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1000 km Jarama

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1000 Km del Jarama
Circuito Permanente del Jarama.svg
VenueCircuito del Jarama
First race1967
Last race2006
Most wins (driver)Alex Soler-Roig (3)
Most wins (team)GTC Motorsport (3)
Most wins (manufacturer)Porsche (5)

The 1000 Kilometres of Jarama is a sports car race held at Circuito del Jarama in Madrid, Spain. The race began in 1967, and has been a part of the European 2-Litre Sportscar Championship, World Sportscar Championship, BPR Global GT Series, International Sports Racing Series, European Le Mans Series, and Le Mans Series.

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Year Overall Winner(s) Entrant Car Distance/Duration Race Title Championship Report
1967 Spain Alex Soler-Roig Porsche 906 100 km (62 mi) Gran Premio de Madrid Non-championship report
1968: Not held
1969 Austria Jochen Rindt
Spain Alex Soler-Roig
Porsche 908/02 6 hours 6 Horas de Jarama Non-championship report
1970 Spain Alex Soler-Roig
Germany Jürgen Neuhaus
Germany Gesipa Racing Porsche 908/02 6 hours 6 Horas de Jarama Non-championship report
1971 Sweden Jo Bonnier Switzerland Scuderia Filipinetti Lola T212-Ford 2 hours 2 Horas de Jarama European 2-Litre Championship report
1972 United Kingdom Derek Bell Spain Escuderia Nacional CS Abarth Osella SE-021 2 hours Trofeo SEAT European 2-Litre Championship report
1973: Not held
1974 France Jean-Pierre Jabouille France Société Alpine Alpine A441-Renault 2 hours 2 Horas de Jarama European 2-Litre Championship report
1975 Australia Tim Schenken Germany Gelo Racing Team Georg Loos Porsche Carrera RSR 200 km (120 mi) 200 km Jarama European GT Championship report
1976-1986: Not held
1987 Netherlands Jan Lammers
United Kingdom John Watson
United Kingdom Silk Cut Jaguar Jaguar XJR-8 360 km (220 mi) Gran Premio Fortuna World Sportscar Championship report
1988 United States Eddie Cheever
United Kingdom Martin Brundle
United Kingdom Silk Cut Jaguar Jaguar XJR-9 360 km (220 mi) Supersprint Jarama World Sportscar Championship report
1989 Germany Jochen Mass
France Jean-Louis Schlesser
Switzerland Team Sauber Mercedes Sauber-Mercedes C9/88 480 km (300 mi) Trofeo Repsol Jarama World Sportscar Championship report
1990-1993: Not held
1994 Spain Jesús Pareja
France Jean-Pierre Jarier
France Dominique Dupuy
France Larbre Compétition Porsche 911 Turbo S LM 4 hours Gran Premio Repsol BPR Global GT Series report
1995 Brazil Maurizio Sandro Sala
United Kingdom Ray Bellm
United Kingdom Gulf Racing/GTC McLaren F1 GTR 4 hours Gran Premio Repsol BPR Global GT Series report
1996 United Kingdom James Weaver
United Kingdom Ray Bellm
United Kingdom Gulf Racing/GTC Motorsport McLaren F1 GTR 4 hours Gran Premio Repsol BPR Global GT Series report
1997 France Didier Cottaz
France Jérôme Policand
France Courage Compétition Courage C41-Porsche 2 hours Gran Premio Repsol International Sports Racing Series report
1998 Germany Thomas Bscher
United Kingdom Geoff Lees
United Kingdom GTC/Davidoff Classics McLaren F1 GTR 4 hours Gran Premio Repsol GTR Euroseries report
1999-2000: Not held
2001 Italy Rinaldo Capello
Denmark Tom Kristensen
Germany Audi Sport North America Audi R8 2 hours, 45 minutes Repsol European Le Mans Series American Le Mans Series
European Le Mans Series
2002-2005: Not held
2006 France Emmanuel Collard
France Jean-Christophe Boullion
France Didier André
France Pescarolo Sport Pescarolo C60 Hybrid-Judd 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000 km del Jarama Le Mans Series report

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