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Can-Am - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Can-Am **

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This article is about the motorsport cup. For the baseball league, see
Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball. For manufacturer of
ATVs, see Can-Am motorcycles.

Can-Am
Can-Am Logo.png
The logo of the Can-Am Challenge Cup
Category Sports car racing
Country United States, Canada
Inaugural season 1966
Folded 1986

The *Canadian-American Challenge Cup* or *Can-Am*, was an SCCA/CASC sports
car racing series from 1966 to 1986.

*Contents*

· 1 History
· 2 Notable drivers
· 3 Pioneering technology
· 4 Manufacturers
· 5 Decline and revival
· 6 Champions

· 6.1 Under 2 Litre class champions

· 7 References
· 8 Bibliography
· 9 External links

*History[edit]*

Can-Am started out as a race series for Group 7 sports racers with two
races in Canada (*Can*) and four races in the United States of America
(*Am*). The series was initially sponsored by Johnson Wax. The Series was
governed by rules called out under the FIA Group 7 category with
unrestricted engine capacity and few other technical restrictions.

The Group 7 category was essentially a Formula Libre for sports cars; the
regulations were minimal and permitted unlimited engine sizes (and allowed
turbocharging and supercharging), virtually unrestricted aerodynamics, and
were as close as any major international racing series ever got to
/anything goes/. As long as the car had two seats and bodywork enclosing
the wheels, and met basic safety standards, it was legal. Group 7 had
arisen as a category for non-homologated sports car 'specials' in Europe
and for a while in the 1960s Group 7 racing was popular in the United
Kingdom as well as a class in hillclimb racing in Europe. Group 7 cars were
designed more for short-distance sprints than


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Can-Am

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