1987 Fuji InterTEC 500

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Japan 1987 Fuji InterTEC 500
Race details
Date15 November, 1987
LocationOyama, Japan
CourseFuji Speedway
4.440 kilometres (2.759 mi)
Laps 112
Pole position
Driver Germany Klaus Ludwig Ford Texaco Racing Team
Time 1:36.981
Podium
First Germany Klaus Ludwig
Germany Klaus Niedzwiedz
Ford Texaco Racing Team
Second United Kingdom Andy Rouse
Japan Naoki Nagasaka
Rousesport
Third Italy Emanuele Pirro
Italy Roberto Ravaglia
Schnitzer Motorsport
Fastest Lap
Driver Germany Klaus Ludwig Ford Texaco Racing Team
Time 1:39.249

The 1987 Fuji InterTEC 500 was the eleventh and final round of the inaugural World Touring Car Championship. The race was held for cars eligible for Group A touring car regulations. It was held on November 15, 1987, at the Fuji Speedway in Oyama, Japan.

Official results[edit]

[1] [2] [3] [4]

Pos Class No Team Drivers Car Laps Qual
Pos
Series
Points
1 3 6 Switzerland Eggenberger Motorsport Germany Klaus Ludwig
Germany Klaus Niedzwiedz
Ford Sierra RS500 112 1 40
2 3 10 United Kingdom Rousesport United Kingdom Andy Rouse
Japan Naoki Nagasaka
Ford Sierra RS500 112 3
3 2 46 Germany Schnitzer Motorsport Italy Roberto Ravaglia
Italy Emanuele Pirro
BMW M3 112 9 35
4 2 40 Germany Schnitzer Motorsport Germany Markus Oestreich
Austria Dieter Quester
Italy Roberto Ravaglia
BMW M3 112 14 27
5 3 7 Switzerland Eggenberger Motorsport United Kingdom Steve Soper
Belgium Pierre Dieudonné
Ford Sierra RS500 112 2 25
6 2 42 Italy CiBiEmme Venezuela Johnny Cecotto
Italy Gianfranco Brancatelli
BMW M3 110 15 20
7 2 43 Italy Bigazzi Spain Luis Pérez-Sala
France Olivier Grouillard
BMW M3 110 11 16
8 2 55 Japan AutoTech M3 United Kingdom Will Hoy
Japan Haruto Yanagida
BMW M3 110 20
9 3 37 Japan Minolta Supra TOM's United Kingdom Geoff Lees
Japan Kaoro Hoshino
Toyota Supra Turbo-A 109 4
10 3 5 Japan STP Mitsubishi Ralliart Japan Kunimitsu Takahashi
Japan Akihiko Nakaya
Mitsubishi Starion 109 10
11 3 28 Sweden Söderqvist Racing Services Team[5] Sweden Ulf Granberg
New Zealand Ian Tulloch
Volvo 240 Turbo 109
12 3 26 Japan ADVAN Skyline RS Turbo Japan Kenji Takahashi
Japan Takao Wada
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 109
13 1 116 Japan Mugen Motul Civic Japan Osamu Nakako
Japan Hideki Okada
Honda Civic 106
14 3 20 Japan AutoTech BMW 635 United Kingdom David Scott
Japan Takamasa Nakagawa
BMW 635 CSi 106
15 3 23 Japan Nismo Japan Kazuyoshi Hoshino
Sweden Anders Olofsson
Nissan Skyline GTS-R HR31 105 5
16 1 111 Japan Hisashi Yokoyama
Japan Hisatoyo Goto
Toyota Sprinter AE86 105
17 3 8 Switzerland Eggenberger Motorsport Germany Armin Hahne
Germany Bernd Schneider
Ford Sierra RS500 105 12 16
18 1 167 Japan Yamato Civic Japan Tsuguo Oba
Japan Katsuaki Sato
Honda Civic 105
19 1 107 Japan Minolta TOM'S Japan Masanori Sekiya
Japan Hitoshi Ogawa
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 104
20 1 118 Japan WedSport Civic Japan Takeo Asano
Japan Makoto Hagiwara
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 104
21 1 160 Japan Hiroyuki Noji
Japan Mutsuaki Sanada
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 103
22 1 168 Japan Yamato Civic Japan Ken Mizokawa
Japan Yoshimi Watanabe
Honda Civic 103
23 3 22 Japan Diesel Kiki P'Chiba Japan Kenji Tohiro
Japan Masao Kamioka
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 103
24 1 112 Japan Trampio Civic Japan Tomohiko Tsutsumi
Japan Kaoru Honda
Honda Civic 100
25 3 14 Japan Yasuo Ishimura
Japan Masahiro Kimoto
Holden Commodore VK Group A SS 100
26 1 170 Japan Team Gaikokuya Japan Yoshimi Ishibashi
Japan Hiroyasu Aoyagi
Japan Fumio Aiba
Toyota Sprinter AE86 98
27 1 100 Italy Scuderia Autolodi Corse S.r.l. Italy Daniele Toffoli
Belgium Alain Thibaut
Alfa Romeo 33 97 52 23
28 1 101 Japan Sports Car Club of Nissan Japan Yoshinari Takasugi
Japan Shinichi Katsura
Nissan Pulsar 96
29 1 106 Japan ADVAN・FET・TBS Sprinter Japan Tsutomu Sakurai
Japan Kenichi Okuyama
Toyota Sprinter AE86 85
30 1 121 Japan TOM'S Japan Kaori Okamoto
Japan Hideshi Matsuda
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 85
DNF 1 115 Japan EPSON Civic Japan Toshio Suzuki
Japan Koji Sato
Honda Civic 100
DNF 1 102 Japan COSMO OIL CIVIC Japan Keiichi Tsuchiya
Japan Yasuhiko Tanabe
Honda Civic 97
DNF 1 117 Japan ADVAN Japan トレドFX Japan Takahashi Abe
Japan Masakazu Hamana
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 96
DNF 1 122 Japan アラミス 900トムスカローラ Japan Morio Nitta
Japan Hideo Fukuyama
Toyota Sprinter AE86 95
DNF 3 36 Japan TOM's Sweden Eje Elgh
Italy Mauro Baldi
Toyota Supra Turbo-A 94 7
DNF 3 3 DUNLOP・ARJ・ROVER Japan Taku Akaike
United Kingdom Kenny Acheson
Rover Vitesse 80
DNF 1 128 Japan Wako's Japan Nobuko Koike
Japan Mitsutake Koma
Japan Susumu Tanno
Toyota Sprinter AE86 68
DNF 3 32 Japan Nismo Japan Masahiro Hasemi
Japan Aguri Suzuki
Nissan Skyline GTS-R HR31 63 6
DNF 3 16 Japan Leyton House Japan Hajime Kitano
Japan Masahiko Kageyama
Japan Ryoichi Oono
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 35
DNF 1 161 Japan フジメカカローラFX GT Japan Tatsuhiko Seki
Japan Masami Ishikawa
Japan Kazuhisa Shimura
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 33
DNF 3 24 Japan Diesel Kiki Skyline Japan Motoji Sekine
Japan Masami Miyoshi
Nissan Skyline RS DR30 29
DNF 1 125 Japan ADVAN COROLLA FX Japan Kazuo Mogi
Japan Tetsuya Ota
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 24
DNF 3 30 Japan Team Le Mans Sweden Robert Kvist
Sweden Per-Gunnar Andersson
Volvo 240 Turbo 20
DNF 1 109 Japan WedSport Corolla FX Japan Yuji Nihei
Japan Shinji Tsunashima
Toyota Corolla FX AE82 19
DNF 1 103 New Zealand Gullivers Ltd New Zealand Andrew Bagnall
New Zealand Mark Jennings
United Kingdom Chris Hodgetts
Toyota Sprinter AE86 17
DNF 1 185 Japan CABIN CIVIC Japan Yasuo Muramatsu
Japan Kazuo Shimizu
Honda Civic 10
DNS 2 47 Germany Schnitzer Motorsport Germany Markus Oestreich
Austria Dieter Quester
Italy Emanuele Pirro
BMW M3
DNS 1 99 Japan Keiichi Suzuki
JapanRyusaku Hitomi
Toyota Celica
DNS 3 15 Japan Mitsubishi Ralliart Australia Brad Jones
JapanSakae Obata
Mitsubishi Starion

Italics indicate driver practiced this car but did not race.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "www.touringcarracing.net". Archived from the original on 2009-06-17. Retrieved 2009-06-15.
  2. ^ Wilson, Stewart (1987). "World Touring Car Championship". Australian Motor Racing Year. Killara: Berghouse Publishing Group Pty. Ltd. 17: 184–186. ISSN 0158-4138.
  3. ^ Tuckey, Bill (1987). The Great Race. Hornsby: The Berghouse Floyd Tuckey Publishing Group Pty. Ltd. 7. ISSN 1031-6124.CS1 maint: untitled periodical (link)
  4. ^ http://www.jaf.or.jp/CGI/msports/results/n-race/detail-result.cgi?race_id=2042
  5. ^ Hyde, Anthony (February 2003). "Volvo 240 Turbo Group 'A' Racing Information". Archived from the original on 2009-06-17. Retrieved 2008-11-22.

Statistics[edit]

  • Pole Position - #7 Klaus Ludwig - 1:36.981
  • Fastest Lap - #7 Klaus Ludwig - 1:39.249

External links[edit]


World Touring Car Championship
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1987 Wellington 500
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2005 WTCC season