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2003 Speed World Challenge

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2003 Speed World Challenge
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The 2003 Speed World Challenge season was the fourteenth season of the Sports Car Club of America's World Challenge series. The series' title sponsor was television network Speed Channel, who televised all the races. Championships were awarded for grand touring and touring cars. It began on March 14 and ran for ten rounds. Randy Pobst and Audi won the championships in GT, and Bill Auberlen and BMW won in Touring Car.[1] The series would head to Puerto Rico for 2003, their first race outside of North America (i.e. the United States and Canada) since 1991 when they went to Mexico.

Schedule

Rnd Date Circuit Supporting Distance GT Winning Car TC Winning Car
GT TC GT Winning Driver TC Winning Driver
1 1 March 14 United StatesSebring International Raceway, Sebring, Florida American Le Mans Series
(12 Hours of Sebring)
63 mi (101 km) (TC)
67 mi (108 km) (GT)
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 BMW 325i
United States Phil McClure United States Bill Auberlen
2 2 May 17
May 18
Canada Mosport International Raceway, Bowmanville, Ontario Stand-alone event (with Trans-Am Series) 69 mi (111 km) (TC)
73 mi (117 km) (GT)
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Acura RSX Type-S
United States Phil McClure Brazil Pierre Kleinubing
3 May 24 United States Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, Connecticut Stand-alone event (with Trans-Am Series) 64 mi (103 km) (GT) BMW M3 did not participate
United States Bill Auberlen
4 3 May 26 58 mi (93 km) (TC)
61 mi (98 km) (GT)
BMW M3 Acura RSX Type-S
United States Bill Auberlen Brazil Pierre Kleinubing
5 4 June 29
June 28
United States Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia American Le Mans Series
(Grand Prix of Atlanta)
64 mi (103 km) (TC)
69 mi (111 km) (GT)
Porsche 911 Cup BMW 325i
United States Mike Fitzgerald United States Bill Auberlen
6 7 July 27 United States Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, California American Le Mans Series
(Grand Prix of Sonoma)
58 mi (93 km) (TC)
63 mi (101 km) (GT)
BMW M3 BMW 325i
United States Bill Auberlen United States Bill Auberlen
7 August 3 United States Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin Champ Car World Series
(Mario Andretti Grand Prix)
73 mi (117 km) (GT) Porsche 911 Cup did not participate
United States Mike Fitzgerald
6 August 10 United States Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio Champ Car World Series
(Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio)
59 mi (95 km) (TC) did not participate Acura RSX Type-S
United States Bob Endicott
7 August 23 United StatesRoad America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin American Le Mans Series
(Road America 500)
69 mi (111 km) (TC) did not participate Nissan Sentra SE-R
United States Peter Cunningham
8 8 September 8
September 7
United StatesMazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey, California American Le Mans Series
(Monterey Sports Car Championships)
58 mi (93 km) (TC)
63 mi (101 km) (GT)
Dodge Viper Mazda Protege ES
United States Paul Mumford United States Jeff Altenburg
9 9 October 17 United States Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia American Le Mans Series
(Petit Le Mans)
64 mi (103 km) (TC)
69 mi (111 km) (GT)
Audi RS6 Acura RSX Type-S
United States Randy Pobst Brazil Pierre Kleinubing
10 10 October 26 Puerto Rico Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico Stand-alone event (with Trans-Am Series) 50 mi (80 km) (TC)
58 mi (93 km) (GT)
Audi RS6 BMW 325i
United States Randy Pobst United States Bill Auberlen
[2]

References

  • "2003 SCCA World Challenge Box Scores" (PDF). Sports Car Club of America. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 27 September 2011.
  1. ^ Box scores, p. 21–25
  2. ^ Box scores, p. 1–20
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