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#1 Doug Nye

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 13:20

Are any reasonably comprehensive Barber series race results - Barber-Saab, Barber-Dodge etc - posted in detail anywhere on the internet?

 

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#2 Allen Brown

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 13:39

Good season summaries in On Track, but I’d be surprised if anyone had transcribed them. What do you need?

#3 70JesperOH

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 14:33

The 1987 season seems to be here:

 

http://www.ultimater...t.php?year=1987

 

Jesper

 

:| Sorry, but I can only find a March 1 date from Miami!


Edited by 70JesperOH, 24 February 2021 - 15:21.


#4 RA Historian

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 16:57

Rick Roso, formerly the PR guy at Lime Rock, was the PR guy for the Barber series for a long time. Perhaps he can help. I suspect that you can still get a line on him through Lime Rock.

 

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#5 Ross Stonefeld

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 17:18

That's a good shout actually. Ask him what happened to all the results and data internally once the Skip Barber Racing School changed hands(I think more than once over the past decade?). That archive must be...somewhere. 



#6 MCS

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 17:47

I am sure there used to be fairly comprehensive results on the web, but there's still a fair amount of detail via WikiMili, WayBack Machine, etc.  Am I dreaming, but didn't the annual IMSA Review show Barber series results?



#7 Michael Ferner

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 19:20

What are you looking for, Doug? I have reasonably complete results for most races 1986 to 2000. That is, some very detailed and complete, some less so, but overall it's close to 3,000 data base lines of what amounts to 180 races. :)



#8 Doug Nye

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Posted 25 February 2021 - 08:58

Thanks Michael - star player (again) - I'll e-mail you.

 

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#9 Michael Ferner

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Posted 01 March 2021 - 21:57

Now that I've sent Doug my file, maybe this is as good a place as any to try and improve on my data. I have the winners of all 180 races from 1986 to 2000, but ideally I'd want at least the top six finishers, along with the race distance and winner's time for every one of the 180. If anyone has this info, or maybe even more, I would very much appreciate if you'd posted it here. This is what I'm still missing:

 

1986

Jun 29 Meadowlands, 6th place

Jul 20 Brainerd, 2nd - 6th, winner's time

Aug 3 Saint Louis, 2nd - 6th, race distance and time

Aug 16 Lime Rock, 6th, distance & time

Sep 1 Lime Rock, 6th, distance & time

Sep 21 Watkins Glen, time

Oct 18 Lime Rock, 2nd - 6th, time

Nov 9 Tamiami, time

Nov 15 Saint Petersburg, distance & time

 

1987

Mar 1 Miami, time

Apr 12 Road Atlanta, 4th - 6th, time

May 25 Lime Rock, 6th & distance

Jun 7 Mid-Ohio, 3rd - 6th, time

Jul 12, Summit Point, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Jul 25 Portland, time

Aug 1 Sears Point, 3rd - 6th, distance & time

Aug 8 Watkins Glen, 4th - 6th, time

Aug 30 Road America, time

Sep 6 San Antonio, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Sep 27 Watkins Glen, 6th & time

Nov 1 Tamiami, time

 

1988

Feb 28 Miami, time

Apr 10 Road Atlanta, ditsance & time

May 30 Lime Rock, time

Jun 5 Mid-Ohio, distance & time

Jul 3 Watkins Glen, distance & time

Jul 17 Road America, distance & time

Jul 31 Portland, distance & time

Aug 14 Sears Point, distance & time

Sep 4 San Antonio, distance & time

Oct 23 Del Mar, distance & time

 

1989

Mar 5 Miami, time

Apr 2 Road Atlanta, time

May 28 Lime Rock, time

Jun 4 Mid-Ohio, 6th, distance & time

Jul 30 Portland, 3rd - 6th, time

Sep 10 Sears Point, time

Oct 1 Tampa, time

Oct 22 Del Mar, 3rd - 6th, distance & time

 

1990

Apr 1 Road Atlanta, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

May 5 Heartland Park, time

May 28 Lime Rock, 6th, distance & time

Jun 3 Mid-Ohio, time

Jul 15 Sears Point, distance & time

Jul 29 Portland, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Aug 19 Road America, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Sep 30 Tampa, time

Nov 11 Del Mar, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

 

1991

Mar 3, Palm Beach, time

Apr 7 Miami, time

Apr 28 Road Atlanta, 5th & 6th, distance & time

May 27 Lime Rock, time

Jun 2 Mid-Ohio, time

Jun 20 Watkins Glen, time

Jul 21 Laguna Seca, time

Jul 28 Portland, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Aug 25 Road America, time

Swp 22 Road America, time

 

1992

Mar 21 Sebring, time

Jun 14 New Orleans, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Jul 5 New Hampshire, time

Jul 19 Laguna Seca, time

Aug 23 Road America, time

Sep 13 Mid-Ohio, time

 

1993

Feb 21 Miami, time

Apr 18 Road Atlanta, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Jun 13 Detroit, time

Aug 22 Road America, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Sep 12 Mid-Ohio, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

 

1994

Jun 11 Detroit, 5th & 6th, time

Aug 13 Mid-Ohio, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Aug 21 New Hampshire, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Sep 10 Road America, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Sep 11 Road America, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

 

1995

Mar 5 Miami, time

Mar 18 Sebring, time

May 6 Phoenix, time

May 29 Lime Rock, distance & time

Jul 8 Road America, time

Jul 9 Road America, 3rd - 6th, distance & time

Jul 16 Sears Point, time

 

1996

May 5 Texas, distance & time

May 27 Lime Rock, distance & time

 

 

Phew, more than I thought! I have AUTOSPORT from 1995 onwards, and they had the top ten for most races, so I'm hoping someone whose collection goes a bit farther backwards can step in here! :cat:


Edited by Michael Ferner, 08 March 2021 - 17:20.


#10 Michael Ferner

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Posted 08 March 2021 - 17:33

Digging my teeth into it, I trimmed the list in my last post but I'm still missing many results - race distances and finishing times are not the priority at the moment, although it would be nice to have them, too. Anyway, as already stated, AUTOSPORT magazine often printed the top ten in the issues I have from 1995 onwards, so I'm hoping they did the same up to 1994 as well, and maybe it would be possible for a kind soul to dig them out and forward the info? :cat:
Here again the list of races, with a focus on missing results:

1986
Jun 29 Meadowlands, 6th to 10th place
Jul 20 Brainerd, 2nd - 10th, winner's time
Aug 3 Saint Louis, 2nd - 10th, race distance and time
Aug 16 Lime Rock, 6th - 10th, distance & time
Sep 1 Lime Rock, 6th - 10th, distance & time
Oct 18 Lime Rock, 2nd - 10th, time

1987
Apr 12 Road Atlanta, 4th - 10th, time
May 25 Lime Rock, 6th - 10th & distance
Jun 7 Mid-Ohio, 3rd - 10th, time
Jul 12, Summit Point, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Aug 1 Sears Point, 3rd - 10th, distance & time
Aug 8 Watkins Glen, 4th - 10th, time
Sep 6 San Antonio, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Sep 27 Watkins Glen, 6th - 10th & time

1989
Jun 4 Mid-Ohio, 6th - 10th, distance & time
Jul 30 Portland, 3rd - 10th, time
Oct 22 Del Mar, 3rd - 10th, distance & time

1990
Apr 1 Road Atlanta, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
May 28 Lime Rock, 6th - 10th, distance & time
Jul 29 Portland, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Aug 19 Road America, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Nov 11 Del Mar, 2nd - 10th, distance & time

1991
Apr 28 Road Atlanta, 5th & 10th, distance & time
Jul 28 Portland, 2nd - 10th, distance & time

1992
Jun 14 New Orleans, 2nd - 10th, distance & time

1993
Apr 18 Road Atlanta, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Aug 22 Road America, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Sep 12 Mid-Ohio, 2nd - 10th, distance & time

1994
Jun 11 Detroit, 5th - 10th, time
Aug 13 Mid-Ohio, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Aug 21 New Hampshire, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Sep 10 Road America, 2nd - 10th, distance & time
Sep 11 Road America, 2nd - 10th, distance & time



Many thanks for any help!! :) :)

Edited by Michael Ferner, 08 March 2021 - 17:35.


#11 Carl R.S.

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Posted 08 March 2021 - 20:14

These are some of the additions from results I compiled from Autosport a few years ago

 

1986

Nov 15 Saint Petersburg, distance & time

20 laps = 40 miles

1 - Brian Till, 28m 22.271s (84.571mph)

2 - Bruce Feldman, 28m 24.860s

3 - Robby Unser

4 - Niclas Schonstrom

5 - Kurt Roehrig

6 - Willy Lewis

Fastest Lap: Robby Unser, 1m 23.626s (86.098mph)

 

1988

 

Apr 10 Road Atlanta, ditsance & time

19 laps = 47.88 miles

1 - Harald Huysman, 29m 32.036s (97.27mph)

2 - John Estupinan, 29m 34.062s

3 - Andy Swett

4 - Mark Jaremko

5 - John Cochran

6 - Bruce Feldman

7 - Giuseppe Cipriani

8 - George Straub

9 - Stephen Hynes

10 - Randy Harris

Fastest Lap: Andy Swett, 1m 25.430s (106.192mph)

 

Jun 5 Mid-Ohio, distance & time

26 laps = 62.4 miles

1 - Jeremy Dale, 39m 19.39s (95.211mph)   

2 - Bruce Feldman, 39m 20.69s

3 - Rob Wilson

4 - Harald Huysman

5 - John Cochran

6 - Tom Dolan

7 - Andy Swett

8 - Ken Knott

9 - Jim Pace

10 - John Estupinan

 

Jul 3 Watkins Glen, distance & time

18 laps = 60.786 miles

1 - Bruce Feldman, 38m 34.148s (94.562mph)

2 - Brian Bonner, 38m 37.833s

3 - Giuseppe Cipriani

4 - John Cochran

5 - Rob Wilson

6 - Richard Burgess

7 - Ken Knott

8 - Stephen Hynes

9  - Bob Dotson

10 - Darryl Landvater

Fastest Lap: Bruce Feldman, 1m 53.220s (107.377mph)

 

Jul 17 Road America, distance & time

15 laps = 60 miles

1 - Rob Wilson, 35m 28.264s (101.491mph)

2 - John Cochran, 35m 32.605s

3 - Ken Knott

4 - Jeremy Dale

5 - Mark Jaremko

6 - Bruce Feldman

7 - Harald Huysman

8 - John Estupinan

9 - Andy Swett

10 - Dave Martin

Fastest Lap: Ken Knott, 2m 20.610s (102.411mph)

 

Jul 31 Portland, distance & time

30 laps = 57.45 miles

1 - Harald Huysman, 35m 21.20s (97.044mph)

2 - Mark Jaremko, 35m 36.06s

3 - Tom Dolan

4 - Andy Swett

5 - Randy Harris

6 - Bruce Feldman

7 - Rob Wilson

8 - John Cochran

9 - Mike Strawbridge

10 - John Estupinan

Fastest Lap: Mark Jaremko, 1m 09.980s (98.514mph)

 

Aug 14 Sears Point, distance & time

24 laps = 62.552 miles

1 - Harald Huysman            , 43m 36.565s (83.310mph)

2 - Rob Wilson, 43m 37.691s

3 - Todd Snyder

4 - Tom Dolan

5 - Bruce Feldman

6 - John Cochran

7 - Jim Pace

8 - Mark Jaremko

9 - Stephen Hynes

10 - Mike Strawbridge

Fastest Lap: Harald Huysman, 1m 35.818s (94.792mph)

 

Oct 23 Del Mar, distance & time

19 laps = 30.4 miles

1 - Jeremy Dale, 30m 59.543s (58.853mph)

2 - Harald Huysman, 31m 12.887s

3 - John Cochran

4 - Freddie Spencer

5 - Rob Wilson

6 - Ken Knott

7 - Nick Kunewalder

8 - Mike Strawbridge

9 - Brian Bonner

10 - Stephen Hynes

Fastest Lap: Bruce Feldman, 1m 27.540s (65.798mph)

 

1989

Mar 5 Miami, time

15 laps = 28.1 miles

1 - Rob Wilson, 31m 40.6s (53.2mph)

2- John Cochran

3 - Justin Bell

4 - Ian Ashley

5 - Robbie Buhl

6 - Nick Kunewalder

7 - Brian Bonner

8 - Brian Till

9 - Bob Dotson

10 - Andy Pilgrim

 

May 28 Lime Rock, time

40 laps = 61.60 miles

1 - Bernard Santal, 37m 59.201s (97.297mph)

2 - Justin Bell, 38m 02.564s

3 - Robbie Buhl, 40 laps

4 - John Cochran, 40 laps

5 - Ian Ashley, 40 laps

6 - Nick Kunewalder           , 40 laps

7 - Jeff Boyce, 40 laps

8 - Bob Dotson, 40 laps

9 - Bob Reid, 40 laps

10 - Bruce McQuiston, 39 laps

Fastest Lap: Robbie Buhl, 55.840s (99.283mph)

 

Jul 30 Portland, 3rd - 6th, time

32 laps = 61.28 miles

1 - Robbie Buhl, 38m 30.905s (95.464mph)

2 - Justin Bell, 38m 39.286s

3 - Rob Wilson

4 - Brian Till

5 - Jeff Boyce

6 - John Tanner

7 - Bob Dotson

8 - Jim Pace                         

9 - Nick Kunewalder

10 - George Sutcliffe

Fastest Lap: Robbie Buhl, 1m 07.860s (101.591mph)

 

Sep 10 Sears Point, time

23 laps = 58.03 miles

1 - Robbie Buhl, 40m 36.153s (85.732mph)

2 - Justin Bell                                       

3 - John Bigham

4 - Jeff Boyce

5 - Nick Kunewalder

6 - Bob Dotson

7 - Jim Pace

8 - Bill Adams

9 - Brian Ferris

10 - John Duke

Fastest Lap: Jeff Boyce, 1m 36.629s (93.996mph)

 

Oct 1 Tampa, time

30 laps of a 1.9-mile circuit = 57.0 miles

1 - Robbie Buhl, 39m 09.998s (87.319mph)

2 - Rob Wilson, 39m 22.172s

3 - Matt Blevins

4 - John Tanner

5 - Brian Till

6 - Nick Kunewalder

7 - Jim Pace

8 - Stephen Hynes

9 - Bob Dotson

10 - George Sutcliffe

Fastest Lap: Robbie Buhl, 1m 17.158s (88.649mph)

 

Oct 22 Del Mar, 3rd - 6th, distance & time

17 laps = 27.2 miles

1 - Rob Wilson, 30m 29.424s (53.525mph)

2 - Robbie Buhl, 30m 35.026s

3 - Bob Dotson

4 - Dave Welch

5 - Matt Blevins

6 - Shane Lewis

7 - Rick Johnson

8 - Antonio Covelli

9 - Chris McAdam

10 - Tom Steele

Fastest Lap: Robbie Buhl, 1m 13.241s (78.655ph)

 

 

1990

May 5 Heartland Park, time

21 laps = 47.5 miles

1 - Rob Wilson, 40m 23.028s (70.573mph)

2 - John Tanner, 40m 28.685s

3 - John Bigham

4 - Steve Cameron

5 - Johnny Robinson

6 - Walt Bohren

7 - Bob Dotson

8 - Glenn Straub

9 - Kelly Collins

10 - Nick Kunewalder

Fastest Lap: Rob Wilson, 1m 47.820s (83.472mph)

 

May 28 Lime Rock, 6th, distance & time

41 laps = 83.140 miles

1 - Rob Wilson, 40m 44.195s (92.997mph)

2 - Walt Bohren, 40m 47.657s

3 - Troy Shooter, 41 laps

4  - Steve Cameron, 41 laps

5 - John Tanner, 41 laps

6 - Bert Hart, 41 laps

7 - Jim Pace, 41 laps

8 - Briggs Phillips, 41 laps

9 - Joe Pezza, 41 laps

10 - Bryan Herta, 40 laps

Fastest Lap: Rob Wilson, 55.660s (99.604mph)

 

Jul 15 Sears Point, distance & time

21 laps = 52.98 miles

1 - Johnny Robinson, 36m 10.36s (87.88mph)

2 - Steve Cameron, 36m 10.92s

3 - Kelly Collins

4 - Rob Wilson

5 - Bryan Herta

6 - John Bigham

7 - Bert Hart

8 - Matt Christian

9 - Leo Parente

10 - Joe Pezza

Fastest Lap: Johnny Robinson, 1m 36.015s (94.60mph)

 

Jul 29 Portland, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

29 laps = 55.53 miles

1 - Steve Cameron, 34m 06.73s (97.68mph)

2 - John Tanner                                  

3 - David Welch

4 - Bryan Herta

5 - Matt Blevins

6 - Leo Parente

7 - Johnny Robinson

8 - Mark Jaremko

9 - Page Jones

10 - John Bigham

Fastest Lap: Steve Cameron, 1m 07.907s (101.52mph)

 

Aug 19 Road America, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

12 laps = 48 miles

1 - John Tanner, 31m 32.337s

2 - Johnny Robinson

3 - Briggs Phillips

4 - Bob Reid

5 - Rob Wilson

6 - Steve Cameron

7 - Bryan Herta

8 - Wes Short

9 - Jack Benedict

10 - John Hotchkis, Jr.

 

Sep 30 Tampa, time

20 laps = 38.00 miles

1 - Johnny Robinson, 34m 29.645s (66.098mph)

2 - Robert Amren, 34m 32.154s

3 - Page Jones

4 - Tony Leivo

5 - David Pook

6 - Leo Parente

7 - Wes Short

8 - John Bigham

9 - Rob Wilson

10 - Jon Gooding

Fastest Lap: Johnny Robinson, 1m 18.112s (87.566mph)

 

Nov 11 Del Mar, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

27 laps = 43.2 miles

1 - Rob Wilson, 35m 36.586s (72.789mph)

2 - Robert Amren, 35m 38.478s

3 - Nick Kunewalder

4 - John Tanner

5 - Page Jones

6 - David Pook

7 - Johnny Robinson

8 - John Bigham

9 - Henrique Barcellos

10 - Tony Leivo

Fastest Lap: Robert Amren, 1m 10.975s (81.155mph)

 

 

1991

Mar 3, Palm Beach, time

25 laps = 40.5 miles

1 - Johnny Robinson, 31m 02.199s (78.295mph)

2 - Robert Amren, 31m 02.894s

3 - Page Jones

4 - Ross Hockenhull

5 - Ian Ashley

6 - David Pook

7 - Jose Cordova

8 - Tony Trimmer

9 - Matt Christian

10 - Mark Tremblay

Fastest Lap: Bryan Herta, 1m 06.573s (87.603mph)

 

Apr 7 Miami, time

24.349 miles

1 - Johnny Robinson, 30m 43.039s

2 - Bryan Herta, 30m 44.475s

3 - Robert Amren

4 - David Pook

5 - Jose Cordova

6 - Tony Leivo

7 - Victor Gonzalez

8 -Barry Waddell

9 - Riccardo Dona

10 - Alex Padilla

 

Apr 28 Road Atlanta, 5th & 6th, distance & time

21 laps = 52.92 miles

1 - Johnny Robinson, 30m 37.982s (103.653mph)

2 - Page Jones, 30m 51.725s

3 - Robert Amren

4 - Bryan Herta

5 - Barry Waddell

6 - Wes Short

7 - Riccardo Dona

8 - Briggs Phillips

9 - Mark Tremblay

10 - Buzz Calkins

11 - David Pook

 

Jun 30 Watkins Glen, time

25 laps of  2.428-mile road course = 60.70 miles

1 - Johnny Robinson, 30m 52.70s (117.947mph)        

2 - Page Jones, 25 laps                                     

3 - Bryan Herta, 25 laps                                    

4 - Robert Amren, 25 laps                                 

5 - Mark Tremblay, 25 laps                               

6 - Riccardo Dona, 25 laps                               

7 - Kurt Kossmann, 25 laps                                              

8 - Ross Hockenhull           , 25 laps                                

9 - Barry Waddell, 25 laps                                  

10 - Stan Potter, 25 laps                                    

 

Jul 28 Portland, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

26 laps

1 - Bryan Herta

2 - Leo Parente

3 - Page Jones

4 - Barry Waddell

5 - Alex Padilla

6 - Kurt Kossmann

7 - Mark Tremblay

8 - David Pook

9 - Johnny Robinson

10 - Robert Amren

 

Aug 25 Road America, time

10 laps = 40 miles

1 - Johnny Robinson, 30m 06.55s (79.10mph)

2 - Bryan Herta, 30m 07.01

3 - Tony Leivo

4 - Page Jones

5 - Robert Amren

6 - Leo Parente

7 - Chris Smith

8 - Mark Tremblay

9 - David Pook

10 - Buzz Calkins

 

Sep 22 Road America, time

13 laps = 52 miles

1 - Leo Parente, 30m 30.10s (101.089mph)

2 - Robert Amren, 30m 39.33s

3 - Bryan Herta

4 - Page Jones

5 - Alex Padilla

6 - Mark Tremblay

7 - Riccardo Dona

8 - Barry Waddell

9 - Ross Hockenhull

10 - Buzz Calkins

Fastest Lap: Robert Amren, 2m 18.99s (103.60mph)

 

1992

Mar 21 Sebring, time

14 laps = 52.88 miles

1 - Robert Amren, 30m 38.709s (101.529mph)

2 - Alex Padilla                    

3 - Ashton Lewis, Jr.

4 - Rick Pollock

5 - Jesus Silva

6 - Brandon Sperling

7 - Barry Waddell

8 - Diego Guzman

9 - Mark Tremblay

10 - Bill Adams

Fastest Lap: Diego Guzman, 2m 10.446s (101.831mph)

 

Jun 14 New Orleans, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

23 laps = 37.74 miles

1 - Page Jones, 30m 06.40s (65.55mph)

2 - Diego Guzman, 30m 07.59s

3 - Alex Padilla                    

4 - Ashton Lewis, Jr.

5 - Bill Adams

6 - Robert Amren

7 - Craig Hall

8 - Leo Parente

9 - Rick Pollock

10 - Jesus Silva

 

Jul 5 New Hampshire, time

50 laps = 52.9 miles

1 - Page Jones, 26m 29.42s (119.81mph)

2 - Ashton Lewis, Jr., 26m 29.80s

3 - Robert Amren

4 - Diego Guzman

5 - Craig Hall

6 - Leo Parente

7 - Alex Padilla

8 - Taylor Weld

9 - Bill Adams

10 - Tony Leivo

 

Jul 19 Laguna Seca, time

1 - Robert Amren, 31m 05.027s (81.19mph)                

2 - Alex Padilla, 31m 06.721s                                          

3 - Page Jones                                                                                    

4 - Rick Pollock                                                                                   

5 - Riccardo Dona                                                                                              

6 - Brandon Sperling                                                                                          

7 - John Bigham                                                                 

8 - Craig Hall                                                                       

9 - Jesus Silva                                                                     

10 - Michael Fox                                                                                                 

 

Aug 23 Road America, time

13 laps = 52 miles

1 - Robert Amren, 30m 38.77s (101.81mph)

2 - Ashton Lewis, 30m 40.62s

3 - Elton Julian

4 - Riccardo Dona

5 - Rick Pollock

6 - Craig Hall

7 - Andrea Kasiewicz

8 - Bernard Levalois

9 - Rhonda Regnier

10 - Craig Lawrence

 

Sep 13 Mid-Ohio, time

22 laps = 49.5 miles

1 - Robert Amren, 31m 21.69s (94.70mph)

2 - Ashton Lewis                 

3 - Alex Padilla

4 - Leo Parente

5 - Diego Guzman

6 - Bill Adams

7 - Rick Pollock

8 - Riccardo Dona

9 - Brandon Sperling

10 -Craig Hall

 

1993

Feb 21 Miami, time

15 laps = 28.09 miles

1 - Kenny Brack, 30m 01.81s (56.13mph)

2 - Brandon Sperling, 30m 02.61s

3 - Bill Adams

4 - Diego Guzman

5 - Riccardo Dona

6 - Barry Waddell

7 - Alex Padilla

8 - Jerry Nadeau

9 - Andy Boss

10 - Jon Miranda

 

Apr 18 Road Atlanta, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

Held at Atlanta Motor Speedway supporting the IMSA GTP Series

1 - Alex Padilla                    

2 - Martijn Koene                

3 - Jerry Nadeau                 

4 - Brandon Sperling                          

5 - Kenny Brack                  

6 - Diego Guzman                              

 

Jun 13 Detroit, time

12 laps of a 2.1-mile street circuit = 25.2 miles

1 - Kenny Brack, 28m 44s (52.611mph)

2 - Brandon Sperling                          

3 - Alex Padilla                    

4 - Riccardo Dona                              

5 - Luis Zervigon                 

6 - Martijn Koene                

7 - Kyle Chura

8 - Tom Semik

9 - Divina Galica

10 - Jeff Jones

 

Aug 22 Road America, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

10 laps = 40 miles

1 - Kenny Brack, 30m 29.01s (78.83mph)

2 - Diego Guzman, 30m 29.41s

3 - Jerry Nadeau                 

4 - Riccardo Dona

5 - Barry Waddell

6 - Brad Funk

7 - Jon Field

8 - Andy Boss

9 - Brandon Sperling

10 - Dave Hotz

 

Sep 12 Mid-Ohio, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

1 – Alex Padilla

2 – Brandon Sperling

3 – Riccardo Dona

4 – Bill Adams

5 – Geoff Boss

6 – Barry Waddell

7 – Brad Funk

8 – Diego Guzman

9 – Brian McCarthy

10 – Andy Boss

 

1994

Aug 13 Mid-Ohio, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

17 laps

1 – Juan Pablo Montoya, 31m 28.194s

2 – Mark Hotchkis, 31m 28.392s

3 – Andy Boss

4 – Diego Guzman

5 – Geoff Boss

6 – Barry Waddell

 

Aug 21 New Hampshire, 2nd - 6th, distance & time

50 laps

1 – Jerry Nadeau, 27m 53.834s

2 – Andy Boss

3 – Diego Guzman

4 – Geoff Boss

5 – Juan Pablo Montoya

6 – Luis Zervigon

7 – Mark Hotchkis

8 – Divina Galica



#12 Michael Ferner

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Posted 08 March 2021 - 20:18

:clap: Superb! :clap: :clap: :kiss:



#13 MCS

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Posted 14 March 2021 - 14:24

Michael,

 

Full results are in the IMSA Yearbooks - I just found one.  They come up on eBay occasionally.

 

Mark



#14 Doug Nye

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Posted 14 March 2021 - 14:34

Great lead thank you.  I should confess that my minor personal problem is the need for contemporary race numbers to ID photography from these races.

 

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Posted 19 March 2021 - 15:35

What are you looking for, Doug? I have reasonably complete results for most races 1986 to 2000. That is, some very detailed and complete, some less so, but overall it's close to 3,000 data base lines of what amounts to 180 races. :)

 

Do that include results from the 1987 season, from which I have finally transcibed the results from the appropriate IMSA yearbook. If so I won't bother about posting them here (unless requested). But going through the results I have questions and remarks about the 1987 season - the second year of the series.

 

The races had 16 to 26 starters in each race among 72 drivers over the 12 race series - only four drivers started every race. For an entry level single seater series it seems ambitious to span just about every single corner of the USA with a one make car - but I believe that at the time you could aquire a Saab across the entire nation!

I have noticed a similar pattern of many drivers with limited race starts in SCCA Trans-Am sedan series in the early years, but at a time where cars were eligble in regional SCCA races.

 

Were the cars eligble in libra races?

Were the cars owned by Barber SAAB or independant entries?

 

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Posted 19 March 2021 - 15:52

I think for the entirety the cars were run by the series, it was a turn-key operation. There'd be a mechanic(s) and an engineer for a group of cars/drivers. I want to say 4-6? It was a pretty simple series, sort of like a finishing school or exam rather than a curriculum, if that makes sense?

 

Doug if you're particularly stuck, or have a low volume to ID, maybe photos would help as some of the helmet designs might jog some niche memories? Though you may have moved beyond that point by now...


Edited by Ross Stonefeld, 19 March 2021 - 15:52.


#17 70JesperOH

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I think for the entirety the cars were run by the series, it was a turn-key operation. There'd be a mechanic(s) and an engineer for a group of cars/drivers. I want to say 4-6? It was a pretty simple series, sort of like a finishing school or exam rather than a curriculum, if that makes sense?

 

It makes sence because other series post-period-present operate in the same way. That might also explains different entrant names for certain drivers during the season and even different starting numbers.

 

But do that also imply that the driver and or sponsor payed for an entry for each race?

 

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#18 70JesperOH

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Posted 19 March 2021 - 20:20

On another note I notice that Italian Giuseppe Cipriani, noted as of New York, NY, in round one - later Venize, Italy - was a regular during the season. That same year he partnered Walter Voulaz in the FIA World Touring Car Championship in an Albatech Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evo. Actually the pairing ended up "winning" the opening round of the series at Monza!

 

Results from a late great friend: http://touringcarrac...1987 Monza.html

 

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#19 Michael Ferner

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Posted 20 March 2021 - 08:51

I'm very interested in the 1987 results, as that year is still very thinly represented in my data, so yes please, if you could post the info from the IMSA yearbook here that would help a lot!

 

As far as I can tell, drivers rented the cars for each race. I recall British driver Johnny Robinson once remarking about how each win paid his entry for the next race, which was (I think) 5000 USD at the time. A decade or so later, a win paid 10,000 USD or more, but I don't know whether the fee rose to those levels, too.



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#20 70JesperOH

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Posted 20 March 2021 - 12:07

By 1987 a race win was worth 6000 USD, 4000 to second, 3000 to third, then 1800 to fourth and from there degrading by a 100 dollars down to 14th ending on 700 USD. 15th through to 20th received 700 USD. Below that it was 600 USD.

 

I'll begin to post results from here.

 

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#21 Ross Stonefeld

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Posted 20 March 2021 - 14:40

I'm very interested in the 1987 results, as that year is still very thinly represented in my data, so yes please, if you could post the info from the IMSA yearbook here that would help a lot!

 

As far as I can tell, drivers rented the cars for each race. I recall British driver Johnny Robinson once remarking about how each win paid his entry for the next race, which was (I think) 5000 USD at the time. A decade or so later, a win paid 10,000 USD or more, but I don't know whether the fee rose to those levels, too.

 

In 1997? Probably, that was the last year of the tube-frame car. After that it was a carbon Reynard so may have cost a little more, but not dramatically. I think it was like a 125-150k a year series? Maybe even less? You couldn't spend extra on testing or anything. 

 

In fact from a press release at the end of 97 about the new car/season

 

 

 

The U.S.-based Barber Dodge Pro Series is the world's leading single-seat equal-car championship, since only the Series organizer (Skip Barber Racing) prepares and maintains every car. Young, up-and-coming professional drivers from around the world "lease" a car for a set cost per race (currently, a full season budget is roughly $125,000US), using the Series as a steppingstone to the next level, usually F3000 or CART Indy Lights. The races are televised nationally and internationally by espn2 and ESPN International.


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Posted 20 March 2021 - 18:41

Thank you for all these contributions but in effect all I seek to work from is a list of each year's Barber-series race numbers...  And that - short of contemporary portray race programmes - is what seems to be really elusive.

 

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Posted 22 March 2021 - 14:08

1987 – race 1 of 12

March 1, 1987

Finley Hymo Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Miami Street Circuit, Florida – 80,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 1,873 mile contemporary street circuit over 20 laps = 37,460 miles

Pole: #33 Ken Murillo, 1:26.223 – 78.202 mph

FL: #3 Bruce Feldman, 1:25.400 – 78.955 mph on lap 2

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph - Notes

  1. - 1. - 33 – Ken Murillo – San Ramon, Ca. - 20 – 32:22.140 – 69,437

  2. - 3. - 3 – Bruce Feldman – Ridgewood, NJ – 20 - +0.349

  3. - 4. - 9 – Mark Wyborny – Bonita, Ca. - 20

  4. - 2. - 26 – Jeremy Dale – Toronto, Ont. - 20

  5. - 10. - 1 – Greg Hobbs – Priors Hardwick, GB – 20

  6. - 8. - 21 – Tom Rojewski – Zanesville, Oh – 20

  7. - 6. - 12 - ”Fomfor” - Miami, Fl. - 20

  8. - 22. - 18 – Mike Ciasulli – Edison, NJ – 20

  9. - 19. - 50 – Mark Reeves – Dallas, Tx – 20

  10. - 20. - 11 – Paco Diaz – Miami, Fl. - 20

  11. - 23. - 5 – Charles Willis – Germantown, Tn. - 20

  12. - 21. - 55 – John Finch – London, GB – 20

  13. - 18. - 8 – Ken Behr – Hollowood, Fl. - 20

  14. - 12. - 10 – John Hayes-Harlow – Fort Lauderdale, Fl. - 20

  15. - 24. - 6 – James Lee – Miami, Fl. - 20

  16. - 25. - 93 – Ron Pawley – Columbus, Oh. - 20

  17. - 15. - 22 – Mickey Minagorri – Miami, Fl. - 19 – DNF

  18. - 5. - 99 – Mark Brainard – Dayton, Oh. - 18 – DNF

  19. - 16. - 44 – Fernando Capablanca – Miami, Fl. - 18

  20. - 7. - 57 – Eric Kielts – Oak Park, Mi. - 16 – DNF

  21. - 9. - 17 – Richard Myhre – Cleveland Heights, Oh. - 15 – DNF

  22. - 14. - 81 – John Estupinan – Miami, Fl. - 15 – DNF

  23. - 17. - 30 – Walter Riley – Maplewood, NJ – 10 – DNF

  24. - 13. - 27 – Giuseppe Cipriani – New York, NY – 3 – DNF

  25. - 11. - 7 – Stephen Hynes – Mendham, NJ – 2 – DNF

 

Cipriani later noted to have Venice, Italy as his hometown.

 

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#24 Doug Nye

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Posted 22 March 2021 - 19:22

Thank you very much indeed for this extremely helpful post - much appreciated.

 

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#25 Rob1959

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 14:07

Hi all.

 

I hope you don't mind me joining in on this discussion (albeit a little bit late), particularly as I'm a new member (first post).

 

While I don't have the results for each race from 1987 (although that may have been taken care of), I have constructed/collated a points table spreadsheet, if that helps in any shape or form for Michael. I did have the official press releases with their points table issued at the time, but without wishing to be swamped with paperwork, I didn't keep them  :( .

 

On this subject, I don't have any results/points table for the 1989 season (the only year, I appear to have no data), If someone can provide the appropriate data to construct a points table to complete my records, I would be really grateful.

 

 



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Posted 23 March 2021 - 18:44

1987 – race 2 of 12

April 12, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Road Atlanta, Georgia – 42,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 2.52 mile road course over 20 laps = 54.4 miles

Pole: #9 Mark Wyborny, 1:28.175 – 102.886 mph

FL: #9 Mark Wyborny, 1:28.280 – 102.764 mph on lap 9

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

  1. - 2. - 33 – Ken Murillo – San Ramon, Ca. - 20 – 29:43.955 – 101.707 mph

  2. - 1. - 9 – Mark Wyborny – Bonita, Ca. - 20 - +0:10.685

  3. - 6. - 26 – Jeremy Dale – Toronto, Ont. - 20

  4. - 5. - 3 – Bruce Feldman – Ridgewood, NJ – 20

  5. - 3. - 99 – Mark Brainard – Dayton, Oh. - 20

  6. - 7. - 1 – Greg Hobbs – Priors Hardwick, GB – 20

  7. - 8. - 25 – Jeff Simpson – Torrance, Ca. - 20

  8. - 10. - 7 – Stephen Hynes – Mendham, NJ – 20

  9. - 12. - 5 – Charles Willis – Germantown, Tn. - 20

  10. - 15. - 22 – Jonathan Holtzman – Farmington, Mi. - 20

  11. - 9. - 81 – John Estupinan, Miami, Fl. - 20

  12. - 16. - 8 – Nick Komlyn – Pittsburgh, PA – 20

  13. - 11. - 44 – Bill Gurley – Raleigh, NC – 20

  14. - 4. - 17 – Tim Colwell – Davie West, Fl. - 20

  15. - 13. - 2 – Rex McDaniel – Fort Worth, TX – 20

  16. - 17. - 93 – Ron Pawley – Columbus, Oh. - 20

  17. - 18. - 55 – John Finch – London, GB – 20

  18. - 19. - 11 – Jeff Butz – Westerville, Oh. - 19

  19. - 14. - 57 – Andy Swett – Houston, Tx. - 16 – DNF

  20. - 20. - 18 – Mike Ciasulli – Edison, NJ – 0 - DNF

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#27 70JesperOH

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 18:51

1987 – race 3 of 12

May 25, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Lime Rock Park, Conn. – 37,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 1.53 mile road course over 32 laps = 48.96 miles

Pole: #4 Robbie Buhl, 0:55.743 – 98.811 mph

FL: #26 Jeremy Dale, 0:55.060 – 100.036 mph on lap 26

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 5. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 32 - 33:46.429 - 86.979 mph
2. - 3. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 32 - +0:03.694
3. - 8. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 32
4. - 2. - 15 - JEFF SIMPSON - TORRANCE CA - 32
5. - 4. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 32
6. - 11. - 80 - WILLY LEWIS - PORTLAND MI - 32
7. - 10. - 8 - JEFF PURNER - GLENS FALLS NY - 32
8. - 15. - 2 - DANIEL HAURI - AARAU SWITZERLAND - 32
9. - 12. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 32
10. - 17. - 44 - R B STIEWING - CANAAN CT - 32
11. - 14. - 5 - MIKE ALLISON - LAKEVILLE CT - 32
12. - 18. - 19 - BRIAN BONNER - LYNNFIELD MA - 32
13. - 6. - 9 - MARK WYBORNY - BONITA CA - 32
14. - 22. - 27 - GUISEPPE CIPRIANI - VENICE ITALY - 32
15. - 16. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 32
16. - 20. - 55 - JOHN FINCH - LONDON ENGLAND - 32
17. - 21. - 37 - JOHN HOLTZMAN - FARMINGTON MI - 31
18. - 13. - 25 - JOE PEZZA - GLEN COVE NY - 31
19. - 19. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - MIAMI FL - 31
20. - 23. - 21 - TOM ROJEWSKI - ZANESVILLE OH - 31
21. - 1. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 23 - DNF
22. - 7. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 3 - DNF
23. - 9. - 99 - MARK BRAINARD - DAYTON OH - 0 - DNF
 
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#28 Michael Ferner

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 18:51

Hello Rob, and welcome!

 

I'd be interested in your 1987 points table. I have constructed reasonably complete points tables for most years, but have not been able to do so for the first two years, and 1987 is particularly bad, missing results for several races. Here is the one I constructed for 1989 - it's not complete, and (as usual in my data) yellow fields mean suspect data, or constructed from points standings.

 

barber89points.jpg

 

I hope this works - if it's too small to read, click on it and it should open larger.



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Posted 23 March 2021 - 19:01

1987 – race 4 of 12

June 7, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Ohio. – 35,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 2.4 mile road course over 20 laps = 48 miles

Pole: #4 Robbie Buhl, 1:34.949 – 90.996 mph

FL: #17 Tim Colwell, 1:35.120 – 90.833 mph on lap 17

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 2. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 20 - 31:23.770 - 91.731 mph
2. - 3. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 20 - +0:01.704
3. - 4. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 20
4. - 5. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 20
5. - 7. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 20
6. - 6. - 99 - MARK BRAINARD - DAYTON OH - 20
7. - 8. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 20
8. - 10. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 20
9. - 18. - 27 - GUISEPPE CIPRIANI - VENICE ITALY - 20
10. - 9. - 5 - CHARLES WILLIS - GERMANTOWN TN - 20
11. - 17. - 21 - TOM ROJEWSKI - ZANESVILLE OH - 20
12. - 19. - 88 - DENNY RIGA - NEW ALBANY OH - 20
13. - 13. - 25 - STEVE LEVINSOHN - ELKHART LAKE WI - 20
14. - 14. - 9 - PIERRE HUANG - SHAKER HEIGHTS OH - 20
15. - 15. - 19 - GRANT RYAN - PALATAINE IL - 20
16. - 22. - 55 - JOHN FINCH - LONDON ENGLAND - 20
17. - 23. - 44 - MICHAEL CARSCADDEN - SYDNEY AUS - 20
18. - 20. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - MIAMI FL - 20
19. - 21. - 93 - RON PAWLEY - COLUMBUS OH - 20
20. - 24. - 8 - NICK KOMLYN - PITTSBURGH PA - 17 - DNF
21. - 11. - 15 - JEFF SIMPSON - TORRANCE CA - 15 - DNF
22. - 1. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 10 - DNF
23. - 16. - 2 - ZOLTAN POLONY - CANTON OH - 8 - DNF
24. - 12. - 11 - JEFF BUTZ - WESTERVILLE OH - 8 - DNF
 
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#30 Doug Nye

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 19:04

Fantastic!!!  More thanks due from me...

 

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#31 Allen Brown

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 19:07

Jesper, I am delighted to see these results.  Have you compiled these in database or spreadsheet form, and if so, would you be willing to share a copy?

 

Many thanks

Allen



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Posted 23 March 2021 - 19:15

1987 – race 5 of 12

July 12, 1987

Evergreen Motors Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA GTO/GTU Championships

Summit Point Raceway, West Virginia – 15,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 2.0 mile road course over 24 laps = 48 miles

Pole: #17 Tim Colwell, 1:18.252 – 92.010 mph

FL: #17 Tim Colwell, 1:18.800 – 91.371 mph on lap 14

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 1. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 24 - 32:17.272 - 89.198 mph
2. - 4. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 24 - +0:12.453
3. - 3. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 24
4. - 2. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 24
5. - 6. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 24
6. - 9. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 24
7. - 7. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 24
8. - 13. - 27 - GUISEPPE CIPRIANI - VENICE ITALY - 24
9. - 11. - 5 - CHARLES WILLIS - GERMANTOWN TN - 24
10. - 10. - 10 - MICHAEL CARSCADDEN - YOWIE BY ASL - 24
11. - 16. - 2 - DANNY GURNEY - SHELBYVILLE OH - 24
12. - 18. - 44 - KEN SMITH - LEDGEWOOD NJ - 24
13. - 12. - 11 - JEFF BUTZ - WESTERVILLE OH - 24
14. - 14. - 18 - MIKE CIASULLI - EDISON NJ - 23
15. - 17. - 19 - RUSSELL ROE - LANDING NJ - 23
16. - 19. - 88 - DENNY RIGA - NEW ALBANY OH - 23
17. - 15. - 25 - TERRY MARSHALL - SALYERSVILLE KY - 13 - DNF
18. - 5. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - MIAMI FL - 5 - DNF
19. - 8. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 0 - DNF


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Posted 23 March 2021 - 19:39

1987 – race 6 of 12

July 25, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Portland International Raceway, Oregon – 30,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 1.915 mile road course over 25 laps = 47.875 miles

Pole: #9 Mark Wybonrny, 1:12.754 – 94.758 mph

FL: #17 Tim Colwell, 1:12.990 – 94.451 mph on lap 20

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 3. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 25 - 30:45.840 - 93.372 mph
2. - 2. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 25 - +0:01.710
3. - 1. - 9 - MARK WYBORNY - NATIONAL CITY CA - 25
4. - 4. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 25
5. - 5. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - MIAMI FL - 25
6. - 6. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 25
7. - 7. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 25
8. - 14. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 25
9. - 9. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 25
10. - 8. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 25
11. - 10. - 8 - RAY KONG - SAN JOSE CA - 25
12. - 11. - 2 - DANIEL HAURI - AARAU SWITZERLAND - 25
13. - 13. - 5 - WIN MAYNARD - MONROE WA - 25
14. - 15. - 10 - MICHAEL CARSCADDEN - YOWIE BY AUS - 25
15. - 16. - 11 - MIKE SILCOX - PORTLAND OR - 25
16. - 12. - 88 - DENNY RIGA - NEW ALBANY NY - 25
17. - 17. - 93 - RON PAWLEY - COLUMBUS OH - 24
18. - 19. - 25 - DAVID PHELAN - SEWARD AL - 24
19. - 18. - 19 - R J ROSE - PORTLAND OR - 24
 
No retirements!
 
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PS! No problem in sharing Allen, but I just have to work out how! :stoned:


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1987 – race 7 of 12

August 1, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Sears Point International Raceway, California – 44,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 2.523 mile road course over 20 laps = 50.46 miles

Pole: #26 Jeremy Dale, 1:41.627 – 89.374 mph

FL: #9 Mark Wyborny, 1:42.170 – 88.899 mph on lap 15

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 1. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 20 - 36:52.822 - 82.092 mph
2. - 2. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 20 - +0:02.277
3. - 11. - 9 - MARK WYBORNY - NATIONAL CITY CA - 20
4. - 3. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 20
5. - 7. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 20
6. - 9. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 20
7. - 5. - 21 - HENDRIK TEN CATE - BUSSUM HOLLAND - 20
8. - 6. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 20
9. - 8. - 8 - RAY KONG - SAN JOSE CA - 20
10. - 12. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 20
11. - 10. - 27 - GUISEPPE CIPRIANI - VENICE ITALY - 20
12. - 17. - 56 - TERRY McKENNA - MANCHESTER MO - 20
13. - 16. - 88 - DENNY RIGA - NEW ALBANY NY - 20
14. - 18. - 19 - R J ROSE - PORTLAND OR - 19
15. - 15. - 10 - MICHAEL CARSCADDEN - YOWIE BY AUS - 19
16. - 4. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - MIAMI FL - 14 - DNF
17. - 14. - 18 - JOE PEZZA - GLEN COVE NY - 9 - DNF
18. - 13. - 15 - R B STIEWING - CANAAN CT - 4 - DNF
 
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1987 – race 8 of 12

August 8, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Watkins Glen International Circuit, New York – 26,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 3.377 mile road course over 25 laps = 60.7 miles

Pole: #33 Ken Murillo, 1:16.969 – 113.563 mph

FL: #Bruce Feldman, 1:15.970 – 115.056 mph on lap 23

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 1. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 25 - 40:03.697 - 90.910 mph
2. - 2. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 25 - +0:01.150
3. - 4. - 21 - HENDRIK TEN CATE - BUSSUM HOLLAND - 25
4. - 3. - 9 - BOBBY CARVILLE - JOHNSTOWN NY - 25
5. - 6. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 25
6. - 9. - 27 - GUISEPPE CIPRIANI - VENICE ITALY - 25
7. - 11. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 25
8. - 12. - 2 - BOB REID - MILLBROOK NY - 25
9. - 10. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 25
10. - 13. - 8 - NICK KOMLYN - PITTSBURGH PA - 25
11. - 16. - 5 - CHARLES WILLIS - GERMANTOWN TN - 25
12. - 5. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - MIAMI FL - 1 - DNF
13. - 7. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 0 - DNF
14. - 8. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 0 - DNF
15. - 14. - 19 - BRIAN BONNER - LYNFIELD MA - 0 - DNF
16. - 15. - 10 - MICHAEL CARSCADDEN - YOWIE BY AUS - 0 - DNF
 
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1987 – race 9 of 12

August 30, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

Road America, Wisconsin – 45,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 4 mile road course over 11 laps = 44 miles

Pole: #21 Hendrik Ten Cate, 2:25.948 – 98.665 mph

FL: #4 Robbie Buhl, 2:27.305 – 97.756 mph on lap 11

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 2. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 11 - 27:17.260 - 96.747 mph
2. - 3. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 11 - +0:00.680
3. - 6. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 11
4. - 5. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 11
5. - 4. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 11
6. - 1. - 21 - HENDRIK TEN CATE - BUSSUM HOLLAND - 11
7. - 13. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 11
8. - 16. - 99 - STEVE LEVINSOHN - ST LOUIS MO - 11
9. - 14. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 11
10. - 17. - 88 - DENNY RIGA - NEW ALBANY OH - 11
11. - 18. - 18 - JEFF BUTZ - WESTERVILLE OH - 11
12. - 21. - 71 - MARK BEHM - APPLETON WI - 11
13. - 12. - 5 - CHARLES WILLIS - GERMANTOWN TN - 11
14. - 19. - 25 - TERRY MARSHALL - SALYERSVILLE KY - 11
15. - 24. - 2 - TOM ALLEN - SAN ANTONIO TX - 11
16. - 22. - 19 - BRIAN BONNER - LYNFIELD MA - 11
17. - 23. - 11 - GEORGE BRUGGENTHIES - CHICAGO IL - 11
18. - 9. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 11
19. - 25. - 30 - PAUL BRIAN - OAKBROOK IL - 11
20. - 15. - 6 - TED WOERNER - WOODRIDGE IL - 9
21. - 11. - 56 - TERRY McKENNA - MANCHESTER MO - 7 - DNF
22. - 7. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - BOGOTA COLOMBIA - 1 - DNF
23. - 8. - 9 - MARK WYBORNY - NATIONAL CITY CA - 1 - DNF
24. - 20. - 8 - NICK KOMLYN - PITTSBURGH PA - 1 - DNF
25. - 10. - 27 - GUISEPPE CIPRIANI - VENICE ITALY - 0 - DNF
 
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Posted 23 March 2021 - 20:05

1987 – race 10 of 12

September 6, 1987

Gunn Saab Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA Camel GT Championships

San Antonio, Texas – 50,000 spectators

30-minute race on a 1.67 mile street course over 17 laps = 28.39 miles

Pole: #21 Hendrik Ten Cate, 1:17.284 – 77.791 mph

FL: #26 Jeremy Dale, 1:17.130 – 77.946 mph on lap 11

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 4. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 17 - 28:50.690 - 59.054 mph
2. - 9. - 8 - WILLIAM HENDERSON - FT WORTH TX - 17 - +0:02.730
3. - 3. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 17
4. - 7. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 17
5. - 1. - 21 - HENDRIK TEN CATE - BUSSUM HOLLAND - 17
6. - 6. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 17
7. - 2. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - BOGOTA COLUMBIA - 17
8. - 10. - 99 - SCOTT ANDERSON - HOUSTON TX - 17
9. - 14. - 19 - BRIAN BONNER - LYNFIELD MA - 17
10. - 15. - 25 - TERRY MARSHALL - SALYERSVILLE KY - 17
11. - 13. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 17
12. - 17. - 18 - KEN NEAL - SAN ANTONIO TX - 16
13. - 19. - 11 - GREG GALLASPY - SAN ANTONIO TX - 11 - DNF
14. - 16. - 2 - TOM ALLEN - SAN ANTONIO TX - 9 - DNF
15. - 5. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINTE MI - 2 - DNF
16. - 18. - 71 - REX McDANIEL - FT WORTH TX - 2 - DNF
17. - 8. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 1 - DNF
18. - 12. - 1 - GREG HOBBS - PRIORS HARDWICK ENG - 1 - DNF
19. - 11. - 9 - MARK WYBORNY - NATIONAL CITY CA - 1 - DNF
 
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Posted 23 March 2021 - 20:12

1987 – race 11 of 12

September 27, 1987

Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the IMSA GTO/GTU Championships

Watkins Glen International – ? spectators

30-minute race on a 3.377 mile road course over 18 laps = 60.786 miles

Pole: #21 Hendrik Ten Cate, 1:58.722 – 102.401 mph

FL: #17 Tim Colwell, 2:00.990 – 100.481 mph on lap 14

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 2. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 18 - 36:30.339 - 99.907 mph
2. - 4. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 18 - +0:04.446
3. - 7. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - BOGOTA COLOMBIA - 18
4. - 8. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINTE MI - 18
5. - 1. - 21 - HENDRIK TEN CATE - BUSSUM HOLLAND - 18
6. - 5. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 18
7. - 11. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 18
8. - 10. - 19 - BRIAN BONNER - LYNFIELD MA - 18
9. - 15. - 5 - CHARLES WILLIS - GERMANTOWN TN - 18
10. - 12. - 2 - BOB REID - MILLBROOK NY - 18
11. - 9. - 9 - CHRISTIAN SCHNEIDER - BLARSTWN NJ - 18
12. - 13. - 18 - JEFF BUTZ - WESTERVILLE OH - 18
13. - 16. - 99 - SCOTT ANDERSON - FT WORTH TX - 18
14. - 14. - 8 - NICK KOMLYN - PITTSBURGH PA - 18
15. - 3. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 17
16. - 6. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 6 - DNF
 
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Edited by 70JesperOH, 23 March 2021 - 20:13.


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Posted 23 March 2021 - 20:21

1987 – race 12 of 12

November 1, 1987

Gulf Bank International Barber Saab Pro Series – support to the Nissan Indy Challenge

Tamiami Park, Florida – ? spectators

30-minute race on a 1.78 mile street course over 20 laps = 35 miles

Pole: #2 Juan Fangio II, 1:12.074 – 87.410 mph

FL: #3 Bruce Feldman, 1:23.029 – 75.877 mph on lap 20 – wet race?

 

Pos. - Grid - # - Driver – Town, State – Laps – Time – Mph – Notes

1. - 1. - 2 - J M FANGIO - BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA - 20 - 32:17.992 - 65.016 mph
2. - 6. - 21 - HENDRIK TEN CATE - BUSSUM HOLLAND - 20 - +0:13.980
3. - 3. - 17 - TIM COLWELL - DAVIE WEST FL - 20
4. - 5. - 3 - BRUCE FELDMAN - RIDGEWOOD NJ - 20
5. - 8. - 57 - ANDY SWETT - HOUSTON TX - 20
6. - 7. - 14 - BOBBY CARVILLE - JOHNSTOWN NY - 20
7. - 4. - 33 - KEN MURILLO - SAN RAMON CA - 20
8. - 11. - 4 - ROBBIE BUHL - GROSSE POINT MI - 20
9. - 12. - 71 - BEN BARTEL - WOOSTER OH - 20
10. - 25. - 22 - FERNANDO CAPABLANCA - MIAMI FL - 20
11. - 20. - 30 - JEFF BUTZ - WESTERVILLE OH - 20
12. - 24. - 15 - MIKE ALLISON - SALISBURY CT - 20
13. - 10. - 81 - JOHN ESTUPINAN - BOGOTA COLUMBIA - 20
14. - 13. - 7 - STEPHEN HYNES - MENDHAM NJ - 20
15. - 14. - 99 - SCOTT ANDERSON - HOUSTON TX - 20
16. - 17. - 5 - CHARLES WILLIS - GERMANTOWN TN - 20
17. - 19. - 12 - TOM ROJEWSKI - ZANESVILLE OH - 20
18. - 18. - 25 - TERRY MARSHALL - SALYERSVILLE OH - 19
19. - 23. - 18 - MIKE CIASULLI - EDISON NJ - 19
20. - 15. - 8 - NICK KOMLYN - PITTSBURGH PA - 19
21. - 26. - 11 - GREG GALLASPY - SAN ANTONIO TX - 19
22. - 16. - 27 - GUISEPPE CIPRIANI - VENICE ITALY - 15 - DNF
23. - 2. - 26 - JEREMY DALE - TORONTO ONT - 12 - DNF
24. - 22. - 88 - DENNY RIGA - NEW ALBANY OH - 12 - DNF
25. - 21. - 56 - KEN BEHR - HOLLYWOOD FL - 1 - DNF
26. - 9. - 19 - BRIAN BONNER - LYNFIELD MA - 0 - DNF
 
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#40 Michael Ferner

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 20:34

Don't worry, Jesper and Allen, I am updating my Excel file as we speak, and have been doing so the last few weeks - I have now almost 5,000 lines of data, with virtually complete results for the years 1995 to 2001, also many practice times. You will both get a copy, and Doug will get the update, too! Just give me a day or two. :smoking:



#41 Rob1959

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Posted 24 March 2021 - 11:07

For what it's worth, here is my points table from the year in question. clearly not as full of information compared to Michael's earlier post, but it serves my requirements

 

1987 Barber Saab                           Pro Series                         Best 10   Miami Rd At Lime M Ohio Summ Port Sears WG Rd Am San A WG Miami Results Ken Murillo 1st 1st - 2nd 2nd 6th 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd - 7th 142 Bruce Feldman 2nd 4th 1st 5th - 7th 6th 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 4th 136 Jeremy Dale 4th 3rd 5th 1st 3rd 4th 1st 5th 1st 6th - - 126 Tim Colwell - - 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 4th - 5th 4th 2nd 3rd 122 Greg Hobbs 5th 6th 3rd 4th 5th 9th 5th - - - - - 54 Hendrik ten Cate - - - - - - 7th 3rd 6th 5th 5th 2nd 53 Robbie Buhl - - - - 4th 2nd 8th 9th 4th - 4th 8th 53 Mark Wyborny 3rd 2nd - - - 3rd 3rd - - - - - 51 Andy Swett - - - 7th 7th 10th - 7th 7th - 6th 5th 31 John Estupinan - - - - - 5th - - - 7th 3rd - 24 Stephen Hynes - 8th 9th 8th 6th 8th 10th - 9th - 7th - 24 Juan-Manuel Fangio - - - - - - - - - - - 1st 20 Bobby Carville - - - - - - - 4th - - - 6th 16 William Henderson - - - - - - - - - 2nd - - 15 Jeff Simpson - 7th 4th - - - - - - - - - 14 Mark Brainerd - 5th - 6th - - - - - - - - 14 Giuseppe Cipriani - - - 9th 8th - - 6th - - - - 11 Charles Willis - 9th - 10th 9th - - - - - 9th - 7 Willy Lewis - - 6th - - - - - - - - - 6 Tom Rojewski 6th - - - - - - - - - - - 6 Brian Bonner - - - - - - - - - 9th 8th - 5 Fomfar 7th - - - - - - - - - - - 4 Jeff Purner - - 7th - - - - - - - - - 4 Bob Reid - - - - - - - 8th - - 10th - 4 Scott Anderson - - - - - - - - - 8th - - 3 Mike Ciasulli 8th - - - - - - - - - - - 3 Daniel Hauri - - 8th - - - - - - - - - 3 Steve Levinsohn - - - - - - - - 8th - - - 3 Ben Bartel - - - - - - - - - - - 9th 2 Ray Kong - - - - - - 9th - - - - - 2 Mark Reeves 9th - - - - - - - - - - - 2 Fernando Capablanca - - - - - - - - - - - 10th 1 Michael Carscadden - - - - 10th - - - - - - - 1 Paco Diaz 10th - - - - - - - - - - - 1 John Holzman - 10th - - - - - - - - - - 1 Nick Komlyn - - - - - - - 10th - - - - 1 Terry Marshall - - - - - - - - - 10th - - 1 Denny Riga - - - - - - - - 10th - - - 1 RB Stiewing - - 10th - - - - - - - - - 1                             Points System 20,15,12,10,8,6,4,3,2,1                          

 



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Posted 24 March 2021 - 11:10

Oh dear, my attempt to simply copy and past a spreadsheet on here has clearly failed this technophobe. If you'd rather I email the document, then message me email details.

 

I should also add that a point for pole position hadn't been introduced in 1987 (just in case but you're not aware of that)


Edited by Rob1959, 24 March 2021 - 11:17.


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Posted 24 March 2021 - 11:54

Thanks for sharing your data on 1989 Michael. If anyone has got the results for those three rounds marked in yellow (Jesper, do you have the data?), I'm sure both Michael and myself would be grateful if these are posted on here.

 

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Posted 24 March 2021 - 11:55

Here are the pages from On Track that I sent Doug.  These are just to show what sort of info was available in On Track.  

 

https://www.oldracin...6-09-15-090.jpg

https://www.oldracin...7-02-16-042.jpg

https://www.oldracin...7-02-16-043.jpg

 

I had forgotten you can't just post up attachments on this forum!



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Posted 24 March 2021 - 12:10

Thanks for sharing your data on 1989 Michael. If anyone has got the results for those three rounds marked in yellow (Jesper, do you have the data?), I'm sure both Michael and myself would be grateful if these are posted on here.

 

Rob

 

1987 is the only year I have results like what I posted earlier, and I'm not shure if non-starters are missing from the 1987 IMSA book. The only other source I have are from Autosport.

 

Last night I discovered something that looked like it's possible to copy and paste a spread sheat to these pages, but never got around to trying it, but I'll have a look later today.

 

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Posted 24 March 2021 - 19:18

I have a very few non-starters in my records, and I believe there were generally none, unless someone wrecked in practice and was unable to afford the repairs. Remember, all the cars were prepared by SBRS, and it wouldn't have looked good if a driver missed a race because of mechanical problems. In fact, all but a very few race retirements were because of accidents - those cars were pretty simple and rugged, and unless you abused them they ran like clockwork. Also, there were apparently no minimum requirements to start a race, and even drivers who were several seconds off the pace were allowed to start - SBRS were happy to take the money, after all!

 

Thanks to all the posts in this thread, I have now been able to complete my initial task of finding the top six finishers for each race - Allen's scan of the On Track report from Lime Rock was the final clincher, which allowed me to reconstruct three other races from points standings... just! :D Thanks to all those who have posted, and I will come back with a couple of overall statistics. Now that my initial task is fulfilled, I have come so close to complete results for all races that I will not stop here, of course, so if anyone has something to add, feel free to post away.... :cat:



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Pos.	#	DRIVER		        BestP.	Points	R01	R02	R03	R04	R05	R06	R07	R08	R09	R10	R11	R12
1.	33	KEN MURILLO		1.	142	20	20	[22]	15	15	6	15	20	15	12	[16]	4
2.	3	BRUCE FELDMAN		1.	136	15	10	20	8	[19]	4	6	15	12	20	20	10
3.	26	JEREMY DALE		1.	126	10	12	8	20	12	10	20	8	20	6	[15]	[23]
4.	17	TIM COLWELL		1.	122		[14]	15	12	20	20	10	[14]	8	10	15	12
5.	1	GREG HOBBS		3.	54	8	6	12	10	8	2	8	[13]	[18]	[18]		
6.	21	HENDRIK TEN CATE	2.	53							4	12	6	8	8	15
7.	4	ROBBIE BUHL		2.	53			[21]	[22]	10	15	3	2	10	[15]	10	3
8.	9	MARK WYBORNY		2.	51	12	15	[13]			12	12		[23]	[19]		
9.	57	ANDY SWETT		5.	31		[19]	[15]	4	4	1		4	4	[17]	6	8
10.	81	JOHN ESTUPINAN		3.	24	[22]	[11]	[19]	[18]	[18]	8	[16]	[12]	[22]	4	12	[13]
11.	7	STEPHEN HYNES		6.	24	[25]	3	2	3	6	3	1		2	[11]	4	[14]
12.	2	JUAN FANGIO II		1.	20												20
13.	9+14	BOBBY CARVILLE		4.	16								10				6
14.	8	WILLIAM HENDERSON	2.	15										15		
15.	25+15	JEFF SIMPSON		4.	14		4	10	[21]								
16.	99	MARK BRAINARD		5.	14	[18]	8	[23]	6								
17.	27	GUISEPPE CIPRIANI	6.	11	[24]		[14]	2	3		[11]	6	[25]			[22]
18.	5	CHARLES WILLIS		9.	7	[11]	2		1	2			[11]	[13]		2	[16]
19.	21	TOM ROJEWSKI		6.	6	6		[20]	[11]								[17]
19.	80	WILLY LEWIS		6.	6			6									
21.	19	BRIAN BONNER		8.	5			[12]					[15]	[16]	2	3	[26]
22.	12	"FOMFOR"		7.	4	4											
22.	8	JEFF PURNER		7.	4			4									
24.	2	BOB REID		8.	4								3			1	
25.	2	DANIEL HAURI		8.	3			3			[12]						
25.	18	MIKE CIASULLI		8.	3	3	[20]			[14]							[19]
25.	99	SCOTT ANDERSON		8.	3										3	[13]	[15]
25.	25+99	STEVE LEVINSOHN		8.	3				[13]					3			
29.	71	BEN BARTEL		9.	2												2
29.	50	MARK REEVES		9.	2	2											
29.	8	RAY KONG		9.	2						[11]	2					
32.	88	DENNY RIGA		10.	1				[12]	[16]	[16]	[13]		1			[24]
32.	44+22	FERNANDO CAPABLANCA	10.	1	[19]											1
32.	22+37	JOHN HOLTZMAN		10.	1		1	[17]									
32.	44+10	MICHAEL CARSCADDEN	10.	1				[17]	1	[14]	[15]	[16]				
32.	8	NICK KOMLYN		10.	1		[12]		[20]				1	[24]		[14]	[20]
32.	11	PACO DIAZ		10.	1	1											
32.	44+15	R B STIEWING		10.	1			1				[18]					
32.	25	TERRY MARSHALL		10.	1					[17]				[14]	1		[18]
NC	9	CHRISTIAN SCHNEIDER	11.	0											[11]	
NC	2	DANNY GURNEY		11.	0					[11]							
NC	11	JEFF BUTZ		11.	0		[18]		[24]	[13]				[11]		[12]	[11]
NC	5	MIKE ALLISON		11.	0			[11]									[12]
NC	55	JOHN FINCH		12.	0	[12]	[17]	[16]	[16]								
NC	18	KEN NEAL		12.	0										[12]		
NC	44	KEN SMITH		12.	0					[12]							
NC	71	MARK BEHM		12.	0									[12]			
NC	56	TERRY McKENNA		12.	0							[12]		[21]			
NC	44	BILL GURLEY		13.	0		[13]										
NC	11	GREG GALLASPY		13.	0										[13]		[21]
NC	8+56	KEN BEHR		13.	0	[13]											[25]
NC	5	WIN MAYNARD		13.	0						[13]						
NC	10	JOHN HAYES-HARLOW	14.	0	[14]											
NC	9	PIERRE HUANG		14.	0				[14]								
NC	19	R J ROSE		14.	0						[19]	[14]					
NC	2	TOM ALLEN		14.	0									[15]	[14]		
NC	19	GRANT RYAN		15.	0				[15]								
NC	6	JAMES LEE		15.	0	[15]											
NC	11	MIKE SILCOX		15.	0						[15]						
NC	2+71	REX McDANIEL		15.	0		[15]								[16]		
NC	19	RUSSELL ROE		15.	0					[15]							
NC	93	RON PAWLEY		16.	0	[16]	[16]		[19]		[17]						
NC	11	GEORGE BRUGGENTHIES	17.	0									[17]			
NC	25	JOE PEZZA		17.	0			[18]				[17]					
NC	22	MICKEY MINAGORRI	17.	0	[17]											
NC	25	DAVID PHELAN		18.	0						[18]						
NC	30	PAUL BRIAN		19.	0									[19]			
NC	57	ERIC KIELTS		20.	0	[20]											
NC	6	TED WOERNER		20.	0									[20]			
NC	17	RICHARD MYHRE		21.	0	[21]											
NC	30	WALTER RILEY		23.	0	[23]											
NC	2	ZOLTAN POLONY		23.	0				[23]								

1987 IMSA Barber Saab Pro Series final standings according to the 1987 IMSA yearbook. Finishers in the points according to the book, the rest according to me ranked after best race finish outside points positions.

 

Points for top-10 finishes distributed as 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1. [x] finishes outside top-10.

 

It took an extra day to get the table to this stage, but worthwhile.

 

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Posted 25 March 2021 - 18:23

Looks very good! :up: