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The regulations permitted vehicle modifications beyond those allowed in the concurrent Group 1 and Group 2 Touring Car categories.
The minimum production requirement remained at 25 and the engine capacity maximum at 5 litres as had applied in the superseded Group 4.
During the FIA decided to replace the existing Group 5 Sports Car category when the rules expired at the end of the season, so the big s and s would have to be retired at the end of that year.
Surprisingly, Ferrari decided to give up any official effort with the in order to prepare for the new season regulations. But many s were still raced by private teams, most of them converted to M specification. As a result of the rule change, sports car racing popularity suffered and did not recover until the following decade, with the advent of Group C which incidentally were forced out of competition in favour of the 3.
Background to the 5 Litre Sports Car category[ edit ] In an effort to reduce the speeds generated at Le Mans and other fast circuits of the day by the unlimited capacity Group 6 Prototypes such as the Gte entry requirement litre Fords, and to entice manufacturers of 3 litre Formula One engines into endurance racing, the Commission Sportive Internationale then the independent competition arm of the FIA announced that the new International Championship for Makes Gte entry requirement be run for Group 6 Sports-Prototypes limited to 3 litre capacity for the four years from through Well-aware that few manufacturers were ready to immediately take up the challenge, the CSI also allowed the participation of 5 litre Group 4 Sports Cars manufactured in quantities of at least 50 units.
In Aprilthe CSI announced that, as there were still too few entries in the 3 litres Group 6 Prototype category, the minimal production figure to compete in the Group 4 Sport category of the International Championship of Makes would be reduced from 50 to 25 starting in through to the planned end of the rules in This was mainly to allow the homologation in Group 4 of cars such as the Ferrari LM and the Lola T70 which had not been manufactured in sufficient quantities to qualify unless, in the case of the Lola T70, the open Can-Am cars were counted as well.
Starting in JulyPorsche made a surprising and very expensive effort to take advantage of this rule. As they were rebuilding race cars with new chassis every race or two anyway, they decided to conceive, design and build 25 versions of a whole new car for the Sport category with one underlying goal: In only ten months the Porsche was developed, based upon the Porschewith remarkable technology: Porsche's first cylinder engine, and many components made of titanium, magnesium and exotic alloys that had been developed for lightweight hillclimb racers.
Other ways of weight reduction were rather simple, like a gear lever knob made of Balsa wood.
When Porsche was first visited by the CSI inspectors only three cars were completed, while 18 were being assembled and seven additional sets of parts were present. Porsche argued that if they assembled the cars they would then have to take them apart again to prepare the cars for racing. The inspectors refused the homologation and asked to see 25 assembled and working cars.
During JuneEnzo Ferrari sold half of his stock to FIATand used some of that money to do what Porsche did 6 months earlier with theto build 25 cars powered by a 5-litre V12 in order to compete against them. With the financial help of Fiat, that risky investment was made, and surplus cars were intended to be sold to racing customers to compete for the season.
Within 9 months Ferrari manufactured 25 S cars.
They were considered as field fillers, never as candidate for a win. The instability problem was resolved with a revised rear hatch, which was called K Kurzheck. There was a long tail version known as the LH Langheck.
Towards the end of the season, Ferrari entered some races with a new version of thethe M which had a revised bodywork 3rd Generation Group 5 — "Sports Cars" to [ edit ] Group 5 Ferrari PB competing in the World Championship for Makes Forthe FIA applied the Group 5 classification to what had previously been known as the Group 6 Prototype Sports Cars category.
These cars, now officially Group 5 Sports Cars, were limited to a 3-litre engine capacity and were to be the main competitors in events counting towards the FIA's newly renamed World Championship for Makes from to Unlike the old Group 5, there was no minimum production requirement. The FIA rules restricted the width of the car, therefore cars were built with standard body widths but wide mudguard extensions.
The regulation required only the bonnet, roof, doors and rail panel were left unmodified.
The category was also mostly associated with the wide boxy wheel arches and extravagant body style. Group 5 cars[ edit ].RDSS provides consulting, analysis, hardware and software development for mobile data communications and tracking needs.
Group 5 was an FIA motor racing classification which was applied to four distinct categories during the years to Initially Group 5 regulations defined a Special Touring Car category and from to the classification was applied to limited production Sports Cars restricted to 5 . Please wait, loading image and text (, bytes).
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