Doug Boyer

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Doug Boyer is a former American racing driver. He competed in the Indy Lights series from 1994 to 1996 for Summit Motorsports with Red Line Oil sponsorship. He finished 8th in series points in 1994 and 4th in 1995. He only competed part-time in 1996 and finished 23rd in the championship. His best finish was 2nd place in the 1995 Vancouver race.[1]

Complete motorsports results[edit]

American Open-Wheel racing results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position, races in italics indicate fastest race lap)

American Continental Championship results[edit]

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pos Points
1992 United States
FIR
13
Canada
MOS
United States
IOW
United States
WGI
United States
LRP
Canada
TRR
United States
SON1
United States
SON2
1
??? ???
1993 United States
ROA
Canada
MOS
United States
SON
3
United States
IOW
United States
WGI
Canada
TRR
United States
DAL
??? ???

USAC FF2000 Western Division Championship[edit]

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pos Points
1992 United States
SON
United States
MMR
6
United States
IRP
6
United States
LV
4
United States
WSR1
5
United States
TOP
20
United States
PIR
United States
WSR2
2
5th ???
1993 United States
WSR1
2
United States
WSR2
3
United States
IRP
15
United States
COL
4
United States
TOP
2
United States
LS1
2
United States
LS2
1
2nd ???

Indy Lights[edit]

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rank Points
1994 Summitt Motorsports United States
PIR
17
United States
LBH
7
United States
MIL
16
United States
DET
United States
POR
6
United States
CLE
6
Canada
TOR
6
United States
MDO
20
United States
NHS
8
Canada
VAN
17
United States
NAZ
18
United States
LS
4
8th 47
1995 Summitt Motorsports United States
MIA
5
United States
PIR
4
United States
LBH
22
United States
NAZ
5
United States
MIL
9
United States
DET
8
United States
POR
8
Canada
TOR
3
United States
CLE
3
United States
NHS
9
Canada
VAN
2
United States
LS
3
4th 108
1996 Summitt Motorsports United States
HMS
8
United States
LBH
22
United States
NAZ
DNQ
United States
MIC
16
United States
DET
13
United States
POR
19
United States
CLE
WD
Canada
TOR
WD
Canada
TRR
Canada
VAN
DNS
United States
LS
23rd 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ Doug Boyer, ChampCarStats.com Archived 18 December 2010 at WebCite