2003 FIA Sportscar Championship Nogaro - Statistics

Statistics

  • Pole Position - #2 Racing for Holland - 1:23.235
  • Fastest Lap - #2 Racing for Holland - 1:23.906
  • Distance - 374.508 km
  • Average Speed - 149.195 km/h


FIA Sportscar Championship
Previous race:
2003 1000km of Spa
2003 season Next race:
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