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|Chassis||Engine||Year||Group||First owner||Next owners (year)||Comment|
|JS02-?||Toyota 2.0||1983||CJ||Gebhardt Motorsport||Or JC83 or JC832. Based on TOJ chassis.|
|JC842-01||BMW||1984||C2||Gebhardt Motorsport||In 1985 known as JC 852.|
|JC843-01||Ford||1984||C2||Gebhardt Motorsport||=> ADA Engineering (1985)||Raced by ADA at Kyalami 1984 (car rented). Destroyed in 1987. Then ADA built own cars.|
|JC843-02||Ford||1984||C2||Gebhardt Motorsport||Perhaps this is the chassis that was raced by Ruedi Jauslin in Interserie and Swiss Sportscar championship between 1986 and 1996.|
|JC853-01||Ford||1985||C2||Gebhardt Motorsport||=> Gary Robinson (1987)||From 1987 raced in IMSA (Lights).|
|JC873-01||Audi Turbo||1987||C2||Gebhardt Motorsport||Perhaps rebuilt for 1988 season and again in 1989 and known as 88 C2, later as GTP88 or Gebhardt C1 Audi. In 1988 raced with Ford Cosworth engine.|
|C901-?||Audi Turbo||1991||GTP||Momo/Gebhardt||In SWC 1992 fitted with Ford engine.|
Note: Gebhardt was also the name of Maurer based Can-Am cars raced in Interserie in late eighties. First of them - GCA 85/01 - was raced by Jürgen Weiler in 1985.
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