There was no passing of a torch when Milt Minter died on December 23, 2004.
Minter was an original.
Known most particularly for his endurance drives in Porsche sports cars
from the 60s to this current decade, Milt was one of those guys who
Motorsport.com has asked drivers from the SCCA SPEED World Challenge and the
American Le Mans Series to give our readers an insight of some of the 2005
venues that they will compete on. The Burke Lakefront Airport 2.106-mile
temporary circuit on...
The premiere of "Black Wheels" a documentary heralding the
history of African American in motorsports was held at the National Press
Club today. The film's producer Byron Hunter who was present to
participate in a panel discussion told the...
John Baucom Races to Top Five Finish at the Molson Indy Toronto
Matthews, North Carolina -- John Baucom earned his third top
five finish in a row at Saturday's Molson Indy Toronto Trans-AM
race, finishing in 5th place on the 1.75 mile street...
TRANS-AM DRIVER STEVE TOTH TO 'RACE FOR THE CURE' AT SAN JOSE
SAN JOSE, Calif. (July 20, 2005) -- Steve Toth, who competes in the
Trans-Am Series' GT America Class, will drive in support of The
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer...
Longtime Trans-Am Competitor Milt Minter Passes
INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 7, 2005) -- Milt Minter, who competed in the Trans-Am
Series from 1967 to 1982, died Dec. 23 from complications from cancer at
his Sanger, Calif. home. Minter was 71.
Max Lagod Qualifies 3rd and Finishes a Strong 6th at Road America
[IMAGE]Gilberts, Illinois -- Veteran Trans-Am driver Max Lagod served
notice to his fellow competitors this past weekend by qualifying his ...
LANSING, Mich. (July 27, 2005) Rocketsports Racing will take their
Trans-Am series' Jaguars to the streets of San Jose, California for
the inaugural Taylor Woodrow San Jose Grand Prix. The trio will
participate in the Cytomax Sports Drink 100, ...
SCCA Statement Regarding Trans-Am Name
TOPEKA, Kan. (Dec. 12, 2005) -- Sports Car Club of America, Inc. has
released the following statement regarding the Trans-AmÂ® name.
"With Champ Car's decision not to renew the Trans-Am name in
Four Days of Six Sizzling Series Come to Road America
ROAD AMERICA, Elkhart Lake, WI (August 11, 2005) -- The Generac 500 at Road
America, August 18-21, 2005, will host six series: ALMS, IMSA GT3, Skip
Barber, Star Mazda, Trans-Am and Toyota ...
Dalziel Set For Denver Trans-Am Debut
Orlando, Florida (August 10, 2005) -- Scotland's John Dalziel is set to make his second road racing start on U.S. soil this weekend as he debuts in the Trans-Am Series support race at the CENTRIX Financial...
KLAUS GRAF LEADS TRANS-AM QUALIFYING FOR MOLSON INDY MONTREAL
MONTREAL, Quebec (August 26, 2005) 2005 Rookie-of-the-Year, Klaus Graf
led Trans-Am qualifying for the Molson Indy Montreal. The 30 minute
session saw both championship contenders...
Champ Car World Series Statement Regarding the Trans-Am Series
INDIANAPOLIS (December 12, 2005) -- What follows are statements from the
Champ Car World Series regarding its future with the Trans-Am Series. As of
today, the Champ Car World Series...
2005 TRANS-AM SERIES SEASON IN REVIEW: HISTORY REWRITTEN DURING 40TH
INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 2, 2005) -- The Trans-Am Series continued its
historic legacy in 2005, and, while celebrating its 40th consecutive
season of competition, it welcomed...
Tim Barber leads Trans-Am Series, GT America Championship
San Francisco, CA August 3, 2005 -- Tim Barber continues to lead the
Trans-AM Series, GT America Championship after a difficult weekend at the
San Jose Grand Prix. Tim, driving the number...
HOLLYWOOD STUNTMAN STEVE KELSO WINS GTA CLASS AT LONG BEACH TRANS-AM
LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 10, 2005) -- Steve Kelso finished first in the
GTA Class during Sunday's Cytomax Challenge Trans-Am Series race at
the Toyota Grand Prix of Long...
Trans-Am Series Partners with SPEED Channel for 2005 Season
INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 17, 2004) -- SPEED Channel will air all 10 Trans-Am
Series races during the 2005 season. The 2005 Trans-Am campaign, the
Series' 40th consecutive season, will air in...
KLAUS GRAF WINS MONTREAL AND SIXTH CHAMPIONSHIP FOR ROCKETSPORTS
MONTREAL, Quebec (August 27, 2005) Trans-Am series Rookie-of-the-Year,
Klaus Graf was named champion after the checkered flag fell on the season
ending Trans-Am event during the ...
Ruhlman starts from back of field at the Cleveland Grand Prix to win
his second race of the Trans-Am season
CLEVELAND (June 25, 2005) -- Randy Ruhlman had a great weekend at
the Cleveland Grand Prix, scoring his second win of the season in Round...
Amy Ruman Debuts in Trans-Am with 10th Place at Cleveland Grand Prix
Munroe Falls, OH - Amy Ruman put together a strong performance all weekend at the "Trans-Am on the Tarmac" Cleveland Grand Prix in the ...
GENTILOZZI TOPS SECOND TRANS-AM PRACTICE AT MONTREAL
MONTREAL, Quebec (Aug. 26, 2005) -- Paul Gentilozzi set the fastest time
thus far this weekend during second-round practice Friday for
tomorrow's Trans-Am race, part of the...
GREG PICKETT CLAIMS SECOND IN THE CYTOMAX SPORT DRINK 100 TRANS-AM RACE
SAN JOSE, Calif. (July 30, 2005) -- It was a battle between two
Trans-Am champions that came down to the wire in Saturday's Cytomax
Sport Drink 100 Trans-Am race, part of...
THE TRANS-AM SERIES ANNOUNCES TV SCHEDULE; BROADCAST TEAM FOR 2005
INDIANAPOLIS (March 31, 2005) -- Each 2005 Trans-Am Series race during
the 2005 season will air in one-hour time slots on SPEED's midday
and afternoon Saturday and Sunday ...
TRANS-AM RACERS AND ALUMNI RECEIVE AARWBA ALL-AMERICA TEAM HONORS
INDIANAPOLIS (Nov. 11, 2005) -- 2005 Trans-Am Drivers' Champion Klaus Graf and 1978 Trans-Am titleholder Greg Pickett were honored in voting for this year's American Auto Racing...
SAID WINS CYTOMAX SPORT DRINK 100 TRANS-AM RACE IN SAN JOSE
SAN JOSE, Calif. (July 30, 2005) -- Boris Said proved to the 50,962 fans
here that he is always a threat by dominating Saturday's Cytomax
Sport Drink 100 Trans-Am Series...