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w n u n u e d From rlrgs I incident in the 100-mile sprint. Holbert got b w k on the winning track in the next race at Daytona, winning the 250-mile Paul Revere race, giving the Monza its firat win in a race longer than 100 miles. It wasn't a strong win. coming more at the expense of problems by others. but it was a win. Two more races with poor results followed before a Monza again made it to the winner's circle as Holbert recorded yet another victory in the bizarre rainrace at Pocono. That race was followed by Halbert's third-place finish at Mid-Ohio in the Three-hours and a clear victory in the Road Atlslita 500 kilometers. That race ga;e Holbrrt hls slxth vlctory of the season in 13 races Monzas had won seven. Normally, winning half of the races should just about wrap up the title for a driver, but as noted. this was not your average garden-variety year for the IMSA series. In spite of- the record. Holbert still has his hands full withthreetime Camel GT Champ Peter Gregginthe factory-backed BMW and Jim Busby in the BrumosIMltcom Porsche. The two have been just a s consistent as Holbert in each race to keep the Monza pilot from running away and hiding. Gregg started the year offwithhiethird victory in the 24 Hours of Daytona. sharing the ride with Brian Redman. Grege. another Porsche defector this season. was unable to make another trio the winner's circle until August, when donlinatea the rain-shortened race at adega. Usudly, it takes more than wins to be in contention, but not this r. Aside front aseventh-place finisbat ring where the car hadaproblemwith and a 23rd at Lime Rock following a h. Gregg a r d the BMW have bean in e top-three in every race but two. ~esidebthe wma. he wan aecond a t L q m a Swm the Arrl t h e , Ontuio.

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The return of IMSA to Charlotte Motor Speedway's 2.25-mile road course i s marked by thenext-to-lastracein the 1978 IMSA Radial Challenge Series on Oct 8.

Mazda RX-2 and the 2002. IMSA i s busy writing the carrulesfora new series planned to get underway in 1977 The idea i s to attracts. typolh(gh1y

it is the first Ford to take advanlage of the equal rim width regulation. More weight has been placed on the front wheels by inserting a long spacer between the engine and gearboxthus noving both the engine and driver significantly forward. The front suspension is mounted inboard. The sleering box is mounted in line with the front rocker. And this, along with the new aerodynamic bodywork make the T-440 "the slipperiest Formula Ford ever." The air box is incorporated within the streamlined tail. which fairs in the roll bar. Length has been increased six inches over the T-342-wRh both track and wheelbase increased also. Weight is at (or below) the legal minimum. As you can see, the T-440 was designed with just one goal in miid: to go fast. To find out more, give us a call.

N.J. tied for the runner-up spot. Amos ' Johnson. Raleigh. N.C.. i s 3U poinu back of B a r d but, technically. he can make it. Nick Craw'sBMW is going again, witness his Road AUanh mkilometer victory. Using nearly all ofthe 1.5-mile oval. Charlotte's road course i s a notably fast track so all five of these drivers plus Gene Felton. Dennis Shaw. Pat Bedard. HOWIT. Joe *mato and others flgure to make the 200-kilometer run rugged. . . .With Charlotte coming UP. the current Radial Challenge standinge show six different makes of cars driven by the six driversonpoints-Colt.Mazda. Datsun. Pacer. BMW. Gremlin. Japan vs. Kenosha and Bavaria.. . .At every course RS cars have run this year, anew race lap record has been set. Charlotte's record i s two years old. Two of IMSA's four driver championships and four of the six manufacturere championships have been decided. Brad Frisselle. El SegundoCalif..hasdommated the Camel GTU class and Gilles Viileneuve. Wicke. Quebec, is likewise in the IMSA Formula Atlantic Championship. In the Camel GT manufacturer divisions. the Porsche Carrera has run awaywithGrandTouringOverwhilethe BMW 3.0 CSL i s all by itself in Touring. The Datsun Z has a lock on Grand TouringUnder.TheMonzahasbeatenout the Corvette and Cpmam in AllAmerican GT. With two races to go. at Laguna Seca and Daytona Beach, only Touring Under is undecided with the Alfa Romeo GTV holding first ahead of the

about the same number of r m s as this year. be for ~~~~i~~ The new seriua care on road oourats and eligible models would be those from 10s to 116-inch wheelbase. ~h~ industry gsnerally now ascomp.cts andluxury groups ,,alls. specific engines would be ble. most of cubic inches displeoe. ment. but with a few around 305 cid. All cars would to standard miniweights. AII would use the same carburetor, standard-size steel wheels from racing rubber, and modifications permitted would closely follow the s p i r i i o f t h e p r e s e n t ~ ~ ~ a t e g o ry rules.

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