The 24 Hours of Daytona were won by Chip Robinson, Derek Bell, Al Unser Jr and Al Holbert. They were eight laps ahead of the Brun Motorsport car driven by Oscar Larrauri, Gianfranco Brancatelli and Massimo Sigala. In third place came the Porsche 962 driven by Price Cobb, Rob Dyson and Vern Schuppan. Tom Gloy, Bill Elliot and Lyn St James won the GTO class in a Ford Mustang, but Toyota lost the race in the last moments and finished second with Chris Cord and Steve Millen at the wheel. Bob Earl, Don Bell and Jeff Kline won the Lights class in a Spice Fiero and Amos Johnson, Dennis Shaw and Bob Lazier took the GTU win in the Team Highball Mazda RX7.
Elliot Forbes Robinson and Geoff Brabham won the Miami GTP race, driving the Nissan ZX T GTP entered by Electramotive. Jochen Mass and Bobby Rahal took the second place in the Bayside Racing Porsche 962. Scott Pruett and Pete Halsmer took an encouraging third place with Ford Maxxum. Charles Monk and Chip Mead won the Lights class with a Fabcar Porsche, ahead of Jim Rothbarth and Charles Morgan's Spice Fiero. Bob Earl won the GT race with the Dingman Bros Pontiac Fiero, beating Jack Baldwin's Chevrolet Camaro and Tom Gloy's Ford Mustang. John Finger won the GTU race in his Mazda RX7, beating Tom Kendall and Bob Leitzinger's Nissan 300ZX.
Jochen Mass and Bobby Rahal won the 12 Hours of Sebring, with Al Holbert and Chip Robinson finishing two laps down. Brian Redman, Chris Kneifel and Elliot Forbes Robinson finished in third place in the Primus Motorsport Porsche 962. Greg Pickett and Tommy Riggins won the GTO class in the Protofab Chevrolet Camaro. Bruce Jenner and Bobby Akin ended in second place in a Ford Mustang. The Lights class was won by John Higgins, Charles Monk and Howard Cherry in the reliable Fabcar Porsche. Charles Morgan and Jim Rothbarth finished second in a Royale RP40 Mazda. Al Bacon and Bob reed won the GTU class, followed by Gary Auberlen, Bill Auberlan and Karl Durkheimer in a Porsche 911.
James Weaver and Price Cobb, driving the Dyson Racing Porsche 962, won the Road Atlanta race over Chip Robinson and Al Holbert. Steve and Tom Shelton took the third place in their own Porsche 962. Don Bell and Jeff Kline took the Lights victory in a Spice Fiero, with Jim Downing and John Maffucci just behind them and Steve Durst and Mike Brockman, who also ran a Spice Fiero.
Chris Cord won the Riverside GT race, beating the Chevrolet Camaro driven by Tommy Riggins and The Ford Mustang driven by Tom Gloy. Amos Johnson won the GTU class, second was Tom Kendall in another Mazda RX7. Hurley Haywood and John Morton won the GTP race with the Jaguar XJR7 ahead of Chip Robinson and Al Holbert. Darin Brassfield and Wally Dallenbach finished in third place. Don Bell and Jeff Kline won the Lights class followed by Steve Durst and Mike Brockman, both teams driving Spice Fieros.
Chris Cord won again at Laguna Seca in his Toyota Celica Tc. He finished ahead of Wally Dallenbach Jr and Tommy Riggins, both driving Protofab Chevrolet Camaros. Tom Kendall won the GTU class in his CCR Mazda RX7, with Bob Earl right behind him. Klaus Ludwig, in the Bayside Disposal Racing Porsche 962, beat Sarel van deer Merwe's Chevrolet Corvette GTP and Chip Robinson's Porsche 962 in the main event. Don Bell took the Lights class win over Jim Downing's Argo JM19 Mazda.
Jack Baldwin won the Firebird GT event in his Chevrolet Camaro. Scott Pruett was second in his Fordrd Mustang and Chris Cord was third in his Toyota Celica Tc. Tom Kendall won the GTU class over Amos Johnson and Max Jones, in the Genesis Racing Nissan 300ZX.
Al Holbert took the Lime Rock race, running solo. Scott Pruett and Pete Halsmer took a fine second place in the Ford Maxxum. Price Cobb and James Weaver finished third in the second Dyson car. David Loring took the Lights class in the Denali Mazda, beating Jim Downing and Michael Greenfield who drove the Argo JM19 Mazda.
Willy T.Ribbs won the GT race at Mid Ohio, slightly ahead of Jack Baldwin in his Chevrolet Camaro and teammate Chris Cord. Terry Visger won the GTU class in the Huffaker Pontiac Fiero, ahead of Tom Kendall and Al Bacon's Mazda RX7s. Jochen Mass and Bobby Rahal gave Bayside Racing another win over Bob Wollek and Darin Brassfield. Sarel van der Merwe and Doc Bundy finished third in the Hendricks Chevrolet Corvette GTP. Don Bell-Jeff Kline were the Lights winners, followed by Steve Durst-Mike Brockman, for a Spice Fiero 1-2.
The West Palm Beach GTO race went to Tom Gloy's Ford Mustang, who finished ahead of Bob Earl's Pontiac Fiero, and Chris Cord Toyota Celica Tc. Terry Visger won the GTU race in his Pontiac Fiero, with Amos Johnson and Tom Kendall right behind him. Hurley Haywood and John Morton gave Jaguar a new victory, beating the Porsche 962s driven by Chip Robinson-Derek Bell and Rob Dyson-Price Cobb. Chip Mead and Howard Cherry won the Lights class in their Fabcar Porsche over Steve Durst and Mike Brockman.
The Road Atlanta GT race was won by Willy T.Ribbs Toyota Celica Tc, who finished ahead of Greg Pickett's Protofab Chevrolet Corvette. Tom Gloy was third in his Fordrd Mustang. Terry Visger seemed to get used to winning, taking the GTU class over Max Jones, won drove a Nissan 300ZX Tc, and Tom Kendall's Mazda RX7.
Price Cobb and Vern Schuppan won the Watkins Glen race, two laps ahead of John Hotschkis and Jim Adams' Porsche 962. Steve Durst and Mike Brockman, at the wheel of a Spice Fiero, took a fantastic third place overall and won the Lights class, with Jim Downing and John Maffucci in second place with the Argo JM19 Mazda.
Willy T.Ribbs' Toyota Celica Tc took a fine victory at Summit Point, with Greg Pickett's Chevrolet Corvette finishing in second place. Chris Cord finished third. Amos Johnson won the GTU class in his Mazda RX7, followed by Rick Haynes in his Nissan 280ZX.
Chip Robinson took a solo win at Portland in the Holbert's Racing Porsche 962, ahead of Bobby Rahal and Price Cobb. Jim Downing won the Lights class in his Argo JM19 Mazda, beating Don Bell's Spice Fiero. The Toyota Celica Tcs were the class of the field in the GT race, with Chris Cord and Willy T.Ribbs doing a 1-2. Bruce Jenner was third in his Ford Mustang.
Jack Baldwin won the GT race at Sears Point, again beating Bob Earl's V6 Pontiac Fiero. Tom Gloy took third place in his Ford Mustang. It was Terry Visger who took also the GTU win, with Tom Kendall right behind him. Jochen Mass drove masterfully and won the GTP race ahead of Price Cobb and Sarel van der Merwe's Chevrolet Corvette GTP. Chip Mead drove the Fabcar Porsche to another Lights win and was ahead of Howard Katz Tiga GT286 Chevrolet.
Price Cobb was co-driven by Johnny Dumfries to take the Road America 500 race, which was a rainy event. It was an outright Porsche victory, with PORSCHE 962s taking the six first spots. Oscar Larrauri finished second in the Brun Motorsport car, and Chip Robinson-Al Holbert ended in third place. Jim Rothbarth and Charles Morgan took their first Lights in a Spice Fiero win over Don Bell and Jeff Kline similar car. Paul Dallenbach and Chris Kneifel won the GTO class in a Protofab Chevrolet Camaro. Greg Pickett and Tommy Riggins' Chevrolet Corvette finished second. Tom Kendall took another GTU win, followed by Amos Johnson and Dennis Shaw Team Highball car.
Derek Bell and Chip Robinson won the San Antonio 3 Hour race over the sister car driven by Al Holbert and AJ Foyt. Sarel van deer Merwe and Doc Bundy wound up a fine third place in the Chevrolet Corvette GTP. Don Bell and Jeff Kline took another Lights win with their Spice Fiero, but the Fabcar Porsche driven by John Higgins and Chip Mead was a convincing second in class.
Bob Earl drove his Pontiac Fiero to a great win at the Lime Rock GT race, beating Chris Cord Toyota Celica Tc by five laps. Tom Kendall took an amazing third place overall in his Mazda RX7, easily winning the GTU class over newcomer Dick Murray, who drove a Pontiac Fiero.
Willy T.Ribbs and Chris Cord led their Toyota Celicas to a great 1-2 finish at the Watkins Glen GT race. Tom Gloy and Scott Pruett finished in third place, one lap down. Amos Johnson won the GTU class, beating bros Tom and Bart Kendall in the CCR Mazda RX7.
Bobby Rahal won the Columbus ahead of teammate Jochen Mass, for a rare Bayside Racing 1-2. Price Cobb and Johnny Dumfries finished in third place. Eight Porsche 962s finished in the top eight places. Charles Morgan won the Lights class over Mike Brockman in another Spice Fiero. Jack Baldwin won the GT race, with two Ford Mustangs following. Scott Pruett and Tom Gloy finished second and third. Tom Kendall won the GTU class over Amos Johnson for another Mazda win.
Jochen Mass won the Del Mar race over Oscar Larrauri and Bobby Rahal for another Porsche 962 sweep. Jim Rothbarth and Charles Morgan won the Lights class over Steve Phillips and Howard Katz in a Tiga GT286 Chevrolet. Jim Downing and John Maffucci finished third. Chris Cord w.ion the last GTO race of the season over Bob Earl and Willy T.Ribbs. He was the 1987 GTO Champion. Terry Visger won the GTU race over Tom Kendall's new CCR Mazda RX7. The latter being the 1987 GTU Champion. Bart Kendall finished third.