The Trans-American Sedan Championship commenced on March 25, 1966 at Sebring International Raceway, beginning a 7 race season.(After 1966, seasons would average 12 rounds until 1973) The overall win went to Jochen Rindt driving an Alfa Romeo GTA, a very successful car in Trans Am, until Porsche arrived.Bob Tullius (in a Dodge Dart) took second overall and first in the Over 2.0 Liter class.
8/24/2011 · SCCA Trans Am racing series 1967 season overview from The History of the Trans Am Series 1966-1995 DVD.
8/28/2008 · Excerpt of the 1968 SCCA Trans Am racing season from The History of the Trans Am Series 1966-1995 DVD. DVD available at www.transamdvd.com
Trans Am Series was shuttered by SCCA Pro Racing following the 2006 season. At the time, it marked the end of the road, despite an impressive run of 41 years of continuous operation. ? ?The Trans Am was brought back to life for the 2009 season, with the technical and …
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1966 Trans-Am Ford Mustang #5 - Driver Ed Diamond, Zürich, Switzerland. 2.8K likes. This page is about my 1966 Trans-Am Mustang #5. The Mustang was...
The Trans-Am Series was created in 1966 by Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) President John Bishop. Originally known as the Trans-American Sedan Championship, the name was changed to the Trans-American Championship for 1967 and henceforth. The series has in fact gone by a variety of different names through the years (too many to list), some linked to sponsors, some not.
Trans Am Series Returns to Sebring to Open 54th Season February 18, 2019. SEBRING, FL (15 Feb. 2019) -- The 54th Trans Am Series by Pirelli season will open at the same historic venue where it debuted in 1966, running at Sebring International Raceway on March 1-3.
1966 Ford Mustang Shelby Trans Am Group II Racecar #12 of 16 "Notchback" Mustangs prepared by Shelby American for Group II Trans Am Racing in 1966 Originally built for Legendary Shelby American test driver Ken Miles Winner of the Pan-American 6 Hour Trans Am Race at Green Valley, Texas 1966 with driver John McComb
3/11/2015 · Take a stroll back in time and take a look at the Mustang in the SCCA Trans-Am Series from 1966-1972 where George Follmer and Parnelli Jones dominated.
The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli will open its 2019 campaign this weekend at the same circuit where it debuted in 1966, returning to the legendary Sebring International Raceway to kick off the year.