| 1968 World Sportscar Championship|
The 1969 World Sportscar Championship season was the 17th season of FIA World Sportscar Championship motor racing. It featured the 1969 International Championship for Makes, which was a series for FIA Group 6 Prototype Sports Cars, Group 4 Sports Cars and Group 3 Grand Touring Cars and the 1969 International Cup for GT Cars, which was restricted to Group 3 Grand Touring Cars. The season ran from 1 February 1969 to 10 August 1969 and comprised 10 races.
Porsche won both the International Championship for Makes and the International Cup for GT Cars.
1969 World Sportscar Championship Wikipedia
† - Sportscars & Sports Prototypes only, GT category did not participate.
Points were awarded to the top six finishers in each race on a 9-6-4-3-2-1 basis. Manufacturers were only given points for their highest finishing car in each race with no points awarded for positions gained by any other cars from that manufacturer.
Sports, Sports Prototype and GT cars were eligible to score points for their manufacturer in the overall championship and the GT category also had its own separate award.
Cars that were not included in the Sports, Sports Prototype or GT categories in a race were not eligible to score points for the overall championship.
Only the best five points finishes counted towards a manufacturer's total, with any other points earned being discarded. Discarded points are shown within brackets in the tables below.
The GT class did not participate in Round 3.
The following models contributed to the nett points totals of their respective manufacturers:Porsche 908/2 & 908L
Lola T70 Mk.3B & T70 Mk.3 Chevrolet
Chevron B8 BMW
Alfa Romeo T33/2
Chevrolet Corvette & Camaro
Lancia Fulvia HF Zagato