IROC XIV

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1990 International Race of Champions
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Dale Earnhardt (seen in 1997), the IROC XIV champion

IROC XIV was the fourteenth year of the International Race of Champions auto racing competition. It took place in 1990 and was the first year the Dodge Daytona was used in competition, and continued the format introduced in IROC VIII. Race one took place on the Talladega Superspeedway, race two took place at Burke Lakefront Airport, and race three ran at Michigan International Speedway. Dale Earnhardt won the series championship, his first of four, and took home $175,000 for his efforts.

Roster and total points[edit]

The roster of drivers and final points standings were as follows: [1]

Position Driver Points Winnings Series
1 United States Dale Earnhardt 60 $175,000 NASCAR Winston Cup
2 United States Al Unser, Jr. 44 $65,000 CART
3 United Kingdom Martin Brundle 41 $50,000 World Endurance Championship
4 United States Mark Martin 37 $45,000 NASCAR Winston Cup
5 United States Terry Labonte 36 $40,000 NASCAR Winston Cup
6 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 29 $38,000 CART
7 United States Dorsey Schroeder1 26 $35,000 SCCA Trans-Am Series
8 United States Rusty Wallace1 26 $34,000 NASCAR Winston Cup
9 United States Darrell Waltrip 23 $33,000 NASCAR Winston Cup
10 United States Bobby Rahal2 18 $32,000 CART
11 Australia Geoff Brabham2 18 $31,000 IMSA Camel GT
12 United States Danny Sullivan 13 $30,000 CART

Individual race results[edit]

Talladega Superspeedway, Race One[edit]

  1. Dale Earnhardt
  2. Al Unser, Jr.
  3. Mark Martin
  4. Al Unser, Jr.
  5. Darrell Waltrip
  6. Martin Brundle
  7. Dorsey Schroeder
  8. Rusty Wallace
  9. Terry Labonte
  10. Geoff Brabham
  11. Bobby Rahal
  12. Danny Sullivan

Burke Lakefront Airport, Race Two[edit]

  1. Martin Brundle
  2. Al Unser, Jr.
  3. Emerson Fittipaldi
  4. Terry Labonte
  5. Dale Earnhardt
  6. Mark Martin
  7. Geoff Brabham
  8. Rusty Wallace
  9. Bobby Rahal
  10. Dorsey Schroeder
  11. Danny Sullivan
  12. Darrell Waltrip3

Michigan International Speedway, Race Three[edit]

  1. Dale Earnhardt
  2. Terry Labonte
  3. Mark Martin
  4. Dorsey Schroeder
  5. Al Unser, Jr.
  6. Rusty Wallace
  7. Bobby Rahal
  8. Emerson Fittipaldi
  9. Danny Sullivan
  10. Martin Brundle
  11. Geoff Brabham
  12. Darrell Waltrip3

Notes[edit]

  1. Dorsey Schroeder and Rusty Wallace tied for seventh place in the championship standings, but Schroeder was awarded the position due to a higher finishing position in the final race.
  2. Bobby Rahal and Geoff Brabham tied for tenth place in the championship standings, but Rahal was awarded the position due to a higher finishing position in the final race.
  3. Darrell Waltrip did not start the final two races due to injury.

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