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6 Hours of Imola

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6 Hours of Imola
Imola 2009.svg
Le Mans Series
VenueAutodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
First race1954
First LMS race2011
Duration6 hours
Most wins (driver)Jacky Ickx (5)
Most wins (team)JW Automotive (4)
Team Peugeot Total (4)
Porsche factory (4)
Most wins (manufacturer)Ferrari (10)

The 6 Hours of Imola (Italian: 6 Ore di Imola) is an endurance race for sports cars held at Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, Italy.

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Year Overall Winner(s) Entrant Car Distance/Duration Race Title Championship Report
1954 Italy Umberto Maglioli Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 500 Mondial 250 km (160 mi) Gran Premio dell'Autodromo di Imola Non-championship report
1955 Italy Cesare Perdisa Italy Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati A6GCS 250 km (160 mi) Golden Shell Race Non-championship report
1956 Italy Eugenio Castellotti Italy Osca Osca MT4 1500 250 km (160 mi) Gran Premio Shell d'Imola Non-championship report
1957–1963: Not held
1964 Italy Franco Patria Abarth-Simca 2000 60 km (37 mi) Coppa Gran Turismo - Trofeo Shell Non-championship report
1965 Italy Herbert Demetz Italy Abarth Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero 3 hours Gran Premio Shell World Sportscar Championship report
1966–1967: Not held
1968 Italy Nino Vaccarella
Italy Teodoro Zeccoli
Italy Autodelta Alfa Romeo T33/2 500 km (310 mi) 500 km di Imola Non-championship report
1969 Belgium Jacky Ickx United Kingdom J.W. Automotive Engineering Mirage M3/300-Ford 500 km (310 mi) 500 km di Imola Campionato Italiano Sport report
1970 United Kingdom Brian Redman United Kingdom J.W. Automotive Engineering Porsche 917K 500 km (310 mi) 500 km di Imola Campionato Italiano Sport report
1971 Austria Helmut Marko Germany K. V. Wendt Lola T212-Ford 1 hour, 30 minutes Coppa di AC Bologna European 2-Litre Championship
Campionato Italiano Sport
1972 Italy Arturo Merzario Italy Ferarri SEFAC Ferrari 312PB 500 km (310 mi) 500 km di Imola Campionato Italiano Sport report
1973 United Kingdom Chris Craft United Kingdom Crowne Racing Lola T292-Ford 500 km (310 mi) Trofeo Benellé European 2-Litre Championship report
1974 France Gérard Larrousse
France Henri Pescarolo
France Equipe Gitanes Matra-Simca MS670C 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000 km Imola World Sportscar Championship
Campionato Italiano Sport
1975: Not held
1976 Germany Jochen Mass
Belgium Jacky Ickx
Germany Martini Racing Porsche 936 500 km (310 mi) Trofeo Ignazio Giunti World Sportscar Championship (Group 6)
Italian Group 6 Championship
1977 Italy Vittorio Brambilla Italy Autodelta SpA Alfa Romeo T33/SC/12 250 km (160 mi) 250 km Imola World Sportscar Championship (Group 6)
Italian Group 6 Championship
1978–1982: Not held
1983 Italy Teo Fabi
Germany Hans Heyer
Italy Martini Racing Lancia LC2 6 hours 1000 Kilometres di Imola European Endurance Championship report
1984 Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck
Germany Stefan Bellof
Switzerland Brun Motorsport Porsche 956B 1,000 km (620 mi) 1000 Kilometres di Imola World Sportscar Championship
Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft
1985–2010: Not held
2011 United Kingdom Anthony Davidson
France Sébastien Bourdais
France Peugeot Sport Total Peugeot 908 6 hours 6 Hours of Imola Le Mans Series
Intercontinental Le Mans Cup
2012: Not held
2013 France Pierre Thiriet
Switzerland Mathias Beche
France Thiriet by TDS Racing Oreca 03 3 hours 3 Hours of Imola European Le Mans Series report
2014 United Kingdom Simon Dolan
United Kingdom Harry Tincknell
Portugal Filipe Albuquerque
United Kingdom Jota Sport Zytek Z11SN 4 hours 4 Hours of Imola European Le Mans Series report
2015 France Pierre Thiriet
France Ludovic Badey
France Tristan Gommendy
France Thiriet by TDS Racing Oreca 05 4 hours 4 Hours of Imola European Le Mans Series report
2016 Switzerland Mathias Beche
Japan Ryō Hirakawa
France Pierre Thiriet
France Thiriet by TDS Racing Oreca 05 4 hours 4 Hours of Imola European Le Mans Series report

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