Group 44 - Jaguar XJS

Click below to see our feature on the Group 44 Trans Am Jaguar XJS:

SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) hosts their annual show for Vendors and Buyers of performance aftermarket products at the Las Vegas Convention Center. CLICK HERE to take a look at the 1997 SEMA show.
1997 Trans Am Championship - Ford Mustang Cobra

The 1997 Trans Am series was dominated by Tom Kendall and the Ford Mustang Cobra. CLICK HERE as we take a look back at the Ford Mustang Cobra and the impact it had on the Trans Am championship.

After winning the 1988 Trans Am Driver's and Manufacturer's championship Audi entered the 1989 IMSA GT series with an Audi 90 Turbo Quattro. CLICK HERE to see our review of this fabulous race car.
IMSA GTO - 90 Turbo Quattro

CLICK HERE to check out coverage from the 2013 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Endurance sports racing cars have figured prominently in Lola's history. The Lola T-600 was one of their biggest success stories in this category. The car won in its IMSA debut and helped Brian Redman and John Paul Jr win their championships. CLICK HERE to take a quick look at this car.
Lola T-600

CLICK HERE for a quick review of the 1996 BMW M3 winner of the IMSA GTS-2 Manufacturers Championship.

SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) was founded in 1963 and is synonymous with their annual performance aftermarket show held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. CLICK HERE to see our coverage from the show.

CLICK HERE to see the vehicles on display at Reno's National Automobile Museum.

CLICK HERE for a look at the Petersen Automobile Museum.

CLICK HERE for the 2016 edition of the SEMA show at Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum was established in 1956 to display race cars and historical artifacts associated with the Indianapolis 500. CLICK HERE to see some of the museum's collection.

CLICK HERE to look at the vehicles housed at Australia’s National Motor Racing Museum in Bathurst, NSW.

The first SEMA trade show was held in 1967. In 1977, the show moved from Los Angeles to the Las Vegas convention center. CLICK HERE to see how those that work in the automotive aftermarket have transformed vehicles.

CLICK HERE to see ZOOMPICS coverage of the 2018 SEMA show.

The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (MSHFA) original located in Novi, Michigan from 1989 to 2015 moved to Daytona International Speedway and opened in July 2016. CLICK HERE to view some of American motorsports history.

CLICK HERE for coverage of the 2019 SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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