Peter Öttl

Peter Öttl (born 24 March 1965 in Berchtesgaden) is a German former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. In 1989, he won two Grand Prix races and finished the year in third place in the 80cc world championship behind Manuel Herreros and Stefan Dörflinger. Öttl won five Grand Prix races during his career.[1]

Peter Öttl
NationalityGerman
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Active years1986 - 1997
First race1986 80cc Baden-Württemberg motorcycle Grand Prix
Last race1997 125cc Imola Grand Prix
First win1989 80cc German Grand Prix
Last win1996 125cc Italian Grand Prix
Team(s)Krauser
Starts Wins Podiums Poles F. laps Points
111 5 20 0 7 628

He was involved in a serious accident in 1991 at Brno. After Öttl crashed he was struck by Frenchman Alain Bronec and Italian Emilio Cuppini. Öttl and Bronec both suffered heavy injuries as a result.

He is the father of Philipp Öttl.

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