C Sports Racer

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Steve Forrer racing to his CSR win at the 2013 SCCA National Championship Runoffs

C Sports Racer (CSR) now known as Prototpye 1 (P1) is a class in the Sports Car Club of America. it consists of open top prototype style cars. The maximum displacement is 1615cc, in a 2 valve crossflow engine, with a minimum weight of 1300lbs w/driver. Two cycle or 4 valve/4 cycle motors between 850cc and 1300cc are permitted with a minimum weight of 1200lbs. Supercharging and turbocharging are permitted within limits, and with a maximum displacement of 765cc. Some CSRs are Formula Atlantic or Formula SCCA cars converted by adding bodywork to the chassis.[1]

C Sports Racer at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs[edit]

Year Driver Car Engine
C Modified
1954 United States Jim Kimberly Ferrari 4.5
1955 United States Sherwood Johnston Ferrari/Jaguar D-Type
1956 United States Walt Hansgen Jaguar D-Type
1957 United States Walt Hansgen Jaguar D-Type
1958 United States Walt Hansgen Lister Jaguar
1959 United States Walt Hansgen Lister Jaguar
1960 United States Richard Thompson Chevrolet Corvette Chevrolet
1961 United States Peter Harrison Lister Chevrolet
1962 United States Harry Heuer Chaparral I Chevrolet
1963 United States Harry Heuer Chaparral I Chevrolet
1964 United States Ed Lowther Huffaker Genie Mk. 10 Ford
1965 United States Joe Starkey McLaren-Elva
C Sports Racer
1966 United States Ralph Salyer McKee Oldsmobile
1967 United States Jerry Hansen Lola Chevrolet
1968 United States Mario Whittington Lotus 23 Ford
1969 United States Dan Carmichael Lotus 23B Ford
1970 United States Dan Carmichael Lotus 23B Ford
1971 United States Tom Evans Gardner Alfa Romeo
1972 United States William Holbrook Royale Ford
1973 United States Eric Kerman Arachnid 3C Ford
1974 United States Samuel Gilliland Arachnid 3 Ford
1975 United States Jim Trueman Bobsy SR6 Ford
1976 United States Fred Stevenson Bobsy SR6 Ford
1977 United States Giuseppe Castellano Lola T498 Ford
1978 United States Jeffrey Miller Wynnfurst Lola
1979 United States Tom Foster Tiga Ford
1980 United States Fred Schilpin Lola T496 Ford
1981 United States Tom Foster Tiga SC81 Ford
1982 United States Terry McKenna Argo JM4 Ocelot Volkswagen
1983 United States Charles Billington Tracer TR2 Ford
1984 United States Tom Foster Tracer TR2 Ford
1985 United States Tom Foster Tracer TR2 Volkswagen
1986 United States Tom Foster Bease Decker 2
1987 United States Tom Foster Tracer TR2 Ford
1988 United States Tom Foster Tracer TR2 Ford
1989 United States Tom Foster Tracer TR2 Ford
1990 United States Charles Billington Tracer TR2 Ford
1991 United States Charles Billington Tracer TR2 Ford
1992 United States Charles Billington Tracer TR2 Ford
1993 United States Charles Billington Tracer TR2 Ford
1994 United States Greg Harrington Toyota
1995 United States Alexander Smith Pratt & Miller RM2
1996 United States Jeffrey Miller Wynnfurst
1997 United States Charles Billington Tracer TR2 Ford
1998 United States Ben Beasley Beasley B2
1999 United States Ben Beasley Beasley B2
2000 United States Alvin Beasley, Jr. Beasley B2
2001 United States Ben Beasley Beasley B7
2002 United States Ben Beasley Beasley B7
2003 United States John Mirro Ralt
2004 United States Tony Loniewski Swift Viking Toyota
2005 United States Arnstein Loyning Swift Viking Toyota
2006 United States Peter Hans Swift 014.a Toyota
2007 United States Peter Hans Swift 014.a Toyota
2008 United States J.R. Osborne Stohr WF1 Suzuki
2009 United States Matt Miller Élan DP02 Mazda
2010 United States Steve Forrer Ralt RT41 Toyota
2011 United States Steve Forrer Ralt RT41 Toyota
2012 United States Steve Forrer Ralt RT41 Toyota
2013 United States Lee Alexander Stohr WF1 Suzuki
Prototype 1
2014 United States Chris Farrell Stohr WF1 Suzuki
2015 United States Gianpaolo Ciancimino Stohr WF1 Suzuki
2016 United States James Devenport Norma M20 FC Honda
2017 United States Jonathan Eriksen Stohr WF1 Suzuki
2018 United States James Devenport Norma M20 FC Honda
2019 United States Todd Slusher Elan DP02 Mazda

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.na-motorsports.com/Organizations/SCCA/Racing/Rules.html
  2. ^ "SCCA Runoffs Driver Histories" (PDF). SCCA. Retrieved 28 August 2016.