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1992 IMSA GT Championship
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The 1992 Camel GT Championship and Exxon Supreme GT Series seasons were the 22nd season of the IMSA GT Championship auto racing series. It was for GTP and Lights classes of prototypes, as well as Grand Tourer-style racing cars which ran in the GTS, GTO, and GTU classes. It began February 1, 1992, and ended October 11, 1992, after fifteen rounds.

ScheduleEdit

The GT and Prototype classes did not participate in all events, nor did they race together at shorter events. Races marked with All had all classes on track at the same time.

Rnd Race Length Class Circuit Date
1 Rolex 24 at Daytona 24 Hours All Daytona International Speedway February 1
February 2
2 Toyota Grand Prix of Miami 1 Hour GT Streets of Miami February 22
2 Hours Proto
3 Contac 12 Hours of Sebring 12 Hours All Sebring International Raceway March 21
4 Nissan Grand Prix of Atlanta 1 Hour 45 Minutes Proto Road Atlanta April 26
5 The Nissan Grand Prix 2 Hours GT Mosport Park May 18
6 Toyota Trucks Lime Rock Grand Prix 2 Hours Proto Lime Rock Park May 25
7 Nissan Grand Prix of Ohio 1 Hour GT Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course May 30
2 Hours Proto May 31
8 Grand Prix du Mardi Gras 1 Hour GT New Orleans street course June 14
1 Hour 45 Minutes Proto
9 Camel Continental 2 Hours 45 Minutes Proto Watkins Glen International June 28
10 Grand Auto Supply Camel GT 1 Hour GT Laguna Seca Raceway July 18
2 Hours Proto July 19
11 G.I. Joe's/Camel Grand Prix 1 Hour GT Portland International Raceway July 26
2 Hours Proto
12 Nissan Grand Prix of Road America 1 Hour GT Road America August 9
2 Hours Proto
13 The Jamesway 300 1 Hour 45 Minutes GT Lime Rock Park August 26
14 Checker Grand Prix 2 Hours Proto Phoenix International Raceway October 4
15 Vons Grand Prix of San Diego 1 Hour GT Del Mar Fairgrounds October 10
2 Hours Proto October 11

Season resultsEdit

PrototypesEdit

Rnd Circuit GTP Winning Team Lights Winning Team Results
GTP Winning Drivers Lights Winning Drivers
1 Daytona   #2 Jaguar Racing   #49 Comptech Racing Results
  Davy Jones
  Scott Pruett
  David Brabham
  Scott Goodyear
  Parker Johnstone
  Steve Cameron
  Jimmy Vasser
  Dan Marvin
2 Miami   #83 Nissan Performance   #49 Comptech Racing Results
  Geoff Brabham   Parker Johnstone
  Dan Marvin
3 Sebring   #99 All American Racers   #36 Downing Atlanta Results
  Juan Manuel Fangio II
  Andy Wallace
  Jim Downing
  Howard Katz
  Tim McAdam
4 Road Atlanta   #2 Jaguar Racing   #49 Comptech Racing Results
  Davy Jones   Parker Johnstone
  Dan Marvin
6 Lime Rock   #99 All American Racers   #49 Comptech Racing Results
  Juan Manuel Fangio II
7 Mid-Ohio   #2 Jaguar Racing   #44 Scandia Motorsports Results
  Davy Jones   Andy Evans
  Fermín Vélez
8 New Orleans   #99 All American Racers   #45 Scandia Motorsports Results
  Juan Manuel Fangio II   Tommy Riggins
  Charles Morgan
9 Watkins Glen   #99 All American Racers   #49 Comptech Racing Results
  Juan Manuel Fangio II   Parker Johnstone
  Dan Marvin
10 Laguna Seca   #99 All American Racers   #48 Comptech Racing Results
  Juan Manuel Fangio II   Wayne Taylor
  Ruggero Melgrati
11 Portland   #98 All American Racers   #49 Comptech Racing Results
  P.J. Jones   Parker Johnstone
  Dan Marvin
12 Road America   #99 All American Racers   #45 Scandia Motorsports Results
  Juan Manuel Fangio II   Tommy Riggins
  Charles Morgan
14 Phoenix   #99 All American Racers   #48 Comptech Racing Results
  Juan Manuel Fangio II   Parker Johnstone
  Ruggero Melgrati
15 Del Mar   #98 All American Racers   #44 Scandia Motorsports Results
  P.J. Jones   Andy Evans
  Fermín Vélez

† - The 24 Hours of Daytona was won by Nissan Motorsports, but their car did not comply with GTP rules and therefore did not score points. Jaguar Racing was the highest finishing GTP-class car.

Grand tourersEdit

Rnd Circuit GTS Winning Team GTO Winning Team GTU Winning Team Results
GTS Winning Drivers GTO Winning Drivers GTU Winning Drivers
1 Daytona   #15 Roush Racing Did Not Participate   #82 Dick Greer Racing Results
  Dorsey Schroeder
  Wally Dallenbach Jr.
  Robby Gordon
  Dick Greer
  Al Bacon
  Mike Mees
  Peter Uria
2 Miami   #75 Cunningham Racing   #41 Tommy Riggins   #96 Leitzinger Racing Results
  Steve Millen   Tommy Riggins   David Loring
3 Sebring   #51 Rocketsports Did Not Participate   #96 Leitzinger Racing Results
  George Robinson
  Irv Hoerr
  Daniel Brassfield
  Paul Gentilozzi
  John Paul, Jr.
  David Loring
5 Mosport   #76 Cunningham Racing   #48 Lindley Racing   #96 Leitzinger Motorsport Results
  Jeremy Dale   Les Lindley   David Loring
7 Mid-Ohio   #75 Cunningham Racing   #48 Lindley Racing   #0 Full Time Racing Results
  Steve Millen   Les Lindley   John Fergus
8 New Orleans   #75 Cunningham Racing   #4 Rocketsports   #97 Leitzinger Racing Results
  Steve Millen   Irv Hoerr   Butch Leitzinger
10 Laguna Seca   #3 Rocketsports   #4 Rocketsports   #0 Full Time Racing Results
  Paul Gentilozzi   Irv Hoerr   John Fergus
11 Portland   #5 Rocketsports   #4 Rocketsports   #0 Full Time Racing Results
  Darin Brassfield   Irv Hoerr   John Fergus
12 Road America   #3 Rocketsports   #4 Rocketsports   #97 Leitzinger Racing Results
  Paul Gentilozzi   Irv Hoerr   Butch Leitzinger
13 Lime Rock   #75 Cunningham Racing   #4 Rocketsports   #7 Full Time Racing Results
  Steve Millen   Irv Hoerr   Don Walker
15 Del Mar   #9 Roush Racing   #55 Bruce Nesbitt   #97 Leitzinger Racing Results
  Robby Gordon   Bruce Nesbitt   Butch Leitzinger

† - The GTO class was combined with the GTS class for Daytona and Sebring.

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