1986 1000 km of Nürburgring

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The 1986 ADAC Kouros 1000 km Nürburgring was the seventh round of the 1986 World Sports-Prototype Championship. It took place at the Nürburgring, West Germany on August 24, 1986.[1]

Report[edit]

Entry[edit]

For this round, a total of 41 entered for the race, however only 34 of these arrived in the Eifel mountains for the practice and qualifiying.[1]

Qualifying[edit]

Thierry Boutsen took pole position for Brun Motorsport, in their Porsche 956 he shared with the team’s owner, Walter Brun, averaging a speed of 117.102 mph.[2]

Race[edit]

Low cloud and rain fell on the circuit throughout the beginning of the race, causing a multitude of accidents and spins. Although the Sauber C8 generally lacked effective ground effects, it was reliable but off the pace of the Porsches and Jaguars, but the poor weather allowed Mike Thackwell to drive brilliantly on his Goodyear rain tyres to pass Hans-Joachim Stuck in the works Porsche 962C, leading the race on merit. However, a collision between the Argo-Zakspeed of Martin Schanche and the Tiga-Ford of Roy Baker, which required the deployment of the safety car on Lap 22. As the safety car was deployed however, low visibility and confusion over the state of the caution led to the two works Rothmans Porsches of Stuck and Jochen Mass colliding on the front stretch, heavily damaging both cars. Due to the amount of debris littering the track, the event was stopped for two hours.[3]

Believing the track to be unsafe in the continuing wet conditions, three Porsche teams chose to withdraw from the event. These included the three Brun cars, as well as the Joest and Kremer car. The race was restarted behind the pace car, but timing was on aggregate.[4]

At the restart, Thackwell kept control of the race, and although Derek Warwick’s Jaguar passed him as the circuit dried out, the British car later retired with a broken oil line. The remaining Porsche teams were unable to keep up with the Sauber or Jaguar. There was nothing, then to Henri Pescarolo from completing the shorten race distance giving Sauber its first-ever World Championship success. It also, marked the first victory by a Mercedes-Benz in the World Championship since the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans.[3][4]

The Sauber triumphed in a time of 3hr 42:30.020, averaging a speed of 92.626mph. Second place went to the Liqui Moly Equipe pairing of Klaus Niedzwiedz and Mauro Baldi aboard the Porsche 956 GTi, who was two laps adrift. The podium was completed by the Spanish partnership of Emilio de Villota and Fermín Vélez in their John Fitzpatrick Racing prepared Porsche 956.[5]

Classification[edit]

Official results[edit]

Please note that the result was declared after 121 laps (598.6 km), instead of the full race distance. Class winners in bold. Cars failing to complete 75% of the winner's distance marked as Not Classified (NC).

Pos Class No Team Drivers Chassis Tyre Laps
Engine
1 C1 61 Switzerland Kouros Racing Team France Henri Pescarolo
New Zealand Mike Thackwell
Sauber C8 G 121
Mercedes-Benz M117 5.0 L Turbo V8
2 C1 14 United Kingdom Liqui Moly Equipe West Germany Klaus Niedzwiedz
Italy Mauro Baldi
Porsche 956 GTi G 119
Porsche Type-935 2.8 L Turbo Flat-6
3 C1 33 Spain Danone Porsche España
United Kingdom John Fitzpatrick Racing
Spain Emilio de Villota
Spain Fermín Vélez
Porsche 956B G 119
Porsche Type-935 2.6 L Turbo Flat-6
4 C1 9 West Germany Obermaier Racing Team West Germany Jürgen Lässig
Italy Fulvio Ballabio
West Germany Harold Grohs
Porsche 956 G 115
Porsche Type-935 2.6 L Turbo Flat-6
5 C2 79 United Kingdom Ecurie Ecosse United Kingdom Ray Mallock
Belgium Marc Duez
Ecosse C286 A 115
Rover V64V 3.0 L V6
6 C2 74 West Germany Gebhardt Motorsport Austria Walter Lechner
Austria Ernst Franzmaier
Gebhardt JC853 A 112
Ford Cosworth DFL 3.3 L V8
7 C2 70 United Kingdom Spice Engineering United Kingdom Gordon Spice
United Kingdom Ray Bellm
Spice SE86C A 110
Ford Cosworth DFL 3.3 L V8
8 C2 75 United Kingdom ADA Engineering United Kingdom Evan Clements
United Kingdom Ian Harrower
Gebhardt JC843 A 107
Ford Cosworth DFL 3.3 L V8
9 C2 90 Denmark Jens Winther Denmark Denmark Jens Winther
Switzerland Angelo Pallavicini
URD C83 A 107
BMW M88 3.5 L I6
10 C1 66 United Kingdom Cosmic Racing Greece Costas Los
West Germany Volker Weidler
March 84G A 106
Porsche Type-935 2.6 L Turbo Flat-6
11 C1 20 United Kingdom Tiga Team United Kingdom Tim Lee-Davey
Australia Neil Crang
Tiga GC86 D 105
Ford Cosworth DFL 3.3 L Turbo V8
12 C2 95 France Roland Bassaler France Dominique Lacaud
France Roland Bassaler
Sauber SHS C6 A 101
BMW M88 3.5 L I6
13 C2 99 United Kingdom Roy Baker Promotions United Kingdom Duncan Bain
Denmark Thorkild Thyrring
Tiga GC286 A 99
Ford Cosworth BDT 1.7 L Turbo I4
14 C2 92 France Automobiles Louis Descartes France Louis Descartes
France Jacques Heuclin
France Hubert Striebig
ALD 02 A 98
BMW M88 3.5 L I6
15
DNF
C1 53 United Kingdom Silk Cut Jaguar Netherlands Jan Lammers
United Kingdom Derek Warwick
Italy Gianfranco Brancatelli
Jaguar XJR-6 D 92
Jaguar 6.5 L V12
16
DNF
B 151 West Germany MK Motorsport West Germany Helmut Gall
West Germany Harald Becker
West Germany Michael Krankenberg
BMW M1 D 68
BMW M88 3.5 L I6
17
DNF
C2 72 United Kingdom John Bartlett Racing with Goodman Sound United Kingdom David Mercer
Sweden Kenneth Leim
Bardon DB1  ? 60
Ford Cosworth DFL 3.3 L V8
18
DNF
C2 105 Italy Kelmar Racing Italy Pasquale Barberio
Italy Maurizio Gellini
Tiga GC85 A 59
Ford Cosworth DFL 3.3 L V8
19
DNF
C1 1 West Germany Rothmans Porsche West Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck
United Kingdom Derek Bell
Porsche 962C D 22
Porsche Type-935 3.0 L Turbo Flat-6
20
DNF
C1 7 West Germany Joest Racing West Germany "John Winter"
Denmark Kris Nissen
Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani
Porsche 956B G 22
Porsche Type-935 2.8 L Turbo Flat-6
21
DNF
C1 17 Switzerland Brun Motorsport Belgium Thierry Boutsen
Switzerland Walter Brun
Porsche 962C M 22
Porsche Type-935 2.8 L Turbo Flat-6
22
DNF
C1 2 West Germany Rothmans Porsche West Germany Jochen Mass
France Bob Wollek
Porsche 962C D 21
Porsche Type-935 3.0 L Turbo Flat-6
23
DNF
C1 10 West Germany Porsche Kremer Racing Italy Alessandro Nannini
United Kingdom James Weaver
Porsche 962C Y 21
Porsche Type-935 2.8 L Turbo Flat-6
24
DNF
C1 18 Switzerland Brun Motorsport Argentina Oscar Larrauri
Spain Jesús Pareja
Porsche 962C M 21
Porsche Type-935 2.8 L Turbo Flat-6
25
DNF
C1 19 Switzerland Brun Motorsport Sweden Stanley Dickens
West Germany Frank Jelinski
Porsche 956 M 21
Porsche Type-935 2.8 L Turbo Flat-6
26
DNF
C2 89 Norway Martin Schanche Racing Norway Martin Schanche
Norway Torgye Kleppe
Austria "Pierre Chauvet"
Argo JM19 G 19
Zakspeed 1.9 L Turbo I4
27
DNF
C2 98 United Kingdom Roy Baker Promotions Morocco Max Cohen-Olivar
United Kingdom David Andrews
Tiga GC286 A 16
Ford Cosworth BDT 1.7 L Turbo I4
28
DNF
GTP 21 United Kingdom Richard Cleare Racing United Kingdom Richard Cleare
United Kingdom David Leslie
March 85G G 11
Porsche Type-962 3.2 L Turbo Flat-6
29
DNF
C2 104 France Jean-Claude Ferrarin France Jean-Claude Ferrarin
France Philippe Mazué
Isolia 001  ? 9
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 L V8
30
DNF
C1 51 United Kingdom Silk Cut Jaguar France Jean-Louis Schlesser
United States Eddie Cheever
West Germany Hans Heyer
Jaguar XJR-6 D 6
Jaguar 6.5 L V12
31
DNF
C1 63 West Germany Ernst Schuster West Germany Ernst Schuster
West Germany Rudi Seher
West Germany Siegfried Brunn
Porsche 936C D 4
Porsche Type-962 2.8 L Turbo Flat-6
DNS C1 52 United Kingdom Silk Cut Jaguar Netherlands Jan Lammers
United Kingdom Derek Warwick
Jaguar XJR-6 D -
Jaguar 6.5 L V12
DNS GTP 174 West Germany Erwin Derichs West Germany Martin Wegenstetter
West Germany Kurt Hild
Derichs TCS  ? -
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 L V8

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References[edit]


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