1982 Can-Am season

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1982 Can-Am season
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The 1982 Can Am Series season was the fifteenth running of the Sports Car Club of America's prototype series, and the sixth running of the revived series. 1982 brought new competition for Chevrolet in the form of Hart and Cosworth. Hart would podium in three races while Cosworth would podium in two. The most dominant chassis were Frissbee, Marguey, March, VDS-001, and Ensign. Al Unser, Jr. would win at Road Atlanta,[1] Laguna Seca,[2] and Mosport[3] twice,[4] with a podium at Mid Ohio,[5] at Riverside,[6] and at Caesar's Palacae.[7] Unser would be declared champion.

Bertile Roos would take the two liter class in his Hart.

Results[8][edit]

Round Circuit Winning driver Team Car
1 Road Atlanta United States Al Unser, Jr. United States Galles Racing Frissbee-Chevrolet
2 Mosport United States Al Unser, Jr. United States Galles Racing Frissbee-Chevrolet
3 Mid-Ohio United States Al Holbert Belgium Racing Team VDS VDS-Chevrolet
4 Road America United States Al Holbert Belgium Racing Team VDS VDS-Chevrolet
5 Trois-Rivières United States Al Holbert Belgium Racing Team VDS VDS-Chevrolet
6 Mosport United States Al Unser, Jr. United States Galles Racing Frissbee-Chevrolet
7 Caesars Palace United States Danny Sullivan United States Newman/Budweiser March-Chevrolet
8 Riverside United States Al Holbert Belgium Racing Team VDS VDS-Chevrolet
9 Laguna Seca United States Al Unser, Jr. United States Galles Racing Frissbee-Chevrolet

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