1987 Can-Am season
|1987 Can-Am season|
The 1987 Can-Am Teams season was the twentieth and final running of the Sports Car Club of America's Can Am Series and the eleventh and final running of the revived series. For 1987, the series added March 85Cs from CART, although some continued to use the old prototypes. Bill Tempero was declared champion. The Marches acted as a "single seat Can Am" group, replacing the old Formula 5000 cars.
|Round||Date||Race||Duration||Winning Driver||Winning Vehicle||Winning Engine|
|1||May 3||Willow Springs||48 laps||Buddy Lazier||March 85C||Chevrolet|
|2||June 7||Hallett Motor Racing Circuit||36 laps||Al Lamb||Frissbee GR2||Chevrolet|
|3||June 19||Milwaukee||110 laps||Bill Tempero||March 85C||Chevrolet|
|4||August 16||Sanair Super Speedway||60 laps||Bill Tempero||March 85C||Chevrolet|
|5||September 6||Pueblo Motorsports Park||56 laps||Bill Tempero||March 85C||Chevrolet|
|6||November 1||Phoenix International Raceway||50 laps||Bill Tempero||March 85C||Chevrolet|
- "Can-Am 1987 « OldRacingCars.com". oldracingcars.com. Retrieved 2014-02-18.
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