The 1983–84 USAC Championship Car season consisted of two races, beginning in Du Quoin, Illinois, on September 5, 1983, and concluding in Speedway, Indiana, on May 27, 1984. The USAC National Champion and Indianapolis 500 winner was Rick Mears. This was the last year that the Championship comprised more than one race.
|1983-84 USAC Championship Car season|
|USAC Gold Crown Championship|
|Start date||September 5, 1983|
|End date||May 27, 1984|
|National champion||Rick Mears|
|Indianapolis 500 winner||Rick Mears|
Schedule and resultsEdit
All races were run on Oval/Speedway courses.
|Rnd||Date||Race Name||Length||Track||Location||Type||Pole Position||Winning Driver|
|1||September 5, 1983||Ted Horn Memorial||100 mi (160 km)||DuQuoin State Fairgrounds||Du Quoin, Illinois||Dirt||Gary Bettenhausen||Gary Bettenhausen|
|2||May 27, 1984||Indianapolis 500-Mile Race||500 mi (800 km)||Indianapolis Motor Speedway||Speedway, Indiana||Paved||Tom Sneva||Rick Mears|
Final points standingsEdit
Note: Drivers not entered for the Indianapolis 500 were not eligible for points.
- Åberg, Andreas. "USAC National Championship 1984". Driver Database. Archived from the original on 2008-03-25. Retrieved 2009-05-11.
- "1983-84 USAC Gold Crown Championship". ChampCarStats.com. Archived from the original on 2008-09-08. Retrieved 2009-05-11.
- http://media.indycar.com/pdf/2011/IICS_2011_Historical_Record_Book_INT6.pdf Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine (p. 191-192)