at the Ahr-Rotwein-Preis 2000
During the second September weekend 2000 a lot of the so called "Youngtimer" (cars of the seventies and eighties) started at a hillrace at Insul near Bad Neuenahr / Ahrweiler (Germany). A curvy road up to the little village Sierscheid was prepared for the cars. All kinds of racers could be found at the ADAC Ahr-Rotwein-Preis. Some Ford Capris, lots of Audi 50 and BMW 323 i, Autobianchi A 110 Abarth, Renault 5 Alpine, Alpine A 110, BMW "new class" (1502- 2002 tii), Opel Rekord and some others could be seen. Of course there were also some several Alfa Romeos. I saw two Bertone 2000 GTV and one 1300 Junior GT. To my great pleasure there were also three Alfasuds.
Frank Weinert's Alfasud Ti series III
was not lucky with his Alfasud Ti series III. When these photos were taken at 11:30
in the morning, the car was standing in the paddock and both drive shafts were
removed from the gearbox. As Frank told me later on, ther gearbox was defect.
knows the reason for the gearbox problems: the front suspension's setup was too
Rainer Köppen's Alfasuds
Rainer Köppen did not have success too. The beige Alfasud's engine died during the race. It was driven by Alexander Köppen, Rainer's son. The red Alfasud ti was driven by Jörg Chmiela.
Last Update: February, 23rd 2004 Created: 18. September 2000
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