Kees Nierop

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Kees Nierop
Nationality Dutch
Born March 16, 1958
Purmerend, Netherlands
Debut season 1978
Championship titles
1983, 1978, 1986 Canadian GT-1 Championship, 12 Hours of Sebring, 1986 rothman's Porsche champion, 1987 Porsche factory driver at LeMans

Kees Nierop (born March 16, 1958 in Purmerend, the Netherlands) is a former professional Dutch race car driver. He is most noted for winning the 1983 12 Hours of Sebring race while driving a Porsche 934.[1] He is also credited with being the only Canadian to have his name on a Porsche factory race car, which is displayed in the Porsche Museum located in Stuttgart, Germany.[2]

References

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