With the final race of 2019 completed at Sebring International Raceway just a few days ago, it is time to post the final qualifying standings for the 2020 TireRack.com ChampCar Endurance Series National Championship. With 554 cars meeting the championship qualifications, 79 cars ultimately qualified.
Visceral Racing Group’s 1987 Porsche 944RS finishes on top with two first places out of 14 races attended. Cone Crushers and their 1987 Porsche 944 followed closely behind with two wins out of nine races.
Third place goes to the mighty 1991 Honda CRX of RBank Racing / 90Racing.com. The RVA Graphics & Wraps 1989 BMW E30 dominated the NCM Motorsports Park weekend to take 4th place. The Basil Weenie 1990 Mazda Miata did well in Texas to take home 5th and Huggins Pinkies Out 1988 BMW E30 won at Road Atlanta, the VIR24, and VIR North to take 6th.
The Van Buren Boys/Kruse Racing 2006 Nissan Altima took 1st at Road America and Sebring NYE to push up to 7th on the last day of the season. Doorslammers 1988 Pontiac Fiero Ecotec owned Auto Club Speedway by taking first on both days, thus moving up to 8th in the final standings.
Ludicrous Speed’s 1991 Toyota MR2 V6 was unstoppable at the spring Road America and put the MR2 into the 9th position.
Rounding out the top ten for the 2020 Championship is the Porsche Defectors 1987 BMW E30 who took the weekend at Thunderhill.

The next stop for the 2020 TireRack.com ChampCar Endurance Series National Championship is at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California on February 15 and 16, 2020.

February 15-February 16, 2020
SONOMA RACEWAY: Test + D7, $1625
Sonoma, CA
“2020 National Championship”
Early Pay Discount Ends: December 17, 2019
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Download the official standings below:

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