Grossglockner Trophy 2006 Memorial "Mister Rudge", Helmut Krackowizer

Posted December 2012 by Peter

   More than 20 participants from Great Britain came to the third trophy again. Among the over 120 starters there had been interesting motorcycles like
   ...a "Zehnder" from Swiss (vintage 1929), one of the last three existing "Alycon Zürcher" (vintage 1927), one of the winner 2004, Harry Long with his Rudge Rapid 2-valve from 1938, a Sunbeam Racing 1928, a Velocette KTT MK8 from 1947, which won four Grand Prix in 1948 with Tonny Wood and had been the qualifying motorcycle of Freddy Frith, some Aer Macchi Ala D'Oro ("Gold Wings"), which came into favour in the beginning 1960ies, e.g. with Alberto Pagani;
   Ing. Hermann Stöckl, winner in 2002 and 2004, came again with his Puch 250 SGSS from 1956, some Gilera, Moto Morini, a small 125 cm³ MV Agusta as well as eight sidecars and tricycles were there.
    There are entries from the United States of America and other from Great Britain (e.g. from the Rudge Owners Club), Czechoslovakia, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Germany, one from South Tyrol and of course some from Austria.
    Porsche Alpenstrasse Salzburg brought one of the legendary Audi Quattro Rally cars to the Glockner Road. And it will drive up in the morning and afternoon just before the two runs.

Grossglockner Trophy 2006 Memorial Mister Rudge Helmut Krackowizer



This website only reports the Krackowizer-Memorials (2002, 2004 and 2006). The organizer did the trophy from 2008 on without the additional title "in Memorial Helmut Krackowizer".