Mitsubishi Lancer

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 necessary cover all events ever held
but rather just major sports car events plus meetings selected by RSC.

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General figures:
Data covers years:1983, 1995, 1997, 1999-2011, 2015, 2019
Number of events:28 (including 1 race where did not start)
Total entries:49 (contains 31 finishes and 16 retirements, finishing ratio: 65%)
Photos in Gallery:6 (12% of all entries)
Achievements:
Wins:0Additional class wins5
Second place finishes:0Top 3 finishes0
Third place finishes:1Races finished on podium1
Best result (count):3rd (1x)Pole positions0
Notes of interest:
Most frequent drivers:Tomohiro Tomimasu (6), Yutaka Seki (6), Nobuo Komiya (5), Elmar Deegener (5), Tatsufumi Iwatsuki (4), Michimasa Okada (4), Yoshihiko Torii (4), Gary Furst (4), Bernd Schneider (3), Klaus Niedzwiedz (2), Toshiaki Koshimizu (2), Hideo Ogawa (2), Tsuguo Yagyuu (2), James Kaye (2), Haruo Yagyuu (2), Eiji Kouketsu (2), Kazuki Shimada (2), Jutta Kleinschmidt (2), Andy Barnes (2), Uwe Nittel (2), Jürgen Wohlfahrt (2), Helmut Dutz (2), Bruno Fechner (2), Karsten Quadder (2), Takao Matsui (2), Park Jung Yong (1)
Most frequent chassis:TR01/09 (1), JMBSMLI9A59U000559 (1)
Most frequent tracks:Suzuka (24), Nürburgring (13), Spa (2), Silverstone (2), Yas Marina (1), Snetterton (1), Interlagos (1), Donington (1), Curitiba (1), Castle Combe (1), Brno (1), Brands Hatch (1)
Most frequent countries:J (24), D (13), GB (6), BR (2), B (2), UAE (1), CS (1)

Chassis Numbers:

777 - Mitsubishi Lancer Turbo10 - Mitsubishi Lancer - Peter Förster