Louis Meznarie is a former French NSU and Porsche tuner. He prepared racing cars for tracks and rallying, for such drivers as Gérard Larrousse, Jürgen Barth, Guy Fréquelin, Thierry Sabine and Bernard Béguin.
This Carrera RSR was the car entered by Louis Meznarie in the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1974. It was driven by Striebig and Kirschhoffer. Unfortunately it crashed early in the race.
This livery is not the one of the full 24h race, but the 4h test race.
This is a well-known livery from the 74 and 75 years in German motor racing.
Tebernum was one of the top teams in DRM and European GT, competing with Kremer, Gelo and Max Moritz. Their main driver was Clemenz Schickentanz, who had won the European GT series in 1973.
This livery is based on the car of the Zolder Trophy in 1975. Schickentanz’s co-drivers were Hartwig Bertrams and Reine Wisell.
Karmin Rot is one of the best looking colors that ever graced a Porsche. In 1974 there was a pair of Carrera RSR’s in that livery competing in German races. One of them was Hartwig Bertrams’ car, engaged in DRM and also in European GT events.
A change from the stream of Porsche skins, in the form of a respectable Escort MkI who had a memorable pair of drivers.
At the 24 hours of Spa in 1969, this car was driven by the English ace John Fitzpatrick and the Belgian touring car champion Yvette Fontaine.
The skin is based on the livery of the qualification session, rather than the race when it had a plain white bonnet.
During most of the 70’s, Georg Loos’ racing team was a serious contender in GT series. Backed by the factory and with top drivers, they won many races in European circuits.
Gelo Racing engaged up to three RSRs during the 1975 season. This skin is based on Fitzpatrick’s car at the Norisring European GT race, which he won.
They raced in a few DRM events as well, but with only non-German drivers they did not gain any championship points. This would change in 1976 when foreigners like Hezemans and Schenken (and Wollek for Kremer) were allowed to have a German license.