April 25, 2014

Armin Schwarz

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Armin Schwarz a highly respected and admired German Rally driver has joined the ranks of the All German Motorsports drivers. With over 24 years of race experience and having competed in no less than 150 rally races, Armin is most definitely a “seasoned” veteran. Throughout his career he has raced in numerous vehicles including Audi, Porsche, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Ford, Peugeot, Skoda, and Hyundai, as well as the BMW and Chevy powered Baja off-road cars. Armin has competed around the world in some of the most grueling and challenging races and series that exist. The Baja 1000, Transiberian Rally, Argentina Rally and Dakar just to name a few. Armin is no stranger to the podium with 2 German Rally Championships and a European Championship to prove it. Armin’s full-bore racing style and ability to handle a car have proven him to be a world class driver and one who is definitely suited to racing the SCORE desert series. Armin’s first time out at the 2006 Baja 1000 had him in 1st place when the car was handed off after he had completed a little more than a 1/3 of the race; this is no minor feat and definitely a sign of things to come.

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Armin Schwarz Race HistoryPlace
2005 (Skoda Works)
Mexico9th
New Zealand10th
Austrailia9th
Japan10th
Cyprus Rally13th
Finland 11th
Wales Rally14th
Spanish Rally11th
2004 (Skoda Works)
Saarland RallyOverall Victory
Finland 12th
Rally Deutschland11th
Corsica Rally8th
Spanish Rally11th
2003 (Hyundia Works)
Monte Carlo8th
Sweden13th
Zyper Rally7th
Deutschland12th
Corsica12th
Austrailia13th
2002 (Hyundai Works)
Cyprus Rally7th
Spain15th
New Zealand10th
Portugal13th
2001 (Skoda Works)
Monte Carlo4th
Cyprus Rally9th
Greece9th
Kenya3rd
Corsica15th
Great Britian5th
Sachsenring1st
Race of Champions2nd
WRC Championship12th
2000 (Skoda Works)
Monte Carlo7th
Kenya7th
Spain11th
Greece5th
I12th
Great Britian13th
1997 (Ford Works)
Monte Carlo4th
Sweden6th
Kenya4th
Portugal3rd
Finland 9th
1996 (Toyota Works)
Monte Carlo3rd
Zyper Rally2nd
Hunsrick Rally1st
Manx Rally1st
Cyprus Rally1st
Senperit Rally1st
Rac Rally1st
European Champion
1995 (Toyota Works)
Sweden9th
Portugal4th
New Zealand4th
Austrailia5th
1994 (Mitsubishi Works)
Monte Carlo7th
Greece2nd
New Zealand3rd
WRC Championship7th
1993 (Mitsubishi Works)
Monte Carlo6th
Greece3rd
Corsica9th
Great Britian8th
WRC Championship12th
1992 (Toyota Works)
Finland5th
Spain5th
1991 (Toyota Works)
Monte Carlo4th
Corsica9th
Austrailia3rd
I8th
Spain1st
WRC Championship6th
1990 (Toyota Works)
Monte Carlo5th
Great Britian7th
1989 (Audi) Enters WRC
Greece8th
Corsica7th
1987 and 1988
German Rally Champion

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