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The 1987 Jarama 4 Hours was the second 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 April 19, 1987, at the Circuit of Jarama, in Madrid, Spain.

Spain 1987 Jarama 4 Hours
Race details
Circuito Permanente del Jarama 1980.svg
Date19 April, 1987
LocationMadrid, Spain
CourseCircuito del Jarama
3.404 kilometres (2.115 mi)
Laps 4 hours
Pole position
Driver Germany Klaus Ludwig Eggenberger Motorsport
Time 1:31.434
Podium
First Italy Roberto Ravaglia
Italy Emanuele Pirro
BMW Motorsport
Second Italy Ivan Capelli
Austria Roland Ratzenberger
BMW Motorsport
Third Spain Luis Pérez-Sala
France Olivier Grouillard
Bigazzi
Fastest Lap
Driver United Kingdom Andy Rouse Andy Rouse Engineering
Time 1:33.710

The race was won by Emanuele Pirro and Roberto Ravaglia, driving a BMW M3.

Class structureEdit

Cars were divided into three classes based on engine capacity:

  • Division 1: 1-1600cc
  • Division 2: 1601-2500cc
  • Division 3: Over 2500cc

Official resultsEdit

Results were as follows:[1][2] | Entered: 29 | Started: 29 | Finished: 17

Pos Class No Team Drivers Car Laps Qual
Pos
Series
Points
1 2 46   BMW Motorsport   Roberto Ravaglia
  Emanuele Pirro
  Roland Ratzenberger
BMW M3 150 3 40
2 2 40   BMW Motorsport   Ivan Capelli
  Roland Ratzenberger
  Roberto Ravaglia
BMW M3 150 4 30
3 2 43   Bigazzi   Luis Pérez-Sala
  Olivier Grouillard
BMW M3 150 8 24
4 3 7   Eggenberger Motorsport   Klaus Ludwig
  Pierre Dieudonné
Ford Sierra RS Cosworth 149 1 30
5 3 6   Eggenberger Motorsport   Steve Soper
  Klaus Niedzwiedz
Ford Sierra RS Cosworth 149 2 23
6 2 41   BMW Motorsport   Winfried Vogt
  Christian Danner
BMW M3 149 10
7 2 48   CiBiEmme Sport   Luciano Lovato
  Fabio Mancini
BMW M3 147 15
8 2 42   CiBiEmme Sport   Johnny Cecotto
  Gianfranco Brancatelli
BMW M3 140 6 16
9 2 49 Kulker SC Team   József Cserkuti
  Marco Curti
BMW M3 139 23
10 2 45 Dixi Sport   Bernard Santal
  Ferdinand de Lesseps
Alfa Romeo 75 138 24
11 2 79   Albatech   Walter Voulaz
  Marcello Cipriani
Alfa Romeo 75 137 19 12
12 1 102   Seikel Motorsport   Tihomir Filipovic
  Heinz Wirth
Audi 80 134 34
13 2 44 Dixi Sport   Gerard Févrot
  Bruno di Gioia
Alfa Romeo 75 134 18
14 3 8   Andy Rouse Engineering   Andy Rouse
  Thierry Tassin
Ford Sierra RS Cosworth 125 5 15
15 3 16   Seikel Motorsport   Peter Seikel
  Giovanni da Schio
Ford Mustang GT 120 25
16 2 80   Q-Racing   Thomas Lindström
  Mikael Naebrink
Alfa Romeo 75 109 16 8
17 2 75   Alfa Corse   Jacques Laffite
  Alessandro Nannini
Alfa Romeo 75 108 12 5
DNF 2 76   Alfa Corse   Giorgio Francia
  Paolo Barilla
Alfa Romeo 75 108 13
DNF 3 5   Allan Moffat Racing   Allan Moffat
  John Harvey
Holden VL Commodore SS Group A 78 11
DNF 2 60   Schnitzer Motorsport   Annette Meeuvissen
  Mercedes Stermitz
BMW M3 11 9
DNF 2 47   BMW Motorsport   Markus Oestreich
  Altfrid Heger
BMW M3 7
DNF 2 77   Brixia Corse   Rinaldo Drovandi
  Gabriele Tarquini
Alfa Romeo 75 17
DNF 2 19   CiBiEmme Sport   Massimo Micangeli
  Maurizio Micangeli
BMW 635 CSi 20
DNF 2 78   Brixia Corse   Carlo Rossi
  Alessandro Santin
Alfa Romeo 75 21
DNF 3 31   CMS Sweden   Christer Simonsen
  Kurt Simonsen
Volvo 240T 22
DNF 2 51 ÚAMK   Oldřich Vaníček
  Vlastimil Tomášek
BMW M3 26
DNF 2 105   Luis Miguel Arias
  D. Arias
  Santiago Cantero
VW Golf GTI 28
DNF 1 95   Georg Alber   Helmut Maier
  Georg Alber
  Antonín Charouz
Toyota Corolla GT 30
DNF 2 18   CiBiEmme Sport   Georges Bosshard
  José Ángel Sasiambarrena
BMW 635 CSi 14
  • Drivers in italics practiced in the car but did not take part in the race.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "4 h Jarama (Qualifying Results)". Racing Sports Cars. Retrieved 2013-02-23.
  2. ^ "4 h Jarama (Race Results)". Racing Sports Cars. Retrieved 2013-02-23.


World Touring Car Championship
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1987 Monza 500
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1987 Burgundy 500