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Dennis Aase

Porsche AG

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Porsche AG

800 Tamiami Trail North

Naples, Florida,34102

United States

Company Description

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, with headquarters in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, is the world's most successful sports car manufacturer. In 2015, Porsche delivered more than 225,000 vehicles of the 911, Cayenne, Macan, Panamera, Boxster and Cayman models to customers... more

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Pirelli World Challenge Grand Prix of Sonoma. Porsche Motorsports Pre-Event Notes.

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1977 - Dennis Aase - Porsche 911 S - Camel GTU winner


Petit Le Mans. Porsche Motorsports Pre-event Notes

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1977 - Dennis Aase - Porsche 911s - IMSA/Camel GTU (separate GTU race) - overall winner


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1977 - Dennis Aase - Porsche 911s - IMSA/Camel GTU (separate GTU race) - overall winner


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1977 - Dennis Aase - Porsche 911 S - Camel GTU winner


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Starting in Porsche 911s, Aase was a winner not only in the Sports Car Club of America's National Championship arena, but also in the International Motorsports Association's tough Camel GTU category.
Now retired as a driver, Aase remains involved in the sport as a team owner and a consultant. Crewman in IMSA for Dennis Aase, Jim Busby and Tommy Kendall, and at LeMans for Wynn's Racing, Dick Barbour and Ralph Kent Cooke, '77-'82.


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