Portland Grand Prix

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Not to be confused with Grand Prix of Portland.
Portland Grand Prix
Portland international raceway.svg
Venue Portland International Raceway
First race 1978
Last race 2006
Previous names Rose City Grand Prix
Most wins (driver) Al Holbert (3)
Most wins (team) Holbert Racing (4)
Most wins (manufacturer) Porsche (8)

The Portland Grand Prix was a sports car race held at the Portland International Raceway in Portland, Oregon from 1978 until 2006. It began as a round of the IMSA GT Championship, and became an American Le Mans Series race in 1999.

Winners[edit]

Date Overall Winner(s) Entrant Car Distance/Duration Race Title Report
IMSA GT Championship
1978 United States Peter Gregg United States Brumos Porsche Porsche 935/77A 100 miles (160 km) G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1979 United States Peter Gregg United States Peter Gregg Racing Porsche 935/79 100 miles (160 km) G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1980 United Kingdom John Fitzpatrick United States Dick Barbour Racing Porsche 935 K3/80 100 miles (160 km) G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1981 United Kingdom Brian Redman United States Kent Cooke/Wood Racing Lola T600-Chevrolet 100 miles (160 km) G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1982 United States John Paul, Jr. United States JLP Racing Porsche 935 JLP-4 100 miles (160 km) G.I. Joe's Toyota Grand Prix report
1983 United States Al Holbert United States Holbert Racing March 83G-Porsche 3 hours G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1984 United States Randy Lanier
United States Bill Whittington
United States Blue Thunder Racing Team March 84G-Chevrolet 3 hours G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1985 United States Al Holbert United States Holbert Racing Porsche 962 300 km (190 mi) G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1986 United States Al Holbert United States Holbert Racing Porsche 962 300 km (190 mi) G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1987 United States Chip Robinson United States Holbert Racing Porsche 962 300 km (190 mi) G.I. Joe's Grand Prix report
1988 Australia Geoff Brabham United States Electramotive Engineering Nissan GTP ZX-T 300 km (190 mi) G.I. Joe's Camel Grand Prix report
1989 Netherlands Jan Lammers
United States Price Cobb
United Kingdom Castrol Jaguar Racing Jaguar XJR-10 300 km (190 mi) G.I. Joe's Camel Grand Prix report
1990 United States Davy Jones United Kingdom Castrol Jaguar Racing Jaguar XJR-10 300 km (190 mi) G.I. Joe's Camel Grand Prix report
1991 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio II United States All American Racers Eagle Mk III-Toyota 300 km (190 mi) G.I. Joe's Camel Grand Prix presented by Nissan report
1992 United States P.J. Jones United States All American Racers Eagle Mk III-Toyota 2 hours G.I. Joe's Camel Grand Prix presented by Nissan report
1993 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio II United States All American Racers Eagle Mk III-Toyota 1 hour, 45 minutes G.I. Joe's/Camel Grand Prix report
1994 Canada Jeremy Dale United States Brix Racing Spice HC94-Oldsmobile 2 hours Grand Prix of Portland report
1995
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1998
Not held
American Le Mans Series
1999 France Éric Bernard
Australia David Brabham
United States Panoz Motor Sports Panoz LMP-1 Roadster-S 2 hours, 45 minutes Rose City Grand Prix report
2000 Italy Rinaldo Capello
United Kingdom Allan McNish
Germany Audi Sport North America Audi R8 2 hours, 45 minutes Decision Point Applications Rose City Grand Prix report
2001 Australia David Brabham
Denmark Jan Magnussen
United States Panoz Motor Sports Panoz LMP-1 Roadster-S 2 hours, 45 minutes Grand Prix of Portland report
2002
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2003
Not held
2004 Finland JJ Lehto
Germany Marco Werner
United States ADT Champion Racing Audi R8 2 hours, 45 minutes Portland Grand Prix report
2005 Germany Frank Biela
Italy Emanuele Pirro
United States ADT Champion Racing Audi R8 2 hours, 45 minutes Portland Grand Prix report
2006 Italy Rinaldo Capello
United Kingdom Allan McNish
United States Audi Sport North America Audi R10 TDI 2 hours, 45 minutes Tires Les Schwab presents Portland Grand Prix report

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