Stanley Dickens (born 7 May 1952) is a Swedish racing driver who won the Le Mans 24 hours in 1989 driving a Sauber C9-Mercedes.[1][2] He was born in Färila.

Notable results

  • 1000km of Suzuka: 1st,1989
  • 500km of Fuji: 1st,1988, 2nd,1986, 3e,1990
  • 500km of Mid-Ohio: 3e,1989
  • Interserie Nürburgring: 1st (class win),1984
  • 200 mile of Norisring: 3e:1987,
  • 1000km of Spa Franchorchamps: 2nd, (class) 1985,

Complete 24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
pos.
1986 Germany Gebhardt Motorsport France Pierre de Thoisy
France Jean-François Yvon
Gebhardt JC853 C2 68 DNF DNF
1987 Germany Joest Racing United States Hurley Haywood
Germany Frank Jelinski
South Africa Sarel van der Merwe
Porsche 962C C1 7 DNF DNF
1988 Germany Blaupunkt Joest Racing Germany Frank Jelinski
Germany Louis Krages
Porsche 962C C1 385 3rd 3rd
1989 Germany Team Sauber Mercedes Germany Jochen Mass
Germany Manuel Reuter
Sauber Mercedes C9 C1 389 1st 1st
1990 Germany Joest Porsche Racing Germany Louis Krages
France Bob Wollek
Porsche 962C C1 346 8th 8th
1991 Germany Team Sauber Mercedes United Kingdom Jonathan Palmer
Denmark Kurt Thiim
Mercedes-Benz C11 C2 223 DNF DNF
1996 Germany Kremer Racing United States Steve Fossett
South Africa George Fouché
Kremer K8 Spyder LMP1 58 DNF DNF

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Sporting positions
Preceded by Winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans
1989 with:
Jochen Mass
Manuel Reuter
Succeeded by