TRANS AM 101
American Muscle on Parade
Originally, Trans Am stood as a production-based competition, bringing together the best cars manufacturers could muster and pitting them against one another in a competition unlike anything that came before.
Today that spirit lives again, as Trans Am works to reinvigorate and restore that competition between V8 models, pitting the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger and more against each other in a technical environment that emphasizes driver talent and mechanical parity.
The GT Class is the entry level class of the Trans Am series. It is intended to give production GT and performance vehicles with moderate modifications a pro series that is fun and easy to race in, in addition to running with other amateur series.The GT class allows teams to use the same vehicles they have developed for an amateur series in the Trans Am GT class with very minor changes, if any. Teams do not need to spend a lot of money to step up to the Trans Am series.
The GT general preparation rules closely mirror the SCCA Club T1 rules, and the performance benchmark for the GT class will be vehicles prepared to the T1 rules. The GT class is also open to a wide range of cars from the NASA ST classes, PCA classes, BMWCCA classes, etc. Additionally, vehicles homologated to the FIA GT4 rules will also be permitted.
|2009-2013||Aston Martin||Vantage V8||Full|
|2018+||Chevrolet||John Heinricy Heritage Camaro||Full|
|2016+||Chevrolet||Camaro SS & ZL1||Full|
|2005-2013||Chevrolet||C6 Corvette Coupe||Full|
|1999-2004||Chevrolet||C5 Corvette Coupe & Z06||Partial|
|2018+||Ford||Holman Moody Trans Am Mustang||Full|
|2018+||Ford||Shelby FP3505 Mustang||Full|
|2011-2014||Ford||Mustang Boss 302 (SCCA Club T1)||Full|
|2011-2013||Ford||Mustang Boss 302 (WC GTS)||Full|
|2011-2014||Ford||Mustang GT (SCCA Club T2)||Full|
|2008-2016||Maserati||GT MC Trofeo||Full|