Can-Am race car engines?
The Can-Am cars were developments of the sports cars which were introduced in 1964 for the North American sports car races. The M6 series of cars were powered by Chevy "mouse-motor" small-block V8s built by Al Bartz Engines in Van Nuys, California. They were models of reliability. via
Can-Am racing 70s?
The 1970 Canadian-American Challenge Cup was the fifth season of the Can-Am auto racing series. It consisted of FIA Group 7 racing cars running two-hour sprint events. The team overcame the loss of their leader to win nine of ten races during the 1970 season. via
How much horsepower did Can-Am cars have?
Heavily developed to pump to a reliable 750 horsepower and nearly 7000 RPM's of fury, the Can-Am contenders were now the fastest and most powerful road racers in the world, even faster than the Formula One cars of the time. via
Can Am 1970 results?
The race was won by Hulme but it was a hollow win. Oliver was 2nd and Pedro Rodriguez win 3rd. Hulme won 1970 Can-Am Championship. Peter Gethin blew his engine on the 21st lap. via
Is Bruce McLaren still alive?
Bruce McLaren via
What time do the races start at Ransomville Speedway?
Racing starts at 7:15 p.m. via
Can Am different models?
How many Pontiac Can Am's were made?
The number of Can Ams produced has never been accurately determined, but the number most commonly used is 1,377. via
What is a Can Am vehicle?
Can-Am ATVs and side-by-side vehicles are manufactured by BRP / Bombardier Recreational Products a Canadian company, once part of Bombardier Inc. Founded in 1942 as L'Auto-Neige Bombardier Limitée (Bombardier Snow Car Limited) by Joseph-Armand Bombardier in Valcourt, Quebec, Canada. via
Can a Ryker?
The Can-Am Ryker's automatic transmission delivers effortless twist-and-go shifting designed to keep vehicle performance and fuel efficiency in perfect balance, letting you keep your mind on the road and the adventure ahead. via
How much is a manta car worth?
These days, the Manta enjoys a niche following from fans of classic kit cars and enterprising home builders. Really great Mantas can ask nearly $30,000, while fixer uppers may sell for as little as $10,000. via
What was the car from Hardcastle & McCormick?
Mark McCormick is a smart-mouthed, streetwise car thief. He faces a long incarceration for his latest theft, a prototype sports car called the Coyote X, designed by his murdered best friend. via
Was Ken Miles robbed?
Reports and opinions vary. In any event, McLaren's car passed Miles, robbing him of a potentially historic triple crown (he'd already won prestigious races at Daytona and Sebring). … (To this day, others assert that the 24-hour endurance race essentially ended as the clock hit 4 p.m. — making Miles the winner). via
How fast was Ken Miles going when he died?
After almost a day of testing at Riverside International Raceway in the brutally hot Southern California desert summer weather, Miles approached the end of the track's 1-mile (1.6 km), downhill back straight at top speed (200-plus mph) when the car suddenly looped, flipped, crashed and caught fire. via
Why does McLaren have a kiwi?
The more dynamic 'Speedy Kiwi' was introduced in 1967, once again designed by Michael Turner to emphasise the higher speeds at which Bruce's cars were racing. It also took on a striking papaya orange colour which familiarly became known as 'McLaren Orange'. Why orange? Either way, it certainly made the car stand out! via
Who owns Ransomville Speedway?
The Ransomville Speedway has been sold to Parm Atwal, whose brothers own Atwal Eye Care in Cheektowaga, a frequent sponsor of races at the track in upstate New York. Joel and Jamie Friesen sold the raceway, located at 2315 Braley Road, on December 1 after 42 years of ownership. via
Who owns Weedsport Speedway?
Purchased by Al Heinke in 2013, the track was renamed back to the historic Weedsport Speedway. via
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