Klaus Klaffenböck

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Klaus Klaffenböck
Klaus Klaffenböck 01 - 2014.jpg
NationalityAustrian
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Isle of Man TT career
TTs contested7 (2005–present)
TT wins3
First TT win2010 Sidecar TT Race A
Last TT win2011 Sidecar TT Race A
Podiums3

Klaus Klaffenböck (born 24 July 1968 in Peuerbach, Austria) is an Austrian World Champion in the FIM World Sidecar Championship, and former team-principal of Klaffi Honda World Superbike squad running Alex Barros, Frankie Chili and Max Neukirchner.[1]

After winning the 2001 World Sidecar Championship with passenger Christian Parzer with a LCR Suzuki sidecar, Klaffenböck now competes at the Isle of Man TT Races. After winning the 2010 Sidecar TT Race 'A' he became the first Austrian winner of an Isle of Man TT race since Rupert Hollaus in the 1954 Ultra-Lightweight TT.

Klaffenböck and passenger Dan Sayle en route to victory in Sidecar Race A at the 2010 Isle of Man TT on LCR outfit

References[edit]

  1. ^ Motorcycle News December 2006 Retrieved 2014-09-24

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Steve Webster
Paul Woodhead
World Sidecar Champion
(with Christian Parzer)

2001
Succeeded by
Steve Abbott
Jamie Biggs