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2015 Trans-Am season

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2015 Trans-Am season

The 2015 Trans-Am season is the 47th running of the Sports Car Club of America's Trans Am Series.

Contents

  • Schedule 1
    • Calendar and results 1.1
  • Driver standings 2
    • TA 2.1
  • References 3

Schedule

The schedlue was released December 5, 2014, and consists of twelve rounds.[1]

Calendar and results

[2]
Round Circuit Date TA Winning driver TA Winning vehicle TA2 Winning driver TA2 Winning vehicle TA3-I Winning driver TA3-I Winning vehicle TA3-A Winning driver TA3-A Winning vehicle
1 Sebring International Raceway March 1 Amy Ruman Chevrolet Corvette Cameron Lawrence Dodge Challenger Lee Saunders Dodge Viper Todd Napieralski Chevrolet Camaro
2 Homestead-Miami Speedway April 13 Amy Ruman Chevrolet Corvette Cameron Lawrence Dodge Challenger Steve Streimer Dodge Viper Thomas Ellis Ford Mustang
3 Road Atlanta May 7 Amy Ruman Chevrolet Corvette Cameron Lawrence Dodge Challenger Lee Saunders Dodge Viper Ernie Francis Jr. Chevrolet Camaro
4 Lime Rock Park May 23 Paul Fix Chevrolet Corvette Tony Ave Ford Mustang Randy Mueller BMW M3 Ernie Francis Jr. Chevrolet Camaro
5 New Jersey Motorsports Park June 13 Amy Ruman Chevrolet Corvette Adam Andretti Ford Mustang Andrew Aquilante Chevrolet Corvette Ernie Francis Jr. Chevrolet Camaro
6 Brainerd International Raceway July 5 Amy Ruman Chevrolet Corvette Dillon Machavern Ford Mustang Cindi Lux Dodge Viper Jason Fichter Chevrolet Camaro
7 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course August 15 Paul Fix Chevrolet Corvette Gar Robinson Chevrolet Camaro Michael Camus BMW M3 Ernie Francis Jr. Chevrolet Camaro
8 Road America August 29 Jim McAleese Chevrolet Corvette Tony Ave Ford Mustang Steve Streimer Dodge Viper Ernie Francis Jr. Chevrolet Camaro
9 Virginia International Raceway September 27 Paul Fix Chevrolet Corvette Cameron Lawrence Dodge Challenger Randy Mueller BMW M3 Ernie Francis Jr. Chevrolet Camaro
10 NOLA Motorsports Park October 11 Amy Ruman Chevrolet Corvette Gar Robinson Chevrolet Camaro Steve Streimer Dodge Viper Ernie Francis Jr. Chevrolet Camaro
11 Circuit of the Americas November 8
12 Daytona International Speedway November 14

Driver standings

TA

Number Driver Car Team
4 Tony Ave Chevrolet Corvette Tony Ave Racing
86 John Baucom Ford Mustang Baucom Motorsports
7 Claudio Burtin Chevrolet Corvette Foametix TC2000
04 Tomy Drissi Chevrolet Corvette Tony Ave Racing
44 Paul Fix Ford Mustang Tony Ave Racing
66 Denny Lamers Ford Mustang McMahon Group
06 R.J. Lopez Chevrolet Corvette Disco 106 Optica Lopez
83 Joey McColm Ford Mustang Bulk Nation/CBRT
87 Doug Peterson Chevrolet Corvette Tony Ave Racing
57 David Pintaric Chevrolet Corvette Kryderacing
77 Tim Rubright Ford Mustang Blue Knob Auto.com
23 Amy Ruman Chevrolet Corvette McNichols Company
07 Mark Steenbakkers Chevrolet Corvette BC Race Cars
75 Charles Wicht Chevrolet Corvette Crystal Clear Pools/All Safe Pool
25 Ron Keith Ford Mustang Mike Cope Racing
99 Alex Gurney Ford Mustang GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing

References

  1. ^ "Trans Am Series announces 2015 Championship Schedule". gotransam.com. Retrieved 2015-05-24. 
  2. ^ [1]
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