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This Kremer-Porsche 956 has a small piece of bodywork that was not found often on sports prototypes at the time. The small piece of bodywork that I refer to is connecting the cockpit to the wing of the vehicle and serves to improve chassis rigidity and handling consistency, it also has a beneficial aerodynamic byproduct. This particular car was a bit more consistent around the corners than other 956/962s being raced at the time, as a result, it normally managed to qualify among the works Porsche teams; a feat for a private racing team like Kremer.

This Kremer-Porsche 956 has a small piece of bodywork that was not found often on sports prototypes at the time. The small piece of bodywork that I refer to is connecting the cockpit to the wing of the vehicle and serves to improve chassis rigidity and handling consistency, it also has a beneficial aerodynamic byproduct. This particular car was a bit more consistent around the corners than other 956/962s being raced at the time, as a result, it normally managed to qualify among the works Porsche teams; a feat for a private racing team like Kremer.