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1974 IMSA GT Championship

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1974 IMSA GT Championship
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The 1974 Camel GT Challenge season was the 4th season of the IMSA GT Championship auto racing series. The series was for GTO and GTU class Grand tourer racing cars. It began April 21, 1974, and ended December 1, 1974, after twelve rounds. 1974 would be the first time that the series would leave the United States, with races in Canada and Mexico. It would also be the only time IMSA GT would leave northern North America (i.e. the United States and Canada). The TO and TU classes, which had been composed of former Trans Am Series cars from before the championship's debut, were dropped due to Trans Am having been "absorbed" by IMSA GT and thus becoming nigh indistinguishable from IMSA.

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Some events were run twice, with each running counting as one round.

Rnd Race Length Circuit Date
1 United StatesAtlanta 6 Hour 6 Hours Road Atlanta April 21
2 United StatesMonterey Triple Crown 100 mi (160 km) Laguna Seca Raceway May 12
3 100 mi (160 km)
4 United StatesOntario 4 Hour 4 Hours Ontario Motor Speedway May 19
5 United States Mid-Ohio Twin 6s 5 Hours Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course June 30
6 United States Paul Revere 250 250 mi (400 km) Daytona International Speedway July 4
7 United States'Bama 200 200 mi (320 km) Talladega Superspeedway August 10
8 United States Charlotte 300 300 mi (480 km) Charlotte Motor Speedway August 18
9 United States Lime Rock 100 100 mi (160 km) Lime Rock Park September 2
10 100 mi (160 km)
11 Mexico 1000 km of Mexico City 1,000 km (620 mi) Magdalena Mixhuca October 20
12 United StatesDaytona Finale 250 mi (400 km) Daytona International Speedway December 1

Season results

Rnd Circuit GTO Winning Team GTU Winning Team Results
GTO Winning Drivers GTU Winning Drivers
1 Road Atlanta #14 Paris Properties #51 Johnson-Bozzani Porsche-Audi Results
United States Al Holbert
United States Elliot Forbes-Robinson
United States Michael Sherwin
United States Freddy Baker
2 Laguna Seca #81 F.A.R. West Racing #45 F.A.R. Performance Results
United States Elliot Forbes-Robinson United States Walt Maas
3 Laguna Seca #0 Toad Hall Motor Racing #45 F.A.R. Performance Results
United States Milt Minter United States Walt Maas
4 Ontario #59 Brumos Porsche-Audi #45 F.A.R. Performance Results
United States Peter Gregg United States Walt Maas
United States Frank Leary
5 Mid-Ohio #14 Holbert's Porsche/Audi #77 Bruce Jennings Results
United States Al Holbert
United States Peter Gregg
United States Bruce Jennings
United States Bob Beasley
6 Daytona #4 Applejack Racing #79 Juan Montalvo Results
United States Hurley Haywood Colombia Juan Montalvo
7 Talladega #48 John Greenwood Racing #89 Barrick Motor Racing Results
United States Milt Minter United States Don Parish
8 Charlotte #59 Brumos Porsche-Audi #46 Spencer Buzbee Results
United States Peter Gregg United States Spencer Buzbee
United States Craig Ross
9 Lime Rock #59 Brumos Porsche-Audi #58 Adrian Gang Results
United States Peter Gregg United States Adrian Gang
10 Lime Rock #1 Toad Hall Motor Racing #2 Tom Ciccone Results
United States Michael Keyser United States Tom Ciccone
11 Mexico City #15 Héctor Rebaque Sr. #58 Adrian Gang Results
Mexico Guillermo Rojas
Mexico Héctor Rebaque
Mexico Fred van Beuren, Jr.
United States Adrian Gang
United States Dennis Aase
12 Daytona #75 John Greenwood #79 Juan Montalvo Results
United States John Greenwood Colombia Juan Montalvo

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