East German driver Hans-Theo Tegeler crashed his Wartburg-engined Melkus 64, entered by the MC Post Dresden, on the second lap of the International Race, which was part of the 31st edition of the Schleizer Dreieckrennen, on the 7.631-kilometer public road course of Schleizer Dreieck, near the town of Schleiz, Thüringen, East Germany, on Sunday, 14 June 1964.
Hans-Theo Tegeler was taken to a local hospital, and later he was trasferred to a hospital in Jena. He never recovered and passed away on Tuesday, 07 July of that year, aged twenty-eight.
|Series||East Germany Championship|
|Vehicle||Melkus 64 - Wartburg|
|Event||Internationales Schleizer Dreieckrennen|
|Photo Credit||Jan Müller|
|Tags||Collision with a Tree|
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