Trans Am Mustang Hot Laps at Road America - 1994 Riley & Scott
This footage was captured at Road America during the 2012 VSCDA ELVF Vintage Fall Festival. Randy Rupp drives his 1994 Riley & Scott Trans Am Mustang during Saturday qualifying.
Fast Lap - 2:11.9
1995 Mountain Dew Mustang Trans-Am Car at Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival 2012
In-car video of the ex-Jon Gooding 1995 Mountain Dew Mustang Trans Am car at the VSCDA's
Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival (ELVF) 2012, Road America.
Roush chassis #030. Engine: 358 CID Ford by Dan Timm. Gearbox: Hewland wide
gear 5 speed. Diff: Ford 9", 3.89:1.
Group 10 race. Starting position P1 (Pole.) Finishing position: First
place. Best lap 2:08.03, maximum speed 184 MPH.
Driver: Colin Comer
Crew: Trent Burmesch and Mitch Jarrett, Colin's Classic Automobiles Racing
Moffat 1969 Trans Am Mustang in-car footage. Fantastic noise!
Allan Moffat's immortal 1969 Trans Am Mustang is one of the greats of
Australian motorsport. Winning 101 of 151 races it was also one of the most
successful in our nations racing history. Here is some in car footage from
the Gold Coast 600 Legends demonstration event, taking it easy as there is
a lot of concrete there to hit! See more of this car and others from the
Bowden Collection here at www.bowdensown.com.au
2011 SCCA Pro Racing Spec Racer Ford Series @ Mosport shown on GoRacingTV.com
Richard Spicer returned to victory lane on Saturday afternoon (May 21),
winning Round Three of the SCCA Pro Racing Spec Racer Ford Series at
Mosport International Raceway. Joining the Hagerman RacEngineering driver
in the post-race celebrations were Alliance Autosport's Scott Rettich and
PM Racing's Brian Schofield.
Under increasingly cloudy skies and in front of an enthusiastic crowd, the
opening race of the Mosport doubleheader commenced with Rettich and
Schofield leading the talented Spec Racer Ford Series field to the green
flag. As expected, the leaders immediately went two and three wide at the
waving of the flag, with Rettich managing to hold off the advances of both
reigning SCCA National Champion Schoefield and the Round One winner Spicer.
Wasting no time in attacking the high-speed road course, Rettich, Schofield
and Spicer immediately began building a gap on Lehner Racing's Jeffrey
Lehner, who in turn was able to break away from the very entertaining fight
for fifth between Sweeney Racing's Herb Sweeney IV, PM Racing's Jean-Luc
Liverato, Dinosaur Racing's Mark Vultaggio, Harris Racing's Carl Harris,
McNeish Racing's Lee McNeish, JAY Motorsports' Bruce Myer, IceRace.com
Racing's Robert Reed, and Nixon Peabody Racing's Michael Hausknecht.
Scott Rettich converted the pole position into a win Sunday (May 22),
taking home top honors in Round Four of the SCCA Pro Racing Spec Racer Ford
Series at Mosport International Raceway. Standing alongside the Alliance
Autosport driver on the podium were Hagerman RacEngineering's Richard
Spicer and PM Racing's Brian Schofield.
After encountering rain late in the opening run at Mosport, threatening
overcast skies greeted the Spec Racer Ford Series drivers when race two of
the Canadian doubleheader commenced on Sunday morning. As series followers
have come to expect, when the green flag waved, the entire field fanned out
two and three wide entering turn one. Rettich however made the most of his
P1 starting position, holding the lead through the opening sequence of
turns, despite constant threat by Schofield and Spicer. While the opening
lap or two featured the top-three running virtually nose-to-tail, Rettich
was ultimately able to pull out a gap, thanks to the Schofield and Spicer
dice heating up.
Behind the lead trio, the action was just as entertaining to watch, with
Harris Racing's Carl Harris, Lehner Racing's Jeffrey Lehner, Sweeney
Racing's Herb Sweeney IV, and PM Racing's Jean-Luc Liverato dueling for
fourth place, not far ahead of Warren Racing's Carl Warren, Citgo Racing's
Richard Wiehl, McNeish Racing's Lee McNeish, Motion Dynamics' Don Kahn,
Trac Consulting's Tom Riley and Dinosaur Racing's Frank Vultaggio going
Out front, the order shuffled, when Schofield had a significant bobble
exiting the high-speed turn four, allowing Spicer to take over second
place, and subsequently pull away from the defending SCCA National
Trans Am Mustangs
Trans Am was a racing series that started in the late '60s before 'Trans
Am' the car, by Pontiac, existed. These are various pictures of some of the
Trans Am Mustangs that
raced in this series from 1966 to 1970.