As part of the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Jo Siffert's death, the Viper Museum is showing a permanent exhibition with cars that were driven by Jo Siffert.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Jo Siffert's death, an exhibition has been dedicated to him at the Swiss Viper Museum from 26 March to 17 December 2021.
This exhibition retraces the life of the Formula 1 racer, Jo Siffert (Seppy to his friends), known worldwide for his victories on the racetrack!
For more than a decade, Joseph (Jo) Siffert had the whole of Switzerland enthralled until his tragic death at Brands Hatch on Sunday 24 October 1971.
The permanent exhibition brings together several vehicles that he drove in competition: Porsche 917, Stanguellini, Lotus 22, Lotus 49B, BMW F2, Chevron F2 and BRM F1 in particular. All these cars have enabled Jo Siffert to build up a solid record of achievements and to stand out on circuits all over the world.
Open to the public every Friday from 10am to 8pm
On request for groups.
Possibility of booking with aperitif or meal for company outings, clubs or private meetings.
Other events will take place during this commemorative year, such as a tribute to Jo Siffert at the Oltimer & Teilmarkt event this autumn in Forum Fribourg.
|Adults from age 16||12.- CHF|
|Children under under age 12||Free|
|Seniors, students, children frome age 12||10.- CHF|
|Groups (from 20 paying adults)||10.- CHF|