Pau

(France)

Note: These statistics are based only on the results available in the RSC archive database.
They cannot be modified or updated on their own and do not cover all races ever held on the track
but rather just major sports car events plus meetings selected by RSC.

General figures:
Data covers years:1937, 1958, 1962, 1999, 2001-2003, 2005-2006, 2016-2019
Number of events:20
Total entries:441 (contains 265 finishers and 150 retirements, finishing ratio: 63%)
Photos in Gallery:121 (27% of all entries)
Winners:
Wins by drivers:Eric Cayrolle (2), François Jaeger (1), Paul Condrillier (1), Hermano da Silva Ramos (1), Thierry Depoix (1), Arnaud Peyroles (1), Iradj Alexander (1), Jean-Pierre Pla (1), Benjamin Lariche (1), Jean-Pierre Wimille (1), Jean-Claude Vidilles (1), Frédéric Puren (1), Michael Blanchemain (1), Gérard Larrousse (1), Olivier Gendebien (1), Gérard Laureau (1), Cyril Chateau (1), Boris Derichebourg (1), Nicolaj Moller Madsen (1), Robert Consani (1), Dominique Dupuy (1), Steeve Hiesse (1), Laurent Cazenave (1), Andreas Patzelt (1), Gilles Rousseau (1), Thierry Soave (1), Pierre Courroye (1), Marc Sourd (1), François Fiat (1), Gaël Lesoudier (1)
Wins by makes:Porsche (5), Chrysler (2), Ginetta (2), Venturi (1), Lister (1), Lamborghini (1), Ferrari (1), Dodge (1), DB (1), Bugatti (1), Audi (1), Alpine (1), Alfa Romeo (1)
Notes of interest:
Most frequent drivers:Eric Cayrolle (8), Jean-Claude Lagniez (7), Morgan Moullin-Traffort (6), Gérard Bleynie (6), François Fiat (6), Dominique Dupuy (6), Didier Moureu (6), Olivier Porta (6), Georges Cabanne (6), Jean-Claude Ruffier (5), Philippe Baudiniére (5), Jean-Marc Thévenot (5), Ricardo van der Ende (5), Patrice Goueslard (5), Frédéric Makowiecki (5), Anthony Beltoise (5), Marc Sourd (5), Maxime Bochet (5), Gaël Lesoudier (5), Philippe Soulan (4)
Most frequent makes:Porsche (178), BMW (33), Ferrari (31), Chrysler (25), Ginetta (24), Venturi (15), Lamborghini (13), Alpine (11), Audi (11), Delahaye (10), Alfa Romeo (10), Mercedes-AMG (8)
Most frequent chassis:BMW EKRIS M4GT4 CH1015 (3), JT164JA8000016290 (3), GTSR-C20 (3), WP0ZZZ99ZYS698054 (3), WP0ZZZ98ZGK199969 (3), WP0ZZZ99ZTS393095 (3), BMW-F82 M4GT4 CH1827 (3), GTSR-C18 (3), G50-LT-277 (2), WP0ZZZ98ZGK199939 (2), G50-LT-302 (2), ZA9EAGTROYLA12461 (2), ZFFZR49B000106404 (2), WP0ZZZ98ZGK199981 (2), AMG GT4 190 18 1004 (2), AMG GT4 190 18 1005 (2), WP0ZZZ98ZGK199767 (2), 16-30/67-S 1835 (2), WUAGT44S0J7940030 (2), MF02993001 (2), WP0ZZZ98ZGK199962 (2), GTSR-C41 (2), WP0ZZZ98ZGK199783 (2), WUAGT44S6J7940050 (2), AMRVANTAGEGT4-114 (2), WP0ZZZ99Z2S698106 (2), G50-LT-359 (2), WP0ZZZ99Z2S692080 (2), ZFFZR49B000108536 (2), G50-LT-325 (2)
Most frequent championships:FFSA GT (13), GT4 Euro (1), British GT (1)

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