Courage Compétition was a racing team and chassis constructor company now owned by Oreca, based in Le Mans, France near the Circuit de la Sarthe.

In 1985, Yves Courage signed a deal with Porsche to use their engines and to better fit the Porsche turbocharged flat-6 engine, Courage debuted the Cougar C12 chassis. The team saw immediate success with this combination but later on and due to rule changes in sportscar racing, Courage was shuffled to the C2 class for Le Mans in 1991 and C3 (a class for Porsche-powered cars) in 1992, and was no longer able to run in the World Sportscar Championship due to their continued usage of the Porsche turbocharged Flat-6.

However, at Le Mans the C3-class Courage C28LM took class victory and finished 6th overall. This car was driven by Porsche factory driver Henri Pescarolo.

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