The 1969 Trans-American Sedan Championship season was the fourth season of the Sports Car Club of America's Trans-Am Series. 1969 marked the end of the use of co-drivers in the Trans-Am Series, as most of the races were between 2.5 and 3 hours. 1969 had marked the debut of the Pontiac Trans Am. However, the car's smallest engine was well over the 5000cc maximum set by the series at the time. In using the name Trans Am, a registered trademark, GM agreed to pay $5 per car sold to the SCCA.Chevrolet and Porsche won the manufacturers' titles.
Points were awarded according to finishing position. Only the highest-placed car scored points for the manufacturer. Only the best 9 finishes counted towards the championship. Drivers' championships were not awarded in Trans-Am until 1972.