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1990–91 USAC Championship Car season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1990–91 USAC Championship Car season
USAC Gold Crown Championship
Indy500winningcar1991.JPG
Season
Races 1
Start date May 26, 1991
End date May 26, 1991
Awards
National champion United States Rick Mears
Indianapolis 500 winner United States Rick Mears

The 1990–91 USAC Gold Crown Championship season consisted of one race, the 75th Indianapolis 500 on May 26, 1991. The USAC National Champion and Indianapolis 500 winner was Rick Mears.

The schedule was based on a split-calendar, beginning in June 1990 and running through May 1991. Since USAC had dropped out of sanctioning Indy car races outside the Indy 500, the Gold Crown Championship consisted of only one event. The preeminent national championship season was instead sanctioned by CART.

Schedule and results

Rnd Date Race Name Length Track Location Type Pole Position Winning Driver
1 May 26, 1991 United States Indianapolis 500-Mile Race 500 mi (800 km) Indianapolis Motor Speedway Speedway, Indiana Paved United States Rick Mears United States Rick Mears

Final points standings

(key)

Pos Driver INDY
United States
Pts
1 United States Rick Mears 1 1000
2 United States Michael Andretti 2 800
3 Netherlands Arie Luyendyk 3 700
4 United States Al Unser, Jr. 4 600
5 United States John Andretti 5 500
6 United States Gordon Johncock 6 400
7 United States Mario Andretti 7 300
8 United States Stan Fox 8 250
9 United States Tony Bettenhausen, Jr. 9 200
10 United States Danny Sullivan 10 150
11 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 11 100
12 United States Scott Pruett 12 50
13 United States Dominic Dobson 13 25
14 United States Randy Lewis 14 25
15 United States Jeff Andretti 15 25
16 Japan Hiro Matsushita 16 25
17 United States Scott Brayton 17 20
18 Mexico Bernard Jourdain 18 20
19 United States Bobby Rahal 19 20
20 Australia Geoff Brabham 20 20
21 United States Pancho Carter 21 15
22 United States Gary Bettenhausen 22 15
23 Finland Tero Palmroth 23 15
24 United States Mike Groff 24 15
25 United States John Paul, Jr. 25 10
26 United Kingdom Jim Crawford 26 10
27 Canada Scott Goodyear 27 10
28 United States A. J. Foyt 28 10
29 United States Kevin Cogan 28 5
30 Colombia Roberto Guerrero 30 5
31 United States Eddie Cheever, Jr. 31 5
32 United States Willy T. Ribbs 32 5
33 United States Buddy Lazier 33 5
Source:[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "USAC Gold Crown Series standings for 1991". Racing-Reference. Retrieved November 23, 2015.
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