1000 km Catalunya

The 1000 Kilometres of Catalunya was a sports car race held at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmeló, Catalonia, Spain. The race began as a non-championship event at the Montjuïc circuit in 1954.

4 Hours of Barcelona
Formula1 Circuit Catalunya 2021.svg
European Le Mans Series
VenueCircuit de Catalunya
First race1933
First ELMS race2008
Last race2021
Duration4 Hours
Previous namesCoppa Montjuich
Trofeo Nuvolari
Trofeo Juan Jover

ResultsEdit

Year Overall Winner(s) Entrant Car Distance/Duration Race Title Championship Report
1933[1]   Ignacio Macaya
  José Pons
Ford 3620cc 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000km del A.C.C. Non-championship report
1934-1953: Not held
Montjuïc
1954   Joaquin Palacio Pover Pegaso Spyder 1 hour Coppa Montjuich Non-championship report
1955   Willie Daetwyler Ferrari 750 Monza 1 hour Coppa Montjuich Non-championship report
1956: Not held
1957   Gerardo de Andres Mercedes-Benz 300 SL 76 km (47 mi) Trofeo Nuvolari Non-championship report
1958   Alex Soler-Roig Porsche 356 Carrera 76 km (47 mi) Trofeo Nuvolari Non-championship report
1959   Alex Soler-Roig Porsche RS 38 km (24 mi) Trofeo Nuvolari Non-championship report
1960-1961: Not held
1962   Francisco Godia Sales Aston Martin DB4 45 km (28 mi) Trofeo Nuvolari Non-championship report
1963   Alex Soler-Roig Porsche 356 Carrera 57 km (35 mi) Trofeo Juan Jover Non-championship report
1964   Charles Vögele Lotus 19-Climax 114 km (71 mi) Trofeo Juan Jover Non-championship report
1965   Francisco Godia Sales A.C. Cobra-Ford 76 km (47 mi) Trofeo Juan Jover Non-championship report
1966   Juan Fernández Porsche 906 95 km (59 mi) Trofeo Juan Pinol Non-championship report
1967   Javier de Vilar
  Juan Fernández
Porsche 911 S 6 hours 6 Horas de Barcelona Non-championship report
1968   Brian Muir
  Francisco Godia Sales
  Escuderia Montjuïc Ford GT40 6 hours 6 Horas de Barcelona Non-championship report
1969   Francisco Godia Sales
  Juan Fernández
  Escuderia Montjuïc Porsche 908 12 hours 12 Horas de Barcelona Non-championship report
1970: Not held
1971   Jo Bonnier
  Ronnie Peterson
  Scuderia Filipinetti Lola T212-Ford 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000 km de Barcelona Non-championship report
1972   John Burton   Canon Racing Team Chevron B21-Ford 400 km (250 mi) 400 km de Barcelona European 2-Litre Championship report
1973   Gérard Larrousse   Archambeaud Racing Lola T292-BMW 400 km (250 mi) 400 km de Barcelona European 2-Litre Championship report
1974-1998: Not held
Circuit de Catalunya
1999   Emmanuel Collard
  Vincenzo Sospiri
  JB Giesse Team Ferrari Ferrari 333 SP 2 hours, 30 minutes ATP ISRS Trophy Barcelona Sports Racing World Cup report
2000   Christian Pescatori
  David Terrien
  JMB Giesse Team Ferrari Ferrari 333 SP 2 hours, 30 minutes ATP Trophy Sports Racing World Cup report
2001   Christian Pescatori
  Marco Zadra
  BMS Scuderia Italia Ferrari 333 SP 2 hours, 30 minutes Barcelona 2 hours, 30 minutes FIA Sportscar Championship report
2002   Sébastien Bourdais
  Jean-Christophe Boullion
  Pescarolo Sport Courage C60-Peugeot 2 hours, 30 minutes Barcelona 2 hours, 30 minutes FIA Sportscar Championship report
2003-2007: Not held
2008   Nicolas Minassian
  Marc Gené
  Team Peugeot Total Peugeot 908 HDi FAP 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000 km de Catalunya Le Mans Series report
2009   Jan Charouz
  Tomáš Enge
  Stefan Mücke
  Aston Martin Racing Lola-Aston Martin B09/60 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000 km de Catalunya Le Mans Series report
2010-2018: Not held
2019   Roman Rusinov
  Job van Uitert
  Jean-Éric Vergne
  G-Drive Racing Aurus 01 4 hours 4 Hours of Barcelona European Le Mans Series report
2020: Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021   Louis Delétraz
  Robert Kubica
  Ye Yifei
  Team WRT Oreca 07 4 hours 4 Hours of Barcelona European Le Mans Series report

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