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6 Hours of Donington

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6 Hours of Donington
Donington as of 2006.svg
European Le Mans Series
VenueDonington Park
First race1989
First ELMS race2006
Duration6 hours
Most wins (driver)Jean-Louis Schlesser (3)
Mauro Baldi (3)
Emmanuel Collard (3)
Most wins (team)Team Sauber Mercedes (2)
JB-Giesse Team Ferrari (2)
Most wins (manufacturer)Sauber-Mercedes (2)
Ferrari (2)

The 6 Hours of Donington is a sports car race held at Donington Park in the United Kingdom. The event has been held sporadically since 1989.

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Year Overall winner(s) Entrant Car Distance/Duration Race Title Series Report
1989 France Jean-Louis Schlesser
Germany Jochen Mass
Germany Team Sauber Mercedes Sauber Mercedes C9 480 km (300 mi) Wheatcroft Gold Cup World Sportscar Championship report
1990 France Jean-Louis Schlesser
Italy Mauro Baldi
Germany Team Sauber Mercedes Mercedes-Benz C11 480 km (300 mi) Shell Donington Trophy World Sportscar Championship report
1991 Not held
1992 Italy Mauro Baldi
France Philippe Alliot
France Peugeot Talbot Sport Peugeot 905 Evo 1 Bis 500 km (310 mi) Triton Showers Trophy World Sportscar Championship report
Not held
1997 Sweden Stefan Johansson
Italy Pierluigi Martini
Germany Joest Racing TWR-Joest Porsche WSC95 2 hours Donington 2 Hours International Sports Racing Series report
1998 Italy Vincenzo Sospiri
France Emmanuel Collard
France JB-Giesse Team Ferrari Ferrari 333 SP 2 hours, 30 minutes RAC Tourist Trophy International Sports Racing Series report
1999 France Jean-Marc Gounon
France Éric Bernard
France DAMS Team Lola B98/10-Judd 2 hours, 30 minutes The Very Fast Show Sports Racing World Cup report
2000 Italy Christian Pescatori
France David Terrien
France JB-Giesse Team Ferrari Ferrari 333 SP 2 hours, 30 minutes Sportsracing World Cup Donington Sports Racing World Cup report
2001 Denmark Tom Kristensen
Italy Rinaldo Capello
Germany Audi Sport Team Joest Audi R8 2 hours, 45 minutes ELMS Race at Donington Park European Le Mans Series report
United Kingdom Ben Collins
South Africa Werner Lupberger
United Kingdom Team Ascari Ascari A410-Judd 2 hours, 30 minutes August Bank Holiday Donington Park FIA Sportscar Championship report
2002 Not held
2003 Netherlands Jan Lammers
Netherlands John Bosch
Netherlands Racing for Holland Dome S101-Judd 2 hours, 30 minutes FIA Sportscar Championship Donington Park FIA Sportscar Championship report
Not held
2006 France Emmanuel Collard
France Jean-Christophe Boullion
France Didier André
France Pescarolo Sport Pescarolo C60-Judd 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000 Kilometres of Donington Le Mans Series report
Not Held
2012 France Olivier Pla
France Dimitri Enjalbert
Belgium Bertrand Baguette
France OAK Racing Morgan LMP2-Nissan 6 Hours 6 Hours of Donington European Le Mans Series report

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