This page documents some of the events that happened in motorsport in the 1990s.
- The World Sports Car replaces the IMSA GT Prototype, creating the basis for the modern Le Mans Prototype
- The American Le Mans Series is established as the successor to the IMSA GT Championship. Its premier event is the ten-hour Petit Le Mans. The 24 Hours of Daytona and Six Hours of Watkins Glen go to a revived United States Road Racing Championship, shortly later to become the Rolex Sports Car Series.
- After having several Formula One races held in the United States in the eighties, the United States Grand Prix is dropped in 1992. It is not held again until 2000.
- Chrysler introduces the Dodge Viper, which goes on to become a successful grand tourer
- The Winston Cup Series is reduced to Chevrolet, Pontiac, and Ford by mid-decade after the Buick, Oldsmobile, and Mercury brands are dropped.
- The IndyCar Series is split into the Indy Racing League and the Champ Car World Series in 1995. This remains the status until they merge in 2008.
The Mexican Grand Prix is dropped from The F1 calendar in 1992. It is not held again until 2015.
- The Luxembourg Grand Prix is held from 1997-1998 in order to have two F1 races in Germany.
- From 1995-1996 and again beginning in 1999 the European Grand Prix is moved to the Nurburgring in order to have two races in Germany. This will become the standard until 2008 when it is moved to Spain, a place it had been held at a few times during the nineties also in order to have two races there.
- The Austrian Grand Prix returns in 1997 after a ten year hiatus.
- The Portuguese Grand Prix is dropped from the calendar in 1996 after over 10 years on the calendar.
- The Pacific Grand Prix is held from 1994-1995 in order to have two F1 races in Japan.
- The IndyCar Series introduces the Indy Japan 300. It is held until 2011.
- The F1 Malaysian Grand Prix is first held. It will last until 2017.
- The IndyCar Series introduces the Surfers Paradise Grand Prix. It is held until 2008.
- The South African Grand Prix is held in 1992, the first time since 1985. It is held again the following year and then dropped after that.
- The Argentine Grand Prix is held in 1995, the first time in about 15 years. It is held again for two more years and then dropped after that.