On This Day in Trans Am History: Feb. 4, 1968

February 4, 2020

On This Day in Trans Am History: Feb. 4, 1968

Feb. 4, 1968:

For the only time in its history, the Trans Am runs concurrently with sports car prototypes in the 24 Hours of Daytona. Jerry Titus and Ronnie Bucknum took the victory with a fourth-overall finish in a Carroll Shelby Ford Mustang. Peter Gregg finished ninth overall and first in Trans Am under two liter, co-driving the Brumos Porche 911T with Sten Axelsson. Mark Donohue was the fastest qualifier of the 22 Trans Am entries, but Roger Penske-entered Chevrolet Camaro had two extended stops and finished second in class and 12th overall.

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