92-40HEADER.jpg

Photograph Copyright: © Paul Kooyman

Sportscars

Group C / C Jnr / B / 2 - Touring

1983 FIA World / European Endurance Championship

All events covered a distance of 1,000 km (except the 24 Hours of Le Mans) with the first five events of the World and European Endurance Championship held together. The points system used for both championships was as follows: 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1 for the top 10 drivers in each race.

Car & Team

Race

Final Standings - FIA World Endurance

Final Standings - European Endurance

Group C / C Jnr / 6 / 5

1983 Norisring Trophäe / Bilstein Cup

Part of the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft (DRM) championship but run as a non-championship race. The event was run with endurance cars but on a shorter sprint race format and therefore didn't require driver changes.

Car & Team

Race

Group C1 / C2 / IMSA / B

1984 Norisring Trophäe

Run as a non-championship race over the same weekend as the Norisring round of the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft (DRM) championship. The event was run with endurance cars but on a shorter sprint race format and therefore didn't require driver changes.

Car & Team

Race

Group C1 / C2 / IMSA / B

1984 Internationale Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft (IDRM)

One of only three races held under the Internationale Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft banner. Organisers used three WEC (World Endurance Championship) races as additional IDRM point races. As this was a sprint race format it didn't require driver changes. 

Car & Team

Races

Group A (Div. 3 - 1)  Group N (Div. 5 - 1)

1989 24 Heures de Francorchamps - Lotto Trophy

This was the first comeback race for Keke after retiring after the 1986 F1 season and would inspire him to restart his racing career. The drive was organised with Jean-Pierre Van Rossem who owned the Moneytron team and the Onyx Formula 1 team that had given JJ Lehto his F1 debut.

Car & Team

Race

Group C1

1990 FIA World Sports-Prototype Championship

The points system used for this championship was as follows: 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1 for the top 10 drivers at each race. The car was entered into the final two races of the season as preparation for Peugeot's entry as a factory team on the full championship for the 1991 season.

Car & Team

Races

Group C1 / C2

1991 FIA Sportscar World Championship

The points system used for this championship was as follows: 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1 for the top 10 drivers at each race. The car was fast but unreliable with Keke and Yannick either winning or not finishing races. The Peugeot Talbot Sport squad would still finish 2nd in the Teams' Championship.

Car & Team

Races

Final Standings

The information / data used on this page was obtained from multiple sources.

Please visit our Info Sources section for further detail regarding what resources were used.