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1995 IMSA GT Championship

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1995 IMSA GT Championship
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The 1995 Exxon World Sports Car Championship and Supreme GT Series seasons were the 25th season of the IMSA GT Championship. It consisted of open-cockpit prototypes referred to as the World Sports Car (WSC) class and Grand Tourer-style racing cars divided into GTS-1 and GTS-2 classes. It began February 4, 1995, and ended October 8, 1995, after eleven rounds.

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Schedule

Most races on the schedule had all three classes running together, while shorter events saw the classes separated into separate events of varying length. Races marked with All had all classes on track at the same time for the whole race.

Rnd Race Length Class Circuit Date
1 Rolex 24 at Daytona 24 Hours All Daytona International Speedway February 4
February 5
2 Exxon MasterCard 12 Hours of Sebring 12 Hours All Sebring International Raceway March 18
3 Rain-X/Motorola Grand Prix of Atlanta 3 Hours All Road Atlanta April 30
4 Moosehead Grand Prix 3 Hours All CFB Shearwater May 21
5 The Dodge Dealers Grand Prix of Lime Rock 1 Hour GTS Lime Rock Park May 29
1 Hour 45 Minutes WSC
6 The Glen Continental 3 Hours All Watkins Glen International June 24
7 Apple Computer Inc. California Grand Prix 1 Hour GTS-2 Sears Point Raceway July 16
1 Hour 45 Minutes WSC/GTS-1
8 Chrysler Mosport 500 3 Hours All Mosport International Raceway August 13
9 Seitel Texas World Grand Prix 3 Hours All Texas World Speedway September 10
10 Exxon World Sports Car Championships 1 Hour GTS-2 Phoenix International Raceway September 30
2 Hours WSC/GTS-1
11 Acxiom Grand Prix du Mardi Gras 1 Hour GTS-2 New Orleans street course October 8
1 Hour 45 Minutes WSC/GTS-1

Season results

Rnd Circuit WSC Winning Team GTS-1 Winning Team GTS-2 Winning Team Results
WSC Winning Drivers GTS-1 Winning Drivers GTS-2 Winning Drivers
1 Daytona United States #2 Brix Racing United States #70 Roush Racing Switzerland #54 Stadler Motorsport Results
Canada Jeremy Dale
Canada Jay Cochran
Sweden Fredrik Ekblom
United States Tommy Kendall
United States Paul Newman
United States Mike Brockman
United States Mark Martin
Switzerland Enzo Calderari
Switzerland Lilian Bryner
Germany Ulli Richter
Italy Renato Mastropietro
2 Sebring United States #3 Scandia Motorsports United States #75 Cunningham Racing United States #26 Alex Job Racing Results
United States Andy Evans
Spain Fermín Vélez
Belgium Eric van de Poele
United States Johnny O'Connell
United States John Morton
New Zealand Steve Millen
United States Bill Auberlen
United States Charles Slater
United States Joe Cogbill
3 Road Atlanta United States #16 Dyson Racing United States #4 Brix Racing Peru #04 Juan Dibos Results
United States Butch Leitzinger United States Irv Hoerr Peru Eduardo Dibos
4 Halifax United States #3 Scandia Racing Team United States #75 Cunningham Racing Costa Rica #55 Jorge Trejos Results
Spain Fermín Vélez
Italy Mauro Baldi
United States Johnny O'Connell Costa Rica Jorge Trejos
United States Danny Aase
5 Lime Rock Italy #30 Momo United States #5 Brix Racing United States #19 Bill Auberlen Results
South Africa Wayne Taylor United States Darin Brassfield United States Bill Auberlen
6 Watkins Glen United States #16 Dyson Racing United States #4 Brix Racing United States #99 Schumacher Racing Results
United States Butch Leitzinger
United Kingdom James Weaver
United States Irv Hoerr United States Larry Schumacher
United States Andy Pilgrim
7 Sears Point United States #16 Dyson Racing United States #75 Cunningham Racing United States #63 The Racer's Group Results
United Kingdom James Weaver United States Johnny O'Connell United States Kevin Buckler
8 Mosport United States #16 Dyson Racing United States #47 Charles Morgan Costa Rica #55 Jorge Trejos Results
United Kingdom James Weaver
United Kingdom Andy Wallace
United States Charles Morgan
United States Rob Morgan
Costa Rica Jorge Trejos
United States Joe Varde
9 Texas Italy #30 Momo United States #4 Brix Racing United States #19 Bill Auberlen Results
South Africa Wayne Taylor United States Irv Hoerr United States Bill Auberlen
10 Phoenix United States #3 Scandia Racing Team United States #4 Brix Racing United States #19 Bill Auberlen Results
Spain Fermín Vélez United States Irv Hoerr United States Bill Auberlen
11 New Orleans United States #16 Dyson Racing United States #4 Brix Racing United States #26 Alex Job Racing Results
United Kingdom James Weaver United States Irv Hoerr United States Bill Auberlen

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

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