Kurt Kuhnke (April 30, 1910, Stettin—February 8, 1969, Braunschweig) was a racing driver from Germany, although he was more successful in motorcycle racing. After racing motorcycles during the late 1940s Kurt moved into car racing with a Formula 3 Cooper 500 which he raced regularly 1950s with a number of wins and good finishes. He also did a few Formula Junior and Formula 2 races before he finally moved into Formula One, failing to qualify Wolfgang Seidel\s Lotus 18 at the non-Championship 1962 Grand Prix de Pau before retiring the same car from the Solitude Grand Prix that year with engine failure. The first appearance of his Borgward-engined Lotus was delayed through problems preparing the engine, and Kuhnke missed four races he had entered in the second half of 1962. In 1963, Kuhnke failed to qualify his BKL Lotus at the Rome Grand Prix, along with team-mate Ernst Maring, and
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