Engineering Racing Greatness: The Car
What does it take to be first on race day? The Indianapolis 500® is the
world’s largest single-day sporting event—and one of its greatest
engineering challenges. With cars hitting speeds near 230 MPH, engines
firing at 1800° F, and the forces of 5 G’s around the corners –every
last component needs to survive conditions that would destroy lesser parts.
Engineering Racing Greatness, a collaboration between Andretti Autosport®
and TE Connectivity, is the story of the Indy car engineer and the quest
for the checkered flag. This first chapter takes an in-depth look at how TE
Connectivity is helping to bring Andretti Autosport’s® car to the finish
Check out the rest of the series here: http://www.teconnectivityracing.com.
1999 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 | From the Ground Up
Here is Joseph's 1999 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 that he has modified over the
years. It's got a GM LS1 V8 under the hood making 370+ hp at the rear
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#635-CHI 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville
For sale in our Chicago Showroom is 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville. The Grand
Ville was the top-trim model in the division’s full-sized line. Pontiac
never made more than 5,000 convertibles per year from 1971 to 1975, with
the rarest year being 1971 with just under 1,800 built. Options on this
Grand Ville for sale include: A/C, AM/FM/CD player, power convertible top,
power seats, power windows, seat belts, leather interior, and rally wheels.
New parts on this Pontiac include a new starter, battery, and alternator.
With the Arab Oil Embargo of late 1973 and early 1974 led to gasoline
shortages threatening the end of the land yachts, sales and production were
greatly reduced. Great for traveling to local car shows or going on a road
trip with the family! To view this car in greater detail, including an HD
video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call (708)444-4488 for
Pontiacs for 1964
John DeLorean replaced Pete Estes as general manager, and he continued the
same emphasis on performance that Bunkie Knudsen and Estes had begun.
The big news for 1964 For 1964, the Tempest and LeMans' transaxle design
was dropped and the cars were redesigned under GM's new A body platform;
frame cars with a conventional front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. The
most important of these is the GTO, short for "Gran Turismo Omologato," the
Italian for "Grand Touring, Homologated" used by Ferrari as a badge to
announce a car's official qualification for racing. In spite of a GM
unwritten edict against engines larger than 330 ci in intermediate cars,
DeLorean (with support from Jim Wangers from Pontiac's ad agency), came up
with the idea to offer the GTO as a dealer option package that included a
389 ci engine rated at 325 or 348 horsepower (260 kW).
Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontiac