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Left-foot Braking in Historic Trans Am Mustang

Inside Adam Rupp's RT Racing #33 Historic Trans Am Mustang at the 2009 Kohler International Challenge at Road America.


 


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Ex-Roush Trans Am Mustang vs Porsche GTs Battle at 2010 SVRA Road America KIC
Climb onboard with Randy Rupp as he pilots the RT Racing #11 Mustang at the 2010 SVRA Road America KIC.





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Trans Am Mustang Jerico Gearbox Shop Test
Randy and Troy test the #11 Trans Am Mustang's new Jerico gearbox setup the RT Restorations shop.





Trans Am-Jim Hague '71 Javelin-Sept 25-27, 2009
Historic Trans Am group at the HMSA Coronado "Classic" Speed Festival, Coronado (San Diego) CA.. Jim Hague , in the #2 '71 AMC Javelin, battles for 1st place the entire race, in what turned out to be a 1-2-3 all-Javelin finish. Clip is 1st 9 min of race #2...video courtesy of ManiMotorsports





Big Blips Vintage Racing Mania! Left Foot Braking Camera at Road America Cup Race
Onbard left foot braking video from Adam Rupp's RTR #33 Black Mustang at 2010 Road America VSCDA Fall Festival. Video taken during Sunday's Elkhart Lake Cup race.





NASCAR Legend Rusty Wallace Testing Vintage 1969 Trans Am Racing Mustang at Road America
Climb aboard with Rusty Wallace, legendary NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and ESPN commentator, as he drives RT Racing's #33 vintage racing Mustang at historic Road America.





Onboard Picture-in-Picture Vintage Road Racing Mustang Video at Road America SVRA KIC 2010
Climb onboard Adam Rupp's 1969 Boss 302 big bore vintage racing Mustang during the 2010 SVRA Road America Kohler International Challenge. This picture-in-picture video was taken during the Sunday Group 6 feature race.





Left foot braking - by Autocar.co.uk
Just what is and why do left foot braking?





Historic Trans Am Racing at 2008 Road America KIC
Inside Adam Rupp's RT Racing #33 Mustang during the Group 6 (Historic Production GTO) race at Road America's 2008 KIC.





Trans Am Mustang at 2009 Road America KIC
Inside Randy Rupp's RT Racing #11 Trans Am Mustang at the 2009 Kohler International Challenge at Road America. Special thanks to Mark and Daniel for the footage!





2009 Monterey Historic Automobile Races Group 5B Big Bore Production Race, #211 1963 Ford Falcon
This is in-car footage taken from the #211 1963 Ford Falcon, from the group 5B 1963-1967 over 2.5 Liter Production GT race. This car normally competes as the #5 Historic Trans Am Falcon, but for this event, it was configured as run in the 1966 24 Hour FIA Mexican Road Rally. This Falcon was awarded the Ford Motor Company Thomas W. Senter Memorial Award for representing the most significant Ford at this event.





2008 Monterey Historics Trans Am Bud Moore Boss 302 Brian Ferron Part 1
In car footage from the 1970 Bud Moore Boss 302 driven by Brian Ferron Part 1





Road America GT350R Northwoods Shelby Club
Having some fun @ Road America with my Northwoods Shelby Club buddies. We use a Jerico straight cut dog ring road race transmission. The clutch is used to get the car rolling, otherwise during on track use the driver lifts off the throttle sufficiently to allow the dog ring to be pulled out of engagement staying off the throttle just long enough to allow the dog ring to engage with the next gear. In practice, the driver can move the gear lever faster than he can move his foot off and back on to the throttle. Therefore the effective method is to apply load to the gear lever with your hand and then lift the throttle foot off and back on to the pedal as fast as physically possible. In lifting your foot, the loaded gear lever will almost involuntarily flick to the next gear before the foot is re-applied to the throttle. Down-shifting has similar rules applied regarding speed of shift. Unloading the dogs is done in the opposite manner. While braking, the dogs must be unloaded by touching the throttle pedal. One sharp dab of the throttle is appropriate per shift. `Blipping the throttle` just before engagement is advisable if the rev drops between gears are over 1300 rpm, as this will aid engagement and stabilize the car. This allows for much faster shifts and since there are no syncros, there are non to destroy. Search the internet for more info!





Historic Trans Am at Laguna Seca
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