1983 SCCA Trans-Am Series @ Caesars Palace Las Vegas (Full Race)
Budweiser SCCA Trans-Am Championship Nissan Caesars Palace Grand Prix for Trans-Am Caesars Palace Parking Lot Grand Prix Circuit Las Vegas, Nevada 89 laps on 1.125 mile street course; 100.125 miles October 8, 1983
1983 SCCA Trans-Am - Moroso Raceway (Highlights)
See a young Dave Despain providing the highlights for the 1983 Moroso Raceway SCCA Trans-Am Race - some funny jabs from David Hobbs about it not being a professional race course and later talking about "some actor" being in his way. Wonder who that could be?
1988 SCCA Trans Am at Niagrara Falls
Audi brings in a 'big gun', after giving Group 44 the contract. Willy T. drives for Les, and goes pretty good before the damn thing breaks. Diamond P hangs a camera on Kniefel's car. Pruett rocks the Rousch HP, and Hurley must have had motor problems. Gentileozzi and Hoerr still look for Oldsmobile contingency money. Darin gets in "The Zone", and goes up front before the tires go off. Sharp's Nissan has a bad day. And does anyone else love the radar signs that Escort Radar Warning Recivers used to put up when they used to sponsor races? I actually thought they were funny (ironic?), since they used radar guns to show the speed. I'm not the biggest fan of street courses, but can't deny that so many of them are part of racing history in the US. I probably recorded this one just because I wanted to see how the points were gonna go in the championship. So, here it is. American Sports Cavalcade coverage, sorry I didn't get the opening theme on it..but that's available elsewhere.
1984 SCCA Trans-Am Series @ Green Valley Raceway, Texas (Full Race)
SCCA Trans-Am Championship Round 17 Texas Challenge Green Valley Raceway Smithfield, Texas 63 laps on 1.6 mile road course; 100.8 miles October 28, 1984