2009 Trans-Am season

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2009 Trans-Am season
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The 2009 Trans-Am Series season was the 41st running of the Sports Car Club of America's Trans-Am Series. It was also the first official season since 2005. (Although the series held two races at Heartland Park Topeka in 2006,[1] the races are considered to be exhibition events and no championship was awarded.)

Schedule[2][edit]

Results[edit]

Round Circuit Winning driver Winning vehicle
1 Road Atlanta United States Tomy Drissi Jaguar XKR
2 Virginia Puerto Rico Jorge Diaz Jr. Jaguar XKR
3 Mosport Puerto Rico Jorge Diaz Jr. Jaguar XKR
4 Mid Ohio Puerto Rico Jorge Diaz Jr. Jaguar XKR
5 Portland United States Tomy Drissi Jaguar XKR
6 Watkins Glen United States Kenny Bupp Chevrolet Camaro
7 Bluegrass Race canceled
8 Road America United States Cliff Ebben Ford Mustang

Final points standings[edit]

Place Driver Points
1 United States Tomy Drissi 193
2 United States Tony Ave 154
3 United States Simon Gregg 138
4 Trinidad and Tobago Daniel Ramoutarsingh 123
5 United States Glen Jung 102
6 United States Jerry Kinn 101
7 Puerto Rico Jorge Diaz, Jr. 84
8 Puerto Rico Edison Lluch, Sr. 84
9 United States Jim Goughary, Jr. 77
10 United States Amy Ruman 70
11 Dominican Republic R. J. Lopez 70
12 Germany Klaus Graf 68
13 United States Greg Pickett 60
14 United States Jon Leavy 58
15 United States Denny Lamers 52
16 United States Jordan Bupp 49
17 United States Cliff Ebben 45
18 United States Kenny Bupp, Jr. 45
19 United States Mike Skeen 41
20 United States John Schaller 38
21 Canada Blaise Csida 34
22 United States Bob Monette 31
23 United States Todd Harris 30
24 United States Peter Mohrhauser 20
25 United States Nick Fluge 19
26 United States David Fershtand 19
27 United States Elmer Shannon 18
28 United States Robert Foster 16
29 United States Kyle Kelly 14
United States Ronald Tambouri, Sr. 0
United States Carl Jensen
United States Terry Ward
United States Richard Grant
United States Bob Thumel
United States William Rozmajzl
United States Rob Holden
United States Jeff Emery
United States Kent Keller
Puerto Rico Edison Lluch, Jr.
United States Jim Bradley
United States Ryan McManus
United States James Yozamp
United States Tim Brown
United States Jeff Holden
United States Kevin Malone
United States Buddy Cisar

References[edit]

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  4. ^ [4] Race canceled due to delayed completion of the course.
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