Trans-Am Series Racing Cars Paddock 2005 Monterey Historics Part 1 of 2
Trans-Am cars in the paddock and leaving the paddock at the Monterey Historic Races in 2005. Penske Javelins & Camaros, Bud Moore and Gurney Mustangs, Sam Posey's Challanger, Jim Hall's Chaparral Camaro, Jerry Titus's Firebird, Smokey Yunick's Camaro.
How To: Build a Michelin Clio Cup Series Race Car
Turn a Clio Renaultsport 197 into a Clio Cup Road Series racer. This 50 min
feature length video (content links below) follows Monster Sport as they
build a brand new complete racecar from a standard Clio 197 roadcar
offering helpful tips about the type of car to purchase and the tricky jobs
such as fitting the roll cage, building the suspension and adapting the
04:37 - Stripping the Interior
09:11 - Fitting the Roll Cage
15:32 - Suspension Build
28:42 - Suspension Top Mount Installation
36:50 - Rear Brakes
39:18 - Advisory Precautions
The Cars of Mark Donohue
Some of the cars that Mark Donohue made famous. Included in the video are
several of his Trans Am Camaro's, his Championship Trans
Am Javelin, and the last car he ever won a race in, his IROC Porsche 911.
Filmed the Mark Donohue Reunion at Road America during the Kohler
International Challenge with Brian Redman, July 15, 2010.
Visit http://www.prdaracing.com/ for more on this event.
1969 Penske Trans-Am Camaro
The 1969 Sunoco Camaro
championship winning car. Driven by Mark Donohue the entire 1969 Trans-Am
Season. It won six races and finished second in another two. The sister
car, driven by Ronnie Bucknum finished 3rd in the Championship, and was
later destroyed by an earthquake in Mexico.
1970 Boss 302 wins at 2013 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion
The car being driven is a 1970 Mustang, which was converted to a
tube-chassis IMSA car in 1976. The car was built and driven by Rainer
Neuman, and was known as the 'Spectre Car'. It was a local favorite at
Sears Point and Laguna Seca in the Seventies. The engine is a 302 block,
bored to 366 cu with four Webbers. It produces around 600 hp, and is good
for 7500 rpm. It has Hurst-Airheart brakes, and its 15 inch BBS wheels
are 17" wide in the rear. A dog box and Ford nine inch rear delivers the
power to the wheels. 6A is the IMSA GT 1973 to 1982 group. This year they
had 46 cars in the group. The group features some fabulous cars: BMW M1
Procars and CSL Batmobiles, twin-turbo
Porsche 935s, and Dekon Monzas. Not to mention some great drivers: Bruce
Canepa in the very fast #12 Porsche, Ken Epsman in the Budweiser Dekon
Monza, and this year Adam Carolla drove his Paul Newman zx300 turbo.