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Mistrzostwa Świata Samochodów Sportowych

World Sportscar Championship
(Mistrzostwa Świata Samochodów Sportowych)
Kategoria Wyścigi samochodowe
Region Międzynarodowe
Pierwszy sezon 1953
Ostatni sezon 1992
Ostatni mistrz
kierowców
Yannick Dalmas
Derek Warwick
Ostatni mistrz
zespołów
Peugeot Talbot Sport

Mistrzostwa Świata Samochodów Sportowych (World Sportscar Championship) – światowa seria wyścigowa samochodów sportowych organizowana przez FIA w latach 1953-1992. Seria ta była znana na całym świecie i uchodziła, obok Formuły 1, za jedną z dwóch najważniejszych serii wyścigowych. Były tu zaangażowane największe firmy motoryzacyjne na świecie.

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Sezon Oficjalna nazwa serii Konstruktor
(1953 - 1984)
Zespół
(1985 - 1992)
Kierowca
(1981 - 1992)
1953 World Championship for Sports Cars 2   Ferrari - -
1954 World Championship for Sports Cars - -
1955 World Championship for Sports Cars   Mercedes-Benz - -
1956 World Championship for Sports Cars 3   Ferrari - -
1957 World Championship for Sports Cars - -
1958 World Championship for Sports Cars - -
1959 World Championship for Sports Cars   Aston Martin - -
1960 World Championship for Sports Cars 2   Ferrari - -
1961 World Championship for Sports Cars - -
1962 International Championship for GT Manufacturers   Ferrari (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
  Fiat-Abarth (1.0)
- -
1963 International Championship for GT Manufacturers   Ferrari (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
  Fiat-Abarth (1.0)
- -
1963 International GT Prototypes Trophy   Ferrari - -
1964 International Championship for GT Manufacturers   Ferrari (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
  Abarth-Simca (1.0)
- -
1964 International GT Prototypes Trophy   Porsche - -
1965 International Championship for GT Manufacturers   Shelby (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
  Abarth-Simca (1.3)
- -
1965 International GT Prototypes Trophy   Ferrari - -
1966 International Championship for Sports-Prototypes   Ford (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
- -
1966 International Championship for Sports Cars   Ford (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
  Abarth (1.3)
- -
1967 International Championship for Sports-Prototypes   Ferrari (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
- -
1967 International Championship for Sports Cars   Ford (+2.0)
  Porsche (2.0)
  Abarth (1.3)
- -
1968 International Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Ford
  Porsche
- -
1969 International Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Porsche
  Porsche
- -
1970 International Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Porsche
  Porsche
- -
1971 International Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Porsche
  Porsche
- -
1972 World Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Ferrari
  Porsche
- -
1973 World Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Matra
  Porsche
- -
1974 World Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Matra
  Porsche
- -
1975 World Championship for Makes
International Cup for GT Cars
  Alfa Romeo
  Porsche
- -
1976 World Championship for Makes   Porsche - -
1976 World Championship for Sports Cars   Porsche - -
1977 World Championship for Makes   Porsche - -
1977 World Championship for Sports Cars   Alfa Romeo - -
1978 World Championship for Makes   Porsche - -
1979 World Championship for Makes   Porsche (+2.0)
  Lancia (2.0)
- -
1980 World Championship for Makes   Porsche (+2.0)
  Lancia (2.0)
- -
1981 World Endurance Championship   Porsche (+2.0)
  Lancia (2.0)
-   Bob Garretson
1982 World Endurance Championship   Porsche - 2  Jacky Ickx
1983 World Endurance Championship   Porsche (C)
  Alba-Giannini (C Jnr)
  Porsche (B)
-
1984 World Endurance Championship   Porsche (C)
  Alba-Giannini (C Jnr)
  BMW (B)
-   Stefan Bellof
1985 World Endurance Championship -   Rothmans Porsche (C)
  Spice Engineering (C2)
  Derek Bell (C)
  Hans-Joachim Stuck (C)
  Gordon Spice (C2)
  Ray Bellm (C2)
1986 World Sports Prototype Championship -   Brun Motorsport (C)
  Ecurie Ecosse (C2)
  Derek Bell (C)
  Gordon Spice (C2)
  Ray Bellm (C2)
1987 World Sports Prototype Championship - 2   Silk Cut Jaguar (C)
  Spice Engineering (C2)
  Raúl Boesel (C)
  Gordon Spice (C2)
  Fermín Vélez (C2)
1988 World Sports Prototype Championship -   Martin Brundle (C)
  Gordon Spice (C2)
  Ray Bellm (C2)
1989 World Sports Prototype Championship -   Team Sauber Mercedes (C)
  Chamberlain Engineering (C2)
  Jean-Louis Schlesser (C)
  Nick Adams (C2)
  Fermín Vélez
1990 World Sports Prototype Championship -   Team Sauber Mercedes   Jean-Louis Schlesser
  Mauro Baldi
1991 World Sports Car Championship -   Silk Cut Jaguar   Teo Fabi
1992 World Sports Car Championship -   Peugeot Talbot Sport (C1)
  Chamberlain Engineering (Cup)
  Derek Warwick (C1)
  Yannick Dalmas (C1)
  Ferdinand de Lesseps (Cup)