Paul Tracy will join the Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli at Road Atlanta for the Georgia Speedfest from March 29-31, driving the No. 87 3-Dimensional Services Group Chevrolet Camaro in the TA2 class.
The Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli will descend upon Road Atlanta this weekend, bringing with it a field of 55 cars across its four classes.
Sheldon Creed will make his debut in the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli this weekend at Road Atlanta, driving for Stevens-Miller Racing.
The Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli will return to the Florida sun once more this weekend, as it takes to the challenging 2.27-mile modified road course at Homestead-Miami Speedway for round two of the Trans-Am Championship.
With only two races remaining in the Trans-Am Championship and only a week between them, crunch time is now a reality for teams and drivers with championship aspirations and those wanting to grab Trans-Am glory before the series’ 50th anniversary season comes to a close.
Pirelli Tire North America and The Trans-Am Race Co. announced Wednesday a three-year agreement that will see Pirelli named the official tire supplier and presenting sponsor of the Trans-Am Series.
Paul Fix and Tony Buffomante captured pole positions in qualifying sessions for their respective Trans-Am races Saturday at NOLA Motorsports Park.
With only three races remaining in the Trans-Am Championship, the crunch has absolutely set in for Trans-Am’s TA and TA2 classes with only the slightest of margins separating the contenders, leaving little to no room for error over the final stretch.
After a nearly decade-long absence, the Trans-Am Series will make its return to the West Coast, with the Trans-Am Race Company formally announcing an independent West Coast Championship that will begin next year.
Paul Fix (TA) and Justin Haley (TA2) will start on the pole for Saturday’s pair of 101.37-mile, 31-lap Trans-Am races at Virginia Int’l Raceway, with both setting the fast lap for their respective classes during Friday’s qualifying sessions.
The Trans-Am Race Company has announced a 13-event schedule for the 2017 Trans-Am Championship, seeing the vast majority of venues return from its 50th Anniversary season and adding a race at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway on June 18, alongside the Sportscar Vintage Racing Ass’n.
With just over seven weeks remaining in Trans-Am’s 50th anniversary season, five events remain with roughly 40 percent of they year’s points up for grabs, setting the stage for a mad battle to the top of the championship podiums.
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