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Event: Coupe de DijonDate: 21.5.1989
Track: Circuit des Dijon-Prenois (France), 3.797 kmsOrganiser: unknown

World Sports Prototype Championship Dijon

Weather:sunny, hot, dry
Start time:unknown
Grid:2-2-2, rolling start
Distance:480 kilometres
Attendance:15000
Entered:43
Practiced:42
Qualified:37
Started:36
Finished:25
Classified:25
Classes:PractStartClass
Group C1252519
Group C213105
IMSA GTP111
Winners:
Overall:7Porsche 962 CWollek / Jelinski
Group C2:101Spice SE89C FordAdams / Velez
IMSA GTP:201Mazda 767BDieudonné / Kennedy
Fastest Laps:
Overall:61Sauber-Mercedes C9/88Mauro Baldi (I)1:11.739190.691 km/h
Group C2:101Spice SE89C FordFermin Velez (E)1:15.324
IMSA GTP:201Mazda 767BDavid Kennedy (IRL)1:15.327
Pole Positions:
Overall:62Sauber-Mercedes C9/88Schlesser / Mass1:07.275203.340 km/h
Group C2:101Spice SE89C FordAdams / Velez1:12.997
IMSA GTP:201Mazda 767BDieudonné / Kennedy1:10.716
Notes of interest:
Top makes by numbers:Porsche (13), Spice (10), Sauber (2), Tiga (2), Jaguar (2)
Top engines by numbers:Porsche (14), Ford (12), Mercedes (2), Jaguar (2)
Top car types by numbers:Porsche 962 (13), Spice SE88C (4), Spice SE89C (3)
Driver nationalities:GB (18), F (16), I (9), D (5), CH (4), A (3), B (2), DK (2), E (2), RA (2), ZA (2)
Team nationalities:GB (12), CH (5), D (5), F (5), I (3), J (3), CH/D (2)
Most used colours:white (36%), blue (19%), red (18%), yellow (12%), silver (5%)
Engine positions:mid-engined (100%)
Average engine size:3476 cc (with regard to 55% turbocharged cars and 2% cars with rotary engine an applicable size is 4324 cc)
Oldest known drivers:Claude Ballot-Léna (53), Brian Redman (52), Derek Bell (48)
Youngest known drivers:Mark Blundell (23), George Fouché (24), Jari Nurminen (28)

Official Race Programme:

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