...=> Jim Oppenheimer (~2001) Probably not used, since From A campaigned Nissan R91CK by that time.
962-172 Porsche 12/1990 GTP Dauer Racing   Built up by Fabcar. Raced in Daytona 1991 for Andrettis.
962-173 Porsche   GT1 Porsche Weissach {rebuilt as Dauer 962 LM-GT002} Became Dauer 962 LM-GT002.
962-174 Porsche 12/1990   Strandell   Built up by Fabcar. Spare chassis.
962-175 Porsche 12/1990 GTP Dauer Racing   Built up by Fabcar. Raced in Daytona 1991 for Unsers. Rebuilt as a street car Dauer 962LM by Jochen Dauer.
962-176 Porsche   GT1 Porsche Weissach {rebuilt as Dauer 962 LM-GT001} Built up by Fabcar. Became Dauer 962 LM-GT001.
962-177 Porsche 1991 C1 Brun Motorsport   Built up by Fabcar.



Other Porsche 962 chassis not built by Porsche factory

Chassis Engine Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
962-HR1 Porsche 1985 GTP Holbert Racing …=> Matt Drendel (~2008)  
962-HR2 Porsche 1986 GTP Bruce Leven    
962-HR3F Porsche 1986 GTP Hotchkis Racing    
962-HR4 Porsche 1987 GTP A. J. Foyt ...=> Brumos Racing (~2001) The car could be chassis HR-003.
962-HR5 Porsche 1987 GTP Hotchkis Racing    
962-HR6 Porsche 1987 GTP Primus Racing    
962-HR7 Porsche 1988 GTP Holbert Racing => Chapman Root IIIrd => ? (2002) => ? (2006) Lent to Jim Busby for Daytona 24 Hours 1989. Then sold via Busby to Chapman Root IIIrd and successfully vintage raced.
962GTi-106B Porsche 1987 C1 Richard Lloyd => Trust (1988)  
962GTi-200 Porsche 1988 C1 Richard Lloyd ... => Murray Smith, USA (owner in 2001) Ready for vintage race debut at HSR Daytona 2001.
962GTi-201 Porsche 1989 C1 Richard Lloyd    
962GTi-DR1 Porsche 1988 GTP Dyson Racing => George Stauffer  
962GTi-202 Porsche 1992 C1 ADA Engineering ...=> Canepa => Jean-Marc Merlin (~2017)  
962-001BM Porsche 1987 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-002BM Porsche 1987 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-003BM Porsche 1988 GTP Gebhardt/Momo    
962-004BM Porsche 1989 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-005BM Porsche 1989 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-006BM Porsche 1989 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-007BM Porsche 1990 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962-008BM Porsche 1990 C1 Brun Motorsport    
962CK6 Porsche 1987 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6-88 Porsche 1988 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/89-1 (=?CK6-01) Porsche 1989 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/02 Porsche 1989 C1 Kremer Racing ..=> Pullan (~2004~2005) For sale by Group C Ltd. In 2006.
962CK6/03 Porsche 1989 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/04 (= 001K) Porsche 1989 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/05-2 Porsche 1990 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/06-2 Porsche 1990 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/07-2 Porsche 1990 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/08-3 Porsche 1991 C1 Kremer Racing    
962CK6/09 Porsche 1991 C1 Kremer Racing    
962C-110CK Porsche 1987 C1 Kremer Racing    
962C-116 Porsche 1987 C1 Joest Racing ...=> Jim Oppenheimer (~2001)  
962C-WLM01 Porsche 1987 C1 Walter Lechner    
SH962-89/01 (=962C-138/01) Porsche 1989 C1 Team Davey ...=> Amalfi Racing/Mike Amilfitano (~2001) Rebuilt of 962-138 using a new carbon tub.
962C-138/02 Porsche 1989 C1 Team Davey    
TS962-01C Porsche 1990 C1 Vern Schuppan    
TS962-02C Porsche 1991 C1 Vern Schuppan    
TS962-03C Porsche 1991 C1 Vern Schuppan    
962C-901 Porsche 1990 C1 Obermaier    
962C-902 Porsche 1990 C1 Obermaier    
962C-009/88D Porsche   C1 Heinz-Jürgen Dahmen    
962-108B (C01) Porsche 1987 GTP Jim Busby/BF Goodrich => Henry Pearman, GB Actual chassis number on the plate was 962-108. Car destroyed during 1987 season. Tub repairable, sold to Henry Pearman. Car rebuilt on a new tub, called as 962-108C.
962-108C (C02) Porsche 1988 GTP Jim Busby/BF Goodrich => Kevin Jeannette & Jeff Hayes/Gunnar Racing (early 1988) => Tim Vargo (1995) => Phil Bagley => David Geremia (1996) => Ken Quintenz => Jim Oppenheimer (2004) => Henry Pearman (2005) In 2005 car swapped with Henry Pearman for TWR Jaguar XJR-11.
962-C03?            
962-C04 Porsche 1987 GTP Bob Akin => Dr. Tom Green (late 80s) => Stan Wattles (2002~2004) Ran three IMSA races 1987, then used briefly in 1991 and retired until 2002 when it went throught restoration by Stan Wattles and appeared in HSR races in 2003. For sale in 2004.
962-C05?            
962-C06 Porsche 1989 GTP Alucraft Brumos ...Brian DeVries, USA => Kent Abrahamsson, S => Erich Wilms (~2016)  
962-C07 Porsche 1989 GTP      
962-C08?            
962-F01 Porsche 1987 GTP J. Hotchkis    
962-F02 Porsche 1987 GTP J. Hotchkis    
Gunnar 966-001 Porsche 1991 GTP Kevin Jeannette ...=> Wayne Jackson (~2001)  
Kremer K8 WSC 01 Porsche 1995 LMP1 Kremer Racing … => Collector, USA => Kobsak Chinawongwatana (2000~2009)  
Kremer K8 WSC 02 Porsche   LMP1   ...=> Kobsak Chinawongwatana (12/2009)  
Kremer K8 WSC 03 Porsche   LMP1      

Chassis HR built by Holbert Racing in USA, GTi in Silverstone designed by Nigel Stroud for Lloyd Racing, BM by John Thompson for Brun Motorsport , TS and SH built by Schuppan, 900's by John Thompson, C0x built by Jim Chapman.


There were together eight Chapman built chassis: 2 of them went to Bob Akin, 2 to Jim Busby , 3 to Al Holbert. The last was a spare car. Those supplied to Holbert were put into Porsche Motorsports North America's inventory and sold as custumer spares.






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Last update: 29.8.2017