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DG1-001
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Downing/Atlanta
Ran from 1989. Powered by a Mazda 2rotor engine. Driven by Jim Downing and Howard Katz. Sold to Erie Scientific Racing who campaigned the car in 1991 and 1992. Back to Downing/Atlanta in 1993. 1989: Downing/Atlanta #63 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights) 1990: Downing/Atlanta #63 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights) 1991: Ecurie Scientific #36 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights) 1992: Downing/Atlanta #36 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights); only 24h Daytona 1993: Ecurie Scientific #36 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights)
DG1-002
Essex Racing
Ran in 1990 and 1991. Powered by Buick V6 engine. Driven by Charles Morgan and Tom Hessert. 1990: #8 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights) 1991: Essex Racing in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights)
DG1-003
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Essex Racing
Ran in 1991 and 1992. Powered by Buick V6 engine. Driven by Tom Hessert and Jim Pace. Updated to DG2 specs. Sold to Scandia Motorsports, driven by Charles Morgan and Tommy Riggins in 1992. 1991: Essex Racing in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights) 1993: converted to Kudzu DG-2 as WSC
DG2-004
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Andy Evans/ Scandia Motorsports
Ran from 1992. Powered by Buick V6 engine. Driven by Firmin Velez and Andy Evans. 1992: Downing/Atlanta #63 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights) 1993: Scandia Engineering in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights)
DG2-005
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Downing/Atlanta
Ran in 1993. Powered by Mazda 3rotor. Driven by Jim Downing and Tim McAdam. Later destroyed. 1992: Scandia Engineering #45 in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights) 1993: Scandia Engineering in IMSA Championship (Camel Lights)
DG2-###
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Downing/Atlanta
Ran in 1992 and 1993. Powered by V6 Buick. Driven by Jim Downing and Tim McAdam. Destroyed.
DG3-006
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Downing/Atlanta
Ran in 1993. Powered by a Mazda engine. 1994: Downing/Atlanta #63 in IMSA Championship (WSC) 1995: Downing/Atlanta #63 in IMSA Championship (WSC); destroyed in 12h Sebring