Kurt Adolff (born 5 November 1921 in Stuttgart, Germany – died 24 January 2012) was a racing driver from Germany. He was born into a family owning a textile company and served as a paratrooper during the Second World War. Adolf competed in Formula Two races in the early 1950s racing BMW-engined cars, achieving modest success including second place at a race at the Munich-Riem Airport. He later competed in a Ferrari 500 during 1953, and participated in the 1953 German Grand Prix, driving Rudi Fischer's Ferrari 166 for the Ecurie Espadon Team. He retired after only a few laps, and left single-seater racing to concentrate on his business interests. Adolff later enjoyed some success in hillclimbs and touring car racing with Jaguar, and also served as a consul to Chile.
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