|Born||13 January 1909|
|Died||18 December 1993(aged 84)|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|Entries||1 (0 starts)|
|First entry||1953 German Grand Prix|
|Last entry||1953 German Grand Prix|
He entered the 1953 German Grand Prix in an Equipe Anglaise Cooper, this being his one and only attempt at a World Championship race, but he blew his engine during qualifying and so did not compete in the race. Had he qualified for the race, he would be the first ever driver to use number 0 in a Formula One race, twenty years before Jody Scheckter became the first to race in number 0 at the 1973 Canadian Grand Prix.
Until recently, Helm Glöckler GmbH in Frankfurt bore his name, running a motorcycle dealer and workshop, and other enterprises.
Glöckler's cousin Walter created the small Porsche powered spyder in 1951 that later inspired the factory to produce the Porsche 550.
Complete World Championship results
|1953||Equipe Anglaise||Cooper T23||Bristol Straight-6||ARG||500||NED||BEL||FRA||GBR||GER
- World Championship results are derived from "The Official Formula 1 website". Retrieved 2007-06-23.
- Leffingwell, Randy (2002). Porsche legends. Osceola, WI: MBI Pub. Co. p. 35. ISBN 0-7603-1364-4.
- Martin Pfundner (2005). Alpine Trails & Rallies: Mountain Motor Sport 1910–1973 (Those were the days...). Veloce Publishing. p. 68. ISBN 1-904788-95-5. Retrieved 2009-06-16.
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