Aerts smallPeugeot 306 Maxi
Stefan MALTER / Katja MALTER (D/D)

Category   SLOWLY
Year 1998
Group A



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Yesterday : Gilles PANIZZI / Hervé PANIZZI - Tour de Corse 1998

When Peugeot Sport developed the 306 Maxi, the brand's main objectives were the national championships. But the small and light Kit Car equipped with the two-litre engine of the Peugeot 406 Super Touring proved to be so fast on the asphalt that it was also entered in a few rounds of the WRC. Peugeot's return to the World Championship came as a surprise because the 306 Maxi was on par with the World Rally Cars despite its only two-wheel drive and naturally aspirated engine. At the 1998 Tour de Corse for example, the 306 Maxis of Delecour and Panizzi finished respectively 2nd and 4th overall!

Stefan Malter's car is chassis #85. The car was built in the early 2000s by PAM Sport, one of the 306 specialists. Between 2004 and 2007, Philippe Gomez took part in around twenty events. It then passed through the hands of several drivers who entered it mainly in regional events before Stefan Malter acquired it in 2017.

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