1991 Trans-Am season

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1991 Trans-Am season
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The 1991 Trans-Am Series season was the 26th season of the Sports Car Club of America's Trans-Am Series. It was the first season with competition from the sister SCCA Pro Racing World Challenge. 1991 was also the first season since 1979 to have a round outside North America (i.e. the United States and Canada), with a race in Mexico on the schedule that year. Oldsmobile, although very successful in 1991, would never again see success in Trans Am.

Results[1][edit]

Round Circuit Winning driver Winning vehicle
1 United States Sears Point United States Darin Brassfield Oldsmobile Cutlass
2 Mexico Mexico City United States Scott Sharp Chevrolet Camaro
3 United States Dallas United States Irv Hoerr Oldsmobile Cutlass
4 United States Detroit United States Scott Sharp Chevrolet Camaro
5 United States Portland United States Irv Hoerr Oldsmobile Cutlass
6 United States Cleveland United States Darin Brassfield Oldsmobile Cutlass
7 United States Des Moines United States George Robinson Chevrolet Camaro
8 United States Watkins Glen United States Scott Sharp Chevrolet Camaro
9 Canada Trois-Rivières United States Scott Sharp Chevrolet Camaro
10 United States Denver United States Irv Hoerr Oldsmobile Cutlass
11 Canada Mosport United States Scott Sharp Chevrolet Camaro
12 United States Mid-Ohio United StatesDarin Brassfield Oldsmobile Cutlass
13 United States Road America United States Scott Sharp Chevrolet Camaro
14 United States College Station United States Jack Baldwin Chevrolet Camaro

Final points standings[edit]

Place Driver Points
1 United States Scott Sharp 360
2 United States Jack Baldwin 290
3 United States Darin Brassfield 271
4 United States Irv Hoerr 269
5 Canada Ron Fellows 246
6 United States Bob Sobey 234
7 United States Les Lindley 230
8 United States Randy Ruhlman 213
9 United States Paul Gentilozzi 209
10 United States Greg Pickett 202
11 United States Jim Derhaag 198
12 United States George Robinson 177
13 United States Steve Petty 171
14 United States Glenn Fox 135
15 United States Steve Saleen 122
16 United States Jerry Clinton 116
17 United States Bruce Nesbitt 111
18 United States Deborah Gregg 96
19 United States John S. E. Anderson 91
20 United States Stuart Hayner 68
20 United States Richard J. Valentine 68
22 United States Phillip Bartelt 66
22 United States Ed Hinchliff 66
24 United States Wayne Akers 64
25 United States Bob Patch 54
25 United States Donald Sak 54
27 United States Chris Kneifel 42
27 United States Scott Lagasse 42
29 United States Jerry Brassfield 38
30 United States Jim Stevens 31
31 United States Dick Danielson 30
32 Canada Jerry Simmons 29
33 United States Mark Pielsticker 27
33 United States J. Craig Shafer 27
35 United States Tom Gloy 26
36 United States John Brumder 24
37 United States Buzz Dyer 21
37 United States Lou Gigliotti 21
37 United States Steve Mahre 21
37 United States Richard Myhre 21
41 Mexico Michel Jourdain, Sr. 19
42 Mexico Tomas Lopez 16
43 Canada Peter DeMan 15
43 United States Rick Dittman 15
45 United States Mitchell Bender 14
45 Canada John Jones 14
47 United States R. K. Smith 13
48 United States Jimmy Landrum 11
49 United States R. Gary Fautch 8
49 United States Rich Sloma 8
51 United States Scott Pruett 8
52 United States Michael Kehoe 7
53 United States Paul Dallenbach 6
53 United States Robert R. Ripple 6
55 United States Courtney Smith 5
56 United States Wally Dallenbach, Jr. 4
56 United States Tom Forgione 4
58 United States Rob Fellows 3
59 United States Phil Mahre 2
59 United States Clint Welding 2
59 United States Bob Zeeb 2
62 United States John Heinricy 1
62 United States Aaron Wilson 1
64 United States Mike Dougherty 0
64 United States Mike Downs 0
64 United States Jamie Galles 0
64 United States W. K. Gonzalez 0
64 United States Phil Kalusha 0
64 United States Jim Moyer 0
64 United States Jim Pallas 0

References[edit]

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