The 1987 Fuji InterTEC [ja] 500 was the eleventh and final round of the inaugural World Touring Car Championship. The race was held for cars eligible for Group A touring car regulations. It was held on November 15, 1987, at the Fuji Speedway in Oyama, Japan.

Official results

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Pos Class No Team Drivers Car Laps Qual
Pos
Series
Points
1 3 6 Switzerland Eggenberger Motorsport Germany Klaus Ludwig
Germany Klaus Niedzwiedz
Ford Sierra RS500 112 1 40
2 3 10 United Kingdom Rousesport United Kingdom Andy Rouse
Japan Naoki Nagasaka
Ford Sierra RS500 112 3
3 2 46 Germany Schnitzer Motorsport Italy Roberto Ravaglia
Italy Emanuele Pirro
BMW M3 112 9 35
4 2 40 Germany Schnitzer Motorsport Germany Markus Oestreich
Austria Dieter Quester
Italy Roberto Ravaglia
BMW M3 112 14 27
5 3 7 Switzerland Eggenberger Motorsport United Kingdom Steve Soper
Belgium Pierre Dieudonné
Ford Sierra RS500 112 2 25
6 2 42 Italy CiBiEmme Venezuela Johnny Cecotto
Italy Gianfranco Brancatelli
BMW M3 110 15 20
7 2 43 Italy Bigazzi Spain Luis Pérez-Sala
France Olivier Grouillard
BMW M3 110 11 16
8 2 55 Japan AutoTech M3 United Kingdom Will Hoy
Japan Haruto Yanagida
BMW M3 110 20
9 3 37 Japan Minolta Supra TOM's United Kingdom Geoff Lees
Japan Kaoru Hoshino
Toyota Supra Turbo-A 109 4
10 3 5 Japan STP Mitsubishi Ralliart Japan Kunimitsu Takahashi
Japan Akihiko Nakaya
Mitsubishi Starion 109 10
11 3 28 Sweden Söderqvist Racing Services Team[5] Sweden Ulf Granberg
New Zealand Ian Tulloch
Volvo 240 Turbo 109
12 3 26 Japan ADVAN Skyline RS Turbo Japan Kenji Takahashi
Japan Takao Wada
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 109
13 1 116 Japan Mugen Motul Civic Japan Osamu Nakako
Japan Hideki Okada
Honda Civic 106
14 3 20 Japan AutoTech BMW 635 United Kingdom David Scott
Japan Takamasa Nakagawa
BMW 635 CSi 106
15 3 23 Japan Nismo Japan Kazuyoshi Hoshino
Sweden Anders Olofsson
Nissan Skyline GTS-R HR31 105 5
16 1 111 Japan Hisashi Yokoyama
Japan Hisatoyo Goto
Toyota Sprinter AE86 105
17 3 8 Switzerland Eggenberger Motorsport Germany Armin Hahne
Germany Bernd Schneider
Ford Sierra RS500 105 12 16
18 1 167 Japan Yamato Civic Japan Tsuguo Oba
Japan Katsuaki Sato
Honda Civic 105
19 1 107 Japan Minolta TOM'S Japan Masanori Sekiya
Japan Hitoshi Ogawa
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 104
20 1 118 Japan WedSport Civic Japan Takeo Asano
Japan Makoto Hagiwara
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 104
21 1 160 Japan Hiroyuki Noji
Japan Mutsuaki Sanada
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 103
22 1 168 Japan Yamato Civic Japan Ken Mizokawa
Japan Yoshimi Watanabe
Honda Civic 103
23 3 22 Japan Diesel Kiki P'Chiba Japan Kenji Tohiro
Japan Masao Kamioka
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 103
24 1 112 Japan Trampio Civic Japan Tomohiko Tsutsumi
Japan Kaoru Honda
Honda Civic 100
25 3 14 Japan Yasuo Ishimura
Japan Masahiro Kimoto
Holden Commodore VK Group A SS 100
26 1 170 Japan Team Gaikokuya Japan Yoshimi Ishibashi
Japan Hiroyasu Aoyagi
Japan Fumio Aiba
Toyota Sprinter AE86 98
27 1 100 Italy Scuderia Autolodi Corse S.r.l. Italy Daniele Toffoli
Belgium Alain Thibaut
Alfa Romeo 33 97 52 23
28 1 101 Japan Sports Car Club of Nissan Japan Yoshinari Takasugi
Japan Shinichi Katsura
Nissan Pulsar 96
29 1 106 Japan ADVAN・FET・TBS Sprinter Japan Tsutomu Sakurai
Japan Kenichi Okuyama
Toyota Sprinter AE86 85
30 1 121 Japan TOM'S Japan Kaori Okamoto
Japan Hideshi Matsuda
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 85
DNF 1 115 Japan EPSON Civic Japan Toshio Suzuki
Japan Koji Sato
Honda Civic 100
DNF 1 102 Japan COSMO OIL CIVIC Japan Keiichi Tsuchiya
Japan Yasuhiko Tanabe
Honda Civic 97
DNF 1 117 Japan ADVAN Japan トレドFX Japan Takahashi Abe
Japan Masakazu Hamana
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 96
DNF 1 122 Japan アラミス 900トムスカローラ Japan Morio Nitta
Japan Hideo Fukuyama
Toyota Sprinter AE86 95
DNF 3 36 Japan TOM's Sweden Eje Elgh
Italy Mauro Baldi
Toyota Supra Turbo-A 94 7
DNF 3 3 DUNLOP・ARJ・ROVER Japan Taku Akaike
United Kingdom Kenny Acheson
Rover Vitesse 80
DNF 1 128 Japan Wako's Japan Nobuko Koike
Japan Mitsutake Koma
Japan Susumu Tanno
Toyota Sprinter AE86 68
DNF 3 32 Japan Nismo Japan Masahiro Hasemi
Japan Aguri Suzuki
Nissan Skyline GTS-R HR31 63 6
DNF 3 16 Japan Leyton House Japan Hajime Kitano
Japan Masahiko Kageyama
Japan Ryoichi Oono
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 35
DNF 1 161 Japan フジメカカローラFX GT Japan Tatsuhiko Seki
Japan Masami Ishikawa
Japan Kazuhisa Shimura
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 33
DNF 3 24 Japan Diesel Kiki Skyline Japan Motoji Sekine
Japan Masami Miyoshi
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 29
DNF 1 125 Japan ADVAN COROLLA FX Japan Kazuo Mogi
Japan Tetsuya Ota
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 24
DNF 3 30 Japan Team Le Mans Sweden Robert Kvist
Sweden Per-Gunnar Andersson
Volvo 240 Turbo 20
DNF 1 109 Japan WedSport Corolla FX Japan Yuji Nihei
Japan Shinji Tsunashima
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 19
DNF 1 103 New Zealand Gullivers Ltd New Zealand Andrew Bagnall
New Zealand Mark Jennings
United Kingdom Chris Hodgetts
Toyota Sprinter AE86 17
DNF 1 185 Japan CABIN CIVIC Japan Yasuo Muramatsu
Japan Kazuo Shimizu
Honda Civic 10
DNS 2 47 Germany Schnitzer Motorsport Germany Markus Oestreich
Austria Dieter Quester
Italy Emanuele Pirro
BMW M3
DNS 1 99 Japan Keiichi Suzuki
JapanRyusaku Hitomi
Toyota Celica
DNS 3 15 Japan Mitsubishi Ralliart Australia Brad Jones
JapanSakae Obata
Mitsubishi Starion

Italics indicate driver practiced this car but did not race.

References

  1. ^ "www.touringcarracing.net". Archived from the original on 2009-03-10. Retrieved 2009-06-15.
  2. ^ Wilson, Stewart (1987). "World Touring Car Championship". Australian Motor Racing Year. Killara: Berghouse Publishing Group Pty. Ltd. 17: 184–186. ISSN 0158-4138.
  3. ^ Tuckey, Bill (1987). The Great Race. Hornsby: The Berghouse Floyd Tuckey Publishing Group Pty. Ltd. 7. ISSN 1031-6124.{{cite journal}}: CS1 maint: untitled periodical (link)
  4. ^ "Jaf|モータースポーツ".
  5. ^ Hyde, Anthony (February 2003). "Volvo 240 Turbo Group 'A' Racing Information". Archived from the original on 2008-12-29. Retrieved 2008-11-22.

Statistics

  • Pole Position - #7 Klaus Ludwig - 1:36.981
  • Fastest Lap - #7 Klaus Ludwig - 1:39.249

External links


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