Fritz Kreutzpointner

Fritz Kreutzpointner III. ( Born September 14, 1967 in Burghausen), internationally well known by the alias " Fritz K. ", is a former German race car driver and current entrepreneurs.

Racing career

Following the visit to the Walter Lechner Racing School Kreutzpointner made ​​between 1986 and 1989 station in Formula Ford, where he was second in the Austrian state championship. In response to the performances in this series, he was appointed alongside riders such as Michael Schumacher and Heinz -Harald Frentzen in the junior team of Mercedes -Benz. In 1990 he then started for the AMG factory team in the German Touring Car Championship. With his race car, an AMG Mercedes -Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evo I, he scored as the best placement within the 24 -hour race at the Nürburgring a second place - his best result in the DTM. After average rankings in the 1991 season he left Mercedes -Benz and launched in 1992 with the MM Diebels team of BMW in his last DTM season. 1999 and 2001 was Kreutzpointner European champion in the Truck Racing MAN; He appeared there since 1994, his first year, however, for Mercedes .. In 2000 he took a year's break, 2001, he was then allowed to race in the Super class the title before the final race ahead of Markus Bösiger and Antonio Albacete secure. His biggest mistake was taking in, however in qualifying race at Misano in the last round he lost speed since he already held the race to the end and was only fourth. The Cup race but he won.

Electric Kreutzpointner

Today Kreutzpointner directs the company's electric Kreutzpointner for building services, industrial technology, engineering technology and power distribution systems, was founded in 1923 by his grandfather.

Le Mans results