In a little less than six weeks time, Damon Racing, and driver Tom Sheehan will have competed at four iconic racetracks in the Southeastern United States. Homestead, FL, NOLA Motorsports Park, LA, Circuit of the America’s, TX and Daytona International Speedway, FL.
The Homestead-Miami event is Race No. 8 of the 12, which are points paying events for 2016. The first eight races and the Detroit GP (non-points) were spread over 210 days, while the final four are packed into just 34 days. It is going to be an exciting, but grueling end of the season.
St. Petersburg, Florida: This weekend’s Trans-Am Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway sets the stage for 2016’s final events. With the season beginning in early March, it was late September before the ninth event took place. The final four are compressed into a much shorter period.
At this point in the season, teams and drivers know in not-so-many days, each Class Champion of the 50th Anniversary season of Trans-Am will be determined.