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12 Hours at the Point

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12 Hours at the Point
Summit Point - Original Track.svg
VenueSummit Point Motorsports Park
First race1999
Last race2009
Duration12 hours
Most wins (driver)Harrison/Coleman/Wisker (3)
Most wins (manufacturer)Porsche (3)
Lap record(Harrison/Coleman/Wisker, Porsche 993, 2002 (944 mi (1,519 km))

The 12 Hours at the Point was an endurance race for sports cars and sedans hosted by the Washington, D.C. Region of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). The initial event was staged in June 1999 at Summit Point Motorsports Park in Summit Point, West Virginia. With the exception of 2006, the race has been held on the weekend closest to June 1. It is the oldest perennial SCCA-sanctioned endurance race.[citation needed]

It was one of three events that comprised the Triple Crown of SCCA amateur endurance racing. The second event in the Triple Crown was The Longest Day of Nelson, held at Nelson Ledges Road Course in Ohio. The final member of the crown was disputed and was either the Charge of the Headlight Brigade, held at Virginia International Raceway in Virginia or the Tropical 12 Hour, held at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida.

2009 was the last year the 12 Hours at the Point was conducted.

Overall Winners

Year Drivers Car Class Laps Distance
1999 Legg/Gaynor/Jeter/Craw Datsun 240Z ITS 450 900 mi (1,400 km)
2000 Moorcones/Rooney/Ball Mazda Miata ITE 439 878 mi (1,413 km)
2001 Ash/Boros/Scweitz/Dobyns Ferrari 348 ITE 467 934 mi (1,503 km)
2002 Harrison/Coleman/Wisker Porsche 993 ITE 469 940 mi (1,510 km)
2003 Harrison/Coleman/Wisker Porsche 993 ITE 394 788 mi (1,268 km)
2004 Coch/Ellinger/Ellinger Mercedes ITE 393 786 mi (1,265 km)
2005 Harrison/Coleman/Wisker Porsche 993 ITE 472 944 mi (1,519 km)
2006 Armstrong/Wilson Mazda RX7 ITS 450 900 mi (1,400 km)
2007 Collins/Peter ITE 467 934 mi (1,503 km)
2008 Ken Reilly/? Spec Racer Ford SRF 360 720 mi (1,160 km)

Index of Performance Winners

Year Drivers Car Class Actual Laps Actual Distance
1999 LaVine Brothers Racing VW Scirocco ITC 423 846 mi (1,362 km)
2000 Baracka/Higgins/Coombs VW Rabbit ITC 424 848 mi (1,365 km)
2001 Traut/Traut, Jr. Mazda Miata SM 437 874 mi (1,407 km)
2002 O'Brien/Espenlave/Baldwin/Foss/? Mazda Miata SM 445 890 mi (1,430 km)
2003 Legg/Lucas Datsun 240Z ITS 385 770 mi (1,240 km)
2004 Walsh/Williamson Dodge Neon SSC 377 754 mi (1,213 km)
2005 de Pedro/Zalner/Zalner Mazda Miata SM 446 892 mi (1,436 km)
2006 de Pedro/Zalner/Zalner Mazda Miata SM 444 888 mi (1,429 km)

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This page was last edited on 3 December 2018, at 22:05
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