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4 Hours of Estoril

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4 Horas do Estoril
Estoril track map.svg
European Le Mans Series
VenueAutódromo do Estoril
First race1977
First ELMS race2014
Last race2016
Duration4 hours
Most wins (driver)Jean-Christophe Boullion (2)
Most wins (team)Pescarolo Sport (3)
Most wins (manufacturer)Courage (2)

The 4 Hours of Estoril was a sports car endurance race held at the Autódromo do Estoril in Estoril, on the Portuguese Riviera. The race was first held in 1977 as a round of the World Sportscar Championship. It was revived in 2001 for the European Le Mans Series as a 6-hour race, and continued until 2003 under the FIA Sportscar Championship. Between 2014 and 2016, the race was a part of the European Le Mans Series, in the format of 4 hours.

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Results

Year Overall Winner(s) Entrant Car Distance/Duration Race Title Series Report
1977 Italy Arturo Merzario Italy Autodelta Alfa Romeo T33/SC/12 2 hours, 30 minutes Prémio International da Costa do Sol World Sportscar Championship (Group 6) report
1978-2000: Not held
2001 France Jean-Christophe Boullion
France Laurent Rédon
France Boris Derichebourg
France Pescarolo Sport Courage C60-Peugeot 1,000 km (620 mi) Estoril 1000 Kilometres European Le Mans Series report
2002 Monaco Olivier Beretta
France Nicolas Minassian
France Team Oreca Dallara LMP-Judd 2 hours, 30 minutes FIA Sportscar Championship Estoril FIA Sportscar Championship report
2003 France Jean-Christophe Boullion
France Stéphane Sarrazin
France Pescarolo Sport Courage C60 EVO-Peugeot 2 hours, 30 minutes FIA Sportscar Championship Estoril FIA Sportscar Championship report
2004-2010: Not held
2011 France Emmanuel Collard
France Julien Jousse
France Pescarolo Team Pescarolo 01 Evo-Judd 6 hours 6 Hours of Estoril Le Mans Series report
2012-2013: Not held
2014 France Vincent Capillaire
Sweden Jimmy Eriksson
France Sébastien Loeb Racing Oreca 03 Nissan VK45DE 4.5 L V8 4 hours 4 Hours of Estoril European Le Mans Series report
2015 France Pierre Thiriet
France Ludovic Badey
France Nicolas Lapierre
France Thiriet by TDS Racing Oreca 05 Nissan VK45DE 4.5 L V8 4 hours 4 Hours of Estoril European Le Mans Series report
2016 United Kingdom Simon Dolan
Netherlands Giedo van der Garde
United Kingdom Harry Tincknell
Russia G-Drive Racing Gibson 015S Nissan VK45DE 4.5 L V8 4 hours 4 Hours of Estoril European Le Mans Series report

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