Mercedes-Benz SSKL (Super Sport Kurz Leicht – Super Sport Short Light) was the fourth and final S-series model of Daimler company built in 1931. The first outing of the “S” was in the inaugural race on the Nürburgring in June 1927, where it carried Rudolf Caracciola and Adolf Rosenberger to finish first and second place respectively. Driving an SSKL, Rudolf Caracciola and Willhelm Sebastian were first non-Italians to win the Mille Miglia as well as numerous other races, which helped him win the 1931 European Hillclimbing Championship.
|1931||Sport Cars||Mille Miglia|
|Rudolf Caracciola / Wilhelm Sebastian||87|