1990 Trans-Am season

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1990 Trans-Am season
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The 1990 Trans-Am season was the 25th running of the Sports Car Club of America's Trans-Am Series. Tommy Kendall won his first of four driver's championships, driving a Spice Engineering-run Chevrolet Beretta.

Results[edit]

Rnd Date Circuit Location Winning driver Winning vehicle
1 March 10 Streets of Phoenix Phoenix, Arizona Finland Robert Lappalainen Ford Mustang
2 May 6 Sears Point International Raceway Sonoma, California United States Darin Brassfield Oldsmobile Cutlass
3 June 3 Addison Airport Addison, Texas United States Irv Hoerr Oldsmobile Cutlass
4 June 16 Streets of Detroit Detroit, Michigan United States Scott Sharp Oldsmobile Cutlass
5 June 23 Portland International Raceway Portland, Oregon United States Darin Brassfield Oldsmobile Cutlass
6 July 7 Burke Lakefront Airport Cleveland, Ohio United States Tommy Kendall Chevrolet Beretta
7 July 15 Streets of Des Moines Des Moines, Iowa United States Tommy Kendall Chevrolet Beretta
8 July 29 Road Atlanta Braselton, Georgia United States Tommy Kendall Chevrolet Beretta
9 August 11 Watkins Glen International Watkins Glen, New York United States Chris Kneifel Chevrolet Beretta
10 August 19 Circuit Trois-Rivières Trois-Rivières, Quebec United States Tommy Kendall Chevrolet Beretta
11 August 25 Streets of Denver Denver, Colorado United States Tommy Kendall Ford Mustang
12 September 9 Mosport Park Bowmanville, Ontario United States Dorsey Schroeder Ford Mustang
13 September 15 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Lexington, Ohio United States Darin Brassfield Oldsmobile Cutlass
14 September 22 Road America Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin United States Tommy Kendall Chevrolet Beretta
15 November 4 Streets of St. Petersburg St. Petersburg, Florida United States Chris Kneifel Chevrolet Beretta
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Championship standings (Top 10)[edit]

Pos Driver Points
1 United States Tommy Kendall 393
2 United States Chris Kneifel 295
3 United States Darin Brassfield 293
4 Finland Robert Lappalainen 244
5 United States Jack Baldwin 233
6 United States Scott Sharp 232
7 United States Max Jones 225
8 United States Irv Hoerr 216
9 United States Jim Derhaag 212
10 Canada Ron Fellows 202

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1990 Trans-Am Box Scores" (PDF). Sports Car Club of America. Archived from the original on September 28, 2012. Retrieved September 28, 2012.