1986 SCCA/Escort Endurance Championship
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The 1986 SCCA/Escort Endurance Championship season was the second year of the SCCA Endurance Championship. It was the first season of title sponsorship by Escort, replacing title sponsor Playboy Magazine from the previous season. The class structure was also modified, adding the Super Sports (SS) class and combining the C class of the previous year into the B class. The per race purse was set to US$28,000 and the year-end points fund grew to $80,000 - to be split among the four classes.[1]

Schedule

Round Race Length Circuit Location Date
1 6 Hours of Sears Point 6 hours Sears Point International Raceway Sonoma, California April 26
2 Toyo Tire Shrine Cup Twin 4 Hours of Portland Twin 4 hours Portland International Raceway Portland, Oregon May 11
3 24 Hour Longest Day of Nelson 24 hours Nelson Ledges Road Course Warren, Ohio June 28–29
4 Albany Classic Cars/Mobil Oil 6 Hours of Road Atlanta 6 hours Road Atlanta Braselton, Georgia July 20
5 Budweiser 24 Hours of Mosport 24 hours Mosport Park Bowmanville, Ontario August 8–10
6 24 Hours of Mid Ohio 24 hours Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Lexington, Ohio September 28–29

Race results

Round Circuit GT winning car SS winning car A winning car B winning car Report
GT winning drivers SS winning drivers A winning drivers B winning drivers
1 Sears Point No. 08 Delta G Racing Porsche 944 No. 74 Rippie Anderson Motorsports Chevrolet Corvette No. 87 Team Mitsubishi 87 Mitsubishi Starion No. 35 Quantum Engineering No. 35 Honda CRX-Si
Geoff Provo, Gregg Doran, Barney Gardner Parker Johnston, Bill Cooper Mike Rutherford, Ray Kong Ran Haase, Scott Gaylord, Lance Stewart
2 Portland No. 08 Delta G Racing Porsche 944 No. 4 Bakeracing No. 4 Chevrolet Corvette No. 88 Team Mitsubishi 88 Mitsubishi Starion No. 20 Coyote Enterprises Mitsubishi Starion
Geoff Provo, Gregg Doran Bobby Archer, Tommy Archer Peter Farrell, Dave Vegher Wiley Timbrook, Bob Gill
3 Nelson Ledges No. 11 Carlsen Porsche Racing 11 Porsche 944 No. 98 Morrison-Cook Motor Sports No. 2 Chevrolet Corvette No. 87 Dave Wolin Mitsubishi 87 Mitsubishi Starion No. 33 Quantum Engineering No. 33 Honda CRX-Si
Paul McIntosh, Bruce MacInnes, Larry Bleil Don Knowles, John Heinricy, Bob McConnell Mike Rutherford, Ray Kong, Bob Sweet, Charles Downes, Dave Vegher, John Norris Bruce Short, John Green, Donna Sue Landon, Doug Peterson
4 Road Atlanta No. 11 Carlsen Porsche Racing 11 Porsche 944 No. 5 Bakeracing No. 4 Chevrolet Corvette No. 53 Team Shelby 53 Dodge Shelby Charger No. 35 Quantum Engineering No. 35 Honda CRX-Si
Paul McIntosh, Kees Nierop Kim Baker, Bobby Archer, Tommy Archer Garth Ullom, Tim Evans Ran Haase, Scott Gaylord, Lance Stewart
5 Mosport Park No. 19 Saleen Autosport Saleen Mustang No. 4 Bakeracing No. 4 Chevrolet Corvette No. 53 Team Shelby 53 Dodge Shelby Charger No. 39 CGJ/Phoenix Racing VW Scirocco GTX
Steve Saleen, Desiré Wilson, Lisa Caceres, Rick Titus, Skeeter McKitterick, Tom Winters Kim Baker, Bobby Archer, Tommy Archer, Mitch Wright, John Dinkel Garth Ullom, Tim Evans, Jack Broomall Bill Pate, Alistair Oag, Phil Pate, Peter Schwartzott
6 Mid-Ohio Chevrolet Camaro Chevrolet Corvette Dodge Shelby Charger VW Scirocco GTX
Norton, Warner, S. Hendricks, L. Hendricks B. Archer, T. Archer, K. Baker, Wright, Dinkel Ullom, Evans, Broomall, Hannemann Schwartzott, Oag, B. Pate, P. Pate

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-04-10. Retrieved 2009-04-18.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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