Group C Racing
The Group C Racing Series recreates the great days of Sports Car racing between 1982 and 1993. This period is considered the golden age of endurance racing and led to the production of arguably the most iconic cars in the history of the Le Mans 24 Hours and the Sports Car World Endurance Championship.
Early on, despite stiff opposition from the Lancia LC2s, the Porsche 956 & 962 took the spoils, but with the arrival of Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Nissan and Mazda, the competition intensified.
Alongside the major manufacturers, small constructors like Spice, Cougar, Dome, Rondeau and WM could still pull off the odd coup thanks to an intelligent interpretation of the fuel consumption regulations.
Towards the end of the era, the Peugeot 905, Jaguar XJR-14 and Toyota TS010 machines became common place with their additional technology and downforce.
The Group C Racing Series is promoted by Peter Auto and races on iconic circuits around Europe.
Zoe Copas - Group C Racing
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