2003 Trans-Am season

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2003 Trans-Am season
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The 2003 Trans-Am Series season was the 38th season of the Sports Car Club of America's Trans-Am Series. Jaguar nearly swept the season, having only garnered one win the previous year. Ford won at Long Beach. The series went to Puerto Rico for the first time in history, with hometown hero Wally Castro finishing first. The season was also the first since 1991 to feature a race outside North America (i.e. the United States and Canada).

Results[1][edit]

Round Circuit Winning driver Winning vehicle
1 United States St. Petersburg United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
2 United States Long Beach United States Boris Said Ford Mustang
3 Canada Mosport United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
4 United States Lime Rock Park United States Johnny Miller Jaguar XKR
5 United States Infineon Raceway United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
6 United States Cleveland Grand Prix United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
7 Canada Trois-Rivières United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
8 United States Road America United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
9 United States Denver United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
10 United States Miami United States Scott Pruett Jaguar XKR
11 Puerto Rico San Juan Puerto Rico Wally Castro Jaguar XKR

Final points standings[edit]

Place Driver Points
1 United States Scott Pruett 340
2 United States Johnny Miller 264
3 United States Michael Lewis 228
4 Puerto Rico Jorge Diaz, Jr. 219
5 United States Bobby Sak 209
6 United States Randy Ruhlman 186
7 United States Stu Hayner 178
8 United States John Baucom 173
9 United States Tomy Drissi 148
10 United States Simon Gregg 122
11 United States Boris Said 119
12 Australia Joey Scarallo 108
13 United States Paul Gentilozzi 85
14 United States Max Lagod 78
15 United States Bob Ruman 69
16 United States Greg Pickett 61
results incomplete

References[edit]

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