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Would It Be Posible To Create a New World Sportscar Championship?

In 1993, one of the biggest calamities in the history of motorsport occurred: The World Sportscar Championship collapsed. The collapse may have actually been the intention of the FIA. But whether you believe it or not, it was without a doubt the FIA introducing the 3.5-liter Group C formula that ultimately destroyed it. The WSC hadn't quite been a fully worldwide championship for some time, of course, but it was the last one there ever was, and to see it gone was truly sad. In its waning days, the 3.5-liter Group Cs gave us some cars that would have been exciting to see further developed, such as the Allard J2X-C. But the worldwide nature of sportscar racing was what has been truly missed since then. Regional championships have managed to ...

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