October - December
Porsche congratulates Peter Falk on 80th birthday Porsche Race Manager turns 80
In 1959 Peter Falk began his career with
From 1973 to 1981 Peter Falk was the head of road testing for series development of the 911, 924 and 928 models.His special areas of expertise were bodywork and transmissions as well as track testing and endurance tests.As the head of racing development and racing director, starting in 1982 Peter Falk was responsible for the highly successful era of Group C 956 and 962 sports-prototype racing cars. With seven overall Le Mans wins and eleven world championship titles, this racing car project proved to be the most successful in company history.Two overall victories at the Paris-Dakar Rally in 1984 and 1986 were additional high points in his career.
As the head of chassis development, from 1989 until his retirement in 1993 Peter Falk was responsible for many successful vehicle projects.He thus had a key role in the development of the 911 derivative 993 as well as advance development of the 911 derivative 996 and