On This Day in Trans Am History: Feb. 24, 1978
February 24, 2020
Feb. 24, 1978-
Chris Dyson is born in Poughkeepsie, New York. The vice president and sporting director of Dyson Racing, Dyson is coming off a breakthrough season, winning three TA races and finishing second in the championship driving the No. 20 Plaid Ford Mustang. He ran his first full Trans Am by Pirelli season in 2018, winning at Road Atlanta and placing third in the points. Following in the tire tracks of his father Rob Dyson, Chris made his professional debut in 2001 Grand-Am competition, and went on to win two ALMS championships.
Read more about Ernie here- http://gotransam.com/drivers/Chris-Dyson/6325
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