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2004 Speed World Challenge

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2004 Speed World Challenge
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The 2004 Speed World Challenge season was the fifteenth season of the Sports Car Club of America's World Challenge series. The series' title sponsor was television network Speed Channel, who broadcast all the races. Championships were awarded for grand touring and touring cars. The season began on March 19 and ran for ten rounds. Tommy Archer and Audi won the championships in GT, and Bill Auberlen and BMW won in Touring Car.[1] The season marked the first wins for the Cadillac brand, a step up for General Motors after three of its brands declined in the nineties.

Schedule

Rnd Date Circuit Supporting Distance GT Winning Car TC Winning Car
GT TC GT Winning Driver TC Winning Driver
1 1 March 19 Sebring International Raceway, Sebring, Florida American Le Mans Series
(12 Hours of Sebring)
63 mi (101 km) (TC)
74 mi (119 km) (GT)
Cadillac CTS-V BMW 325i
Italy Max Angelelli United States Bill Auberlen
2 2 May 31 Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, Connecticut Stand-alone event 66 mi (106 km) (TC)
70 mi (110 km) (GT)
Audi RS6 BMW 325i
United States Randy Pobst United States Bill Auberlen
3 3 June 26 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio American Le Mans Series
(American Le Mans at Mid-Ohio)
60 mi (97 km) (TC)
54 mi (87 km) (GT)
Audi RS6 Acura TSX
United States Michael Galati United States Matt Plumb
4 4 July 17 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, California American Le Mans Series
(Grand Prix of Sonoma)
58 mi (93 km) (TC)
63 mi (101 km) (GT)
Porsche 911 Cup BMW 325i
Germany Wolf Henzler United States Bill Auberlen
5 July 18 58 mi (93 km) (TC) did not participate BMW 325Ci
Sweden Niclas Jönsson
5 6 July 24 Portland International Raceway, Portland, Oregon American Le Mans Series
(Portland Grand Prix)
58 mi (93 km) (TC)
60 mi (97 km) (GT)
Dodge Viper Competition Coupe Acura TSX
United States Tommy Archer Brazil Pierre Kleinubing
6 August 7 Mosport International Raceway, Bowmanville, Ontario American Le Mans Series
(Grand Prix of Mosport)
74 mi (119 km) (GT) Audi RS6 did not participate
United States Michael Galati
7 7 August 8 69 mi (111 km) (TC)
74 mi (119 km) (GT)
Cadillac CTS-V Acura TSX
Canada Ron Fellows United States Matt Plumb
8 8 August 22
August 21
Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin American Le Mans Series
(Road America 500)
69 mi (111 km) (TC)
73 mi (117 km) (GT)
Audi RS6 Nissan Sentra SE-R
United States Michael Galati United States Peter Cunningham
9 9 September 24 Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia American Le Mans Series
(Petit Le Mans)
69 mi (111 km) (TC)
74 mi (119 km) (GT)
Cadillac CTS-V Acura TSX
Italy Max Angelelli Brazil Pierre Kleinubing
10 10 October 17 Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey, California American Le Mans Series
(Monterey Sports Car Championships)
58 mi (93 km) (TC)
63 mi (101 km) (GT)
Porsche 911 Cup Mazda 6
Germany Wolf Henzler United States Jeff Altenburg
[2]

References

  • "2004 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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