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1982 CART PPG Indy Car World Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1982 CART season
PPG Indy Car World Series
Season
Races11
Start dateMarch 28
End dateNovember 6
Awards
Drivers' championUnited States Rick Mears
Constructors' CupUnited Kingdom March
Manufacturers' CupUnited Kingdom Cosworth
Nations' CupUnited States United States
Rookie of the YearUnited States Bobby Rahal
← 1981
1983 →

The 1982 CART PPG Indy Car World Series season, the fourth in the CART era of U.S. open-wheel racing, consisted of 11 races, beginning in Avondale, Arizona on March 28 and concluding at the same location on November 6. The PPG Indy Car World Series Drivers' Champion was Rick Mears. Rookie of the Year was Bobby Rahal.

Though it was not officially part of the CART calendar, most of the teams and drivers also competed at the USAC-sanctioned 66th Indianapolis 500. Gordon Johncock was victorious at Indy.

Jim Hickman was fatally injured in a practice crash for the Tony Bettenhausen 200 at Milwaukee, he was 39 years old.

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Transcription

Contents

Season Summary

Schedule

Rd Date Name Circuit Location
1 March 28 United States Kraco Car Stereo 150  O  Phoenix International Raceway Avondale, Arizona
2 May 1 United States Stroh's 200  O  Atlanta Motor Speedway Hampton, Georgia
NC May 30 United States Indianapolis 500  O  Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis, Indiana
3 June 13 United States Gould Rex Mays Classic  O  Milwaukee Mile West Allis, Wisconsin
4 July 4 United States Budweiser Cleveland 500  S  Burke Lakefront Airport Cleveland, Ohio
5 July 18 United States Norton Michigan 500  O  Michigan International Speedway Brooklyn, Michigan
6 August 1 United States Tony Bettenhausen 200  O  Milwaukee Mile West Allis, Wisconsin
7 August 15 United States Domino's Pizza Pocono 500  O  Pocono International Raceway Long Pond, Pennsylvania
8 August 29 United States AirCal 500K  R  Riverside International Raceway Riverside, California
9 September 19 United States Road America 200  R  Road America Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
10 September 26 United States Detroit News Grand Prix  O  Michigan International Speedway Brooklyn, Michigan
11 November 6 United States Miller High Life 150  O  Phoenix International Raceway Avondale, Arizona
O Oval/Speedway
R/S Road Course/Street Circuit

Race results

Rd Race Name Pole Position Winning driver Winning team Race time
1 Kraco Car Stereo 150 United States Rick Mears United States Rick Mears United States Team Penske 1:15:48
2 Stroh's 200 United States Rick Mears United States Rick Mears United States Team Penske 1:13:10
NC Indianapolis 500-Mile Race United States Rick Mears United States Gordon Johncock United States Patrick Racing 3:05:09
3 Gould-Rex Mays 150 United States Gordon Johncock United States Gordon Johncock United States Patrick Racing 1:10:52
4 Budweiser Cleveland 500 United States Kevin Cogan United States Bobby Rahal United States Truesports 3:03:44
5 Norton-Michigan 500 United States Rick Mears / Mario Andretti United States Gordon Johncock United States Patrick Racing 3:14:54
6 Tony Bettenhausen 200 United States Rick Mears United States Tom Sneva United States Bignotti-Cotter Racing 1:49:57
7 Domino's Pizza Pocono 500 United States Rick Mears United States Rick Mears United States Team Penske 3:25:39
8 AirCal 500 United States Kevin Cogan United States Rick Mears United States Team Penske 2:42:14
9 Road America 200 United States Rick Mears Mexico Héctor Rebaque United States Forsythe Racing 1:49:56
10 Detroit News Grand Prix United States Rick Mears United States Bobby Rahal United States Truesports 1:04:03
11 Miller High Life 150 United States Rick Mears United States Tom Sneva United States Bignotti-Cotter Racing 1:21:05

Mario Andretti was credited with winning the pole position for the Norton-Michigan 500, although he started 33rd due to a pre-race practice accident. Rick Mears started on the pole and both he and Andretti were credited with pole positions.

  Non-championship event

Final points standings

Pos Driver PHX
United States
ATL
United States
MIL
United States
CLE
United States
MIC
United States
MIL
United States
POC
United States
RIV
United States
ROA
United States
MIC
United States
PHX
United States
Pts
1 United States Rick Mears 1* 1* 3 4 15* 12* 1* 1* 5 25 2 294
2 United States Bobby Rahal  RY  18 20 1 3 2 3 15 3* 1* 5 242
3 United States Mario Andretti 2 11 9 2 2 3 14 23 14 2 3 188
4 United States Gordon Johncock 5 2 1* 5 1 11 6 26 22 15 23 186
5 United States Tom Sneva 7 17 4 20 32 1 19 2 9 19 1* 144
6 United States Kevin Cogan 3 18 5 10* 14 5 2 10 25 22 4 136
7 United States Al Unser 21 8 17 3 4 DNQ 23 17 2 18 125
8 Australia Geoff Brabham 15 15 7 6 7 10 4 28 15 3 20 110
9 United States Roger Mears 8 4 22 21 17 14 9 4 8 8 7 103
10 United States Tony Bettenhausen, Jr. 12 19 12 10 20 5 18 7 4 6 80
11 United States Bill Alsup 11 5 16 12 13 9 13 8 16 6 8 70
12 United States Johnny Rutherford 4 15 23 28 17 12 3 12 DNS 21 62
13 United States Howdy Holmes 16 10 16 12 4 27 16 10 5 10 56
14 Mexico Josele Garza 13 16 8 14 22 8 15 13 4 9 18 56
15 Mexico Héctor Rebaque  R  13 DNS 18 25 DNP 20 1 48
16 United States Gary Bettenhausen 6 13 8 DNQ 20 17 9 48
17 United States Pancho Carter 6 10 13 19 18 6 28 19 11 12 11 47
18 United States Johnny Parsons, Jr. 6 9 16 7 25 DNS 41
19 United States Mike Mosley 8 7 16 7 12 37
20 United States Tom Bigelow 18 DNQ 5 22 25 20 32
21 United States Al Unser, Jr.  R  5 30
22 United States Danny Sullivan  R  3 21 DNP 28
23 United States Phil Krueger DNQ 12 DNQ 30 11 6 11 17 27
24 United States Greg Leffler DNQ DNQ 21 6 13 24 13 27
25 United States Dick Simon DNQ DNP 19 17 21 15 22 7 DNQ 13 19 26
26 United States Herm Johnson 19 6 23 13 34 16 22 17 24
27 United States Jim Hickman  R  7 DNQ 24 9 DNQ 24
28 United States A. J. Foyt 2 22 20 20 23 22
29 United States Bill Tempero DNQ 8 19 14 18 DNQ 22
30 Australia Vern Schuppan 7 27 24 18
31 United States Jerry Karl 15 24 18 10 12 17
32 United States Mike Chandler 9 16 13
33 United States Scott Brayton 14 14 DNP 11 24 10 11
34 United States Chip Ganassi  R  22 DNP 11 31 17 16 10
35 United States Gordon Smiley 9 8
36 United States Chris Kneifel  R  11 23 6
37 United States Chip Mead 9 DNQ 4
38 United States Hurley Haywood 10 DNQ 3
39 United States Jim McElreath DNQ 18 DNQ 3
40 United States George Snider 19 21 3
41 United States Bill Vukovich, Jr. 11 29 2
42 United States Patrick Bedard 14 29 2
43 United States Pete Halsmer  R  24 19 24 2
44 United States Jerry Sneva 14 DNQ 1
45 Canada Jacques Villeneuve  R  14 1
46 United States Chet Fillip  R  15 1
47 United States Dick Ferguson 17 DNP 21 21 22 1
48 Australia Dennis Firestone 20 1
49 United States John Paul, Jr.  R  21 0
50 United States Spike Gehlhausen DNQ 23 30 0
51 Republic of Ireland Derek Daly  R  25 0
52 United States Al Loquasto DNQ 26 0
53 United States Don Whittington, Jr. 26 0
54 United States Ken Hamilton  R  27 0
55 United States Tom Frantz DNQ 33 DNP DNQ 0
- United States Rich Vogler DNP DNS 0
- United States Bill Whittington DNS 0
- United States Richard Hubbard DNP DNQ DNQ 0
- United States Bob Frey DNQ DNQ 0
- United States Joe Saldana DNQ DNQ 0
- United States Rick DeLorto DNQ DNQ 0
- United States Phil Caliva DNQ DNQ 0
- United States Bob Brutto DNQ 0
- United States Steve Chassey DNQ 0
- United States Ray Lipper DNQ 0
- United States Bobby Olivero DNQ 0
- United States Leroy Van Conett DNQ 0
- United States Tod Tuttle DNQ 0
- United States Danny Ongais DNP 0
- United States Bob Harkey DNP 0
- United States John Morton DNP 0
- United States John Raecker DNP 0
Pos Driver PHX
United States
ATL
United States
MIL
United States
CLE
United States
MIC
United States
MIL
United States
POC
United States
RIV
United States
ROA
United States
MIC
United States
PHX
United States
Pts
Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green 4th & 5th place
Light Blue 6th-10th place
Dark Blue Finished
(Outside Top 10)
Purple Did not finish
(Ret)
Red Did not qualify
(DNQ)
Brown Withdrawn
(Wth)
Black Disqualified
(DSQ)
White Did not start
(DNS)
Blank Did not
participate
(DNP)
Not competing
In-line notation
Bold Pole position
Italics Ran fastest race lap
* Led most race laps
 RY  Rookie of the Year
 R  Rookie

References

  • Åberg, Andreas. "PPG Indy Car World Series 1982". Driver Database. Retrieved 2009-05-19.
  • "1982 PPG Indy Car World Series". Champ Car Stats. Retrieved 2009-05-19.
  • "Standings after Phoenix". Champ Car World Series. Archived from the original on 22 October 2008. Retrieved 2009-05-19.
  • http://media.indycar.com/pdf/2011/IICS_2011_Historical_Record_Book_INT6.pdf (p. 198-199)

See also

This page was last edited on 30 July 2018, at 05:46
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