| 1979 World Sportscar Championship|
The 1977 World Sports Car Championship season was the 25th season of FIA World Sportscar Championship motor racing. It featured two separate World Championship series.The 1977 World Championship for Sports Cars, which was contested by Group 6 Two-Seater Racing Cars
The 1977 World Championship for Makes, which was open to cars from various production-based categories including Group 5 Special Production Cars
In 1978 the World Championship of Makes would become the sole international series, while the World Championship for Sports Cars would be downgraded by the FIA to become the European Sportscar Championship. The European Championship was discontinued at the end of the 1978 season.
1977 World Sportscar Championship Wikipedia
The 1977 World Championship for Sports Cars, which was restricted to Group 6 Two-Seater Racing Cars, was contested over an eight race series which ran from 17 April to 18 September 1977. The championship was won by Alfa Romeo.
Points towards the 1977 World Championship for Sports Cars were awarded to each relevant car manufacturer for the first ten places in each race in the order of 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1. Points were only awarded for the best placed car from each manufacturer at each race with no points given for places gained by other cars from the same manufacturer. Only the best six results counted towards each manufacturer’s championship total, with any other points earned not included. Discarded points are shown within brackets in the table below.
Results of the 1977 World Championship for Sports Cars were as follows.
The following models contributed to the nett point scores of their respective manufacturers in the 1977 World Championship for Sports Cars.Alfa Romeo 33SC12
Osella PA5 BMW & PA5 Ford
Lola T294 Ford & T296 Ford
Chevron B36 ROC Chrysler-Simca, B23 Ford, B31 Ford, B36 Ford, B31 Chrysler-Simca & B36 BMW
Sauber C5 BMW
TOJ SC302 Ford
AMS 277 Fiat & 277 Ford
McLaren M8F Chevrolet
March 76S BMW
The 1977 World Championship for Makes was open to cars from various production-based categories including Group 5 Special Production Cars. The championship was won by Porsche.