After the B16 became a popular choice in 2-litre sports car racing, Chevron updated the design into the B36. It was made to accept a wide variety of engines including the BMW, Ford Cosworth or Chrysler engines.
The B36 debuted at the 4-Hours of Monza in April 25th of 1976, but both cars failed leaving the Osellas and Lolas to the 2.0 class honors. Later in the year at the 500 km Dijon this swiss team of Louis Maulini and Christian Blanc took the cars first class victory.
Produced from 1976 to 1978, just over 20 of the Chevron B36 chassis were made.