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SCCA Trans Am


T/A Season Entries


This list contains T/A H07 entries on a race by race basis.
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1975 -

First year for the monza in T/A would only see one entry.

Watkins Glenn 6 Hour -

GT Class


1976 -

A few more monza's would try the T/A for 1976, but the success seen in IMSA for 1976 would not transfer over yet.

Pocono -

CAT.II

    Harry Theodoracopulas - Monza (DeKon#1002) S/20 F/27 #21
    John Morton - Monza( ) DNS #28
Portland -
CAT.II

    Jim Busby - monza ( ) DNS #61
Watkins Glenn 6 Hour -
CAT.II

    Warren Agor/Maurice Carter - Monza (Agor) S/16 F/24 #13
    Michael Keyser/ Eddie Wachs - Monza (DeKon #1003) DNS #1
    Jim Trueman/ Jerry Thompson - Monza ( ) DNQ #
    Harry Theodoracopulas/ Michel Jordain - Monza (DeKon #1002) DNQ #21
Brainerd -
CAT.II

    Jerry Hansen - Monza () S/35 F/24 #44

1977 -


With a method for tuning and winning in IMSA established, T/A racers would give the monza several podium finishes in 1977.

Kent -

CAT.II

    Greg Pickett - Monza (DeKon #1010) Q/2 DNS #6
Westwood -
CAT.II

    Greg Pickett - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/3 F/2 #6
    Jerry Jolly - Monza(DeKon#1007) - S/10 F/4 #3
Portland -
CAT.II

    Greg Pickett - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/5 F/39 #6
    Jerry Jolly - Monza(DeKon#1007) - S/7 F/3 #3
    Roy Woods - Monza (DeKon #1006) S/3 F/34 #0
Road Atlanta -
CAT.II

    Jerry Jolly - Monza(DeKon #1007) - S/7 F/29 #8
    Warren Agor - Monza(Agor) - S/5 F/16(crash) #43
    Greg Pickett - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/2 F/23 #6
Watkins Glen 6 Hour -
CAT.II

    Greg Pickett/Tom Gloy - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/11 F/38 #6
    Warren Agor/Paul Nichter - Monza (Agor) S/16 F/17 #31
Hallett -
CAT.II

    Greg Pickett - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/3 F/8 #6
    Roy Woods - Monza (DeKon #1006) S/2 F/5 #1
Brainerd -
CAT.II

    Greg Pickett - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/4 F/4 #6
    Roy Woods - Monza (DeKon #1006) S/5 F/19 #1
Mosport 6 Hour -
CAT.II

    Warren Agor/ Paul Nichter - Monza(Agor) S/9 F/15 #31
    Chris Cord/Jim Adams - Monza (DeKon #1011) S/8 F/19 #19
    Greg Pickett/Tom Gloy - Monza (DeKon #1010) DSNQ #6
Road America -
CAT.II

    Greg Pickett - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/ F/31 #6
Road America#2 -
CAT.II


St. Jovite -
CAT.II

    Greg Pickett - Monza(DeKon #1010) - S/ F/5 #6


1978 -


1978 saw the Monza's still going strong in CAT.II with victories by Tuck Thomas at Portland and Jerry Hansen at Brainerd. Thomas would have many top three results to finish the season second in points in CAT.II. Overbagh/Hagen would score a GT-1 class win at Watkins Glenn. 1978 would see three of the four wins ever scored by an H07 in T/A!!


Sears Point -

CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/4 F/4 #88
    Tom Frank - Monza(DeKon #1004) - DNS #24(crash)
Westwood -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/3 F/22 #88

Portland -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/2 F/1 #88 (The FIRST win of only two for the monza in CAT.II, win #1 in T/A ever)


Roy Woods - Monza Turbo(DeKon #1006) - DNS(Turbos) #01
St. Jovite -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/4 F/3 #88
    Roy Woods - Monza Twin-Turbo(DeKon #1006) - S/25 F/24 #2

Watkins Glen 6hr-

CAT.II

    Dave Heinz/Dave McClain/Elliot Forbes-Robinson - Monza(DeKon #1014) - S/16 F/27 #11
    Chris Cord/Jim Adams - Monza(DeKon #1011) - S/10 F/5 #19
    Roy Woods/Jimmy Insolo - Monza Twin-Turbo(DeKon #1006) - DNQ

    GT-1
    Hoyt Overbagh/Billy Hagen - Monza - S/38 FOA/12 Won GT-1 Class!!(win #2 of four in T/A ever)



Brainerd -
CAT.II

Jerry Hansen - Monza(DeKon #1010) - S/4 F/1 #4(The SECOND and last win for the monza in Cat.II, win #3 in T/A ever)


    Tom Frank - Monza(DeKon #1004) - S/8 F/28DNF #24
    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/3 F/2 #88
    Keith Feldott - Monza(DeKon #1016) - S/21 F/18 #02
Mosport -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/2 F/3 #88
    Tom Frank - Monza(DeKon #1004) - S/9 F/6 #24
Road America -
CAT.I

    Keith Feldott - Monza(DeKon #1016) - S/26 F/8 #40
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/3 F/2 #88
    Jerry Hansen - Monza(DeKon #1010) - S/4 F/38DNF(coolant belt) (Monte Shelton would drive the car in the race)
    Tom Frank - Monza(DeKon #1004) - S/6 F/26DNF #24
Laguna Seca -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/4 F/5 #88
    Gerry Wellik - Monza(DeKon #1007) - S/18 F/8 #14
    Paul Traver - Monza - S/35 F/28 #25
Mexico City -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza - S/4 F/3 #88
    Daniel Muniz - Monza - S/2 F/25 #48

1979 -

Although Monza's were few, they were strong. Tuck Thomas was always a threat, finishing the season once again in second place.

Mexico -

CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza - S/ F/2 #88
    Daniel Muniz - Monza - S/5 F/10 #48
Westwood -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/3 F/3 #88
Portland -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/5 F/23 #88
Watkins Glen 6 hr -
CAT.I

    Billy Hagan/Hoyt Overbagh - Monza - S/39 F/19 #29
CAT.II

    Chris Cord/Jim Adams - Monza(DeKon #1011) - S/12 F/41DNF #19
Mosport -
CAT.I

    Keith Feldott - Monza(DeKon #1016) - S/12 F/dns #40
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - DNS #31

CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza() - S/3 F/20 dnf #88 6th-CAT.II
    Bruce Waller - Monza() - DNS #77
Trois Rivieres -
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza - S/3 F/2 #88
    Gerry Wellik - Monza - S/ F/4 4th-CAT.II
    Bruce Waller - Monza - S/ F/12 5th-CAT.II
Laguna Seca -
CAT.I

    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant#001) - DNS(Crash)
CAT.II

    Tuck Thomas - Monza(DeKon #100?) - S/11 F/9 #88 9th-CAT.II
    George Follmer - Monza Turbo(DeKon #1006) - S/5 F/15(trans) #01 15th-CAT.II

1980-


For 1980 the series changed to a single class(GT-1) format, with strict limitations on turbos. It was hoped that the glory days of the old T/A would return, and throughout the 1980's and 1990's the SCCA saw some of it's closest racing ever with this "new" class. Sadly, this would be the last competitive season for the H07 racers.
One week after Mt. St. Helens erupted, Mark Pielsticker would take a brilliant win at Portland. He would later finish fifth in the season championship.

Hallett -

    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/26 F/8 #33
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/27 F/15 #31
    Carl Shafer - Monza(Stairs) - S/14 F/23 #21

Portland -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/ F/1 #33 (This marked the last professional road-racing win for an H07 in North America. Win #4 of four in T/A ever)


Carl Shafer - Monza(Stairs) - DNS #61
Watkins Glen -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/ F/16 #33
Road America -

    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/9 F/2 #33
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/20 F/11 #31
Brainerd -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/ F/25 #33
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/ F/6 #66
Trois Rivieres -
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff)- S/9 F/24 #31
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/ F/27 #66
Westwood -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/ F/17 #33
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/ F/15 #66
Laguna Seca -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/8 F/3 #33
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - s/14 F/4 #66
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/28 F/11 #31
Riverside -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/4 F/3 #33
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/18 F/9 #66
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/17 F/14 #31

1981-


By 1981, H07's were relegated to being "also-rans" in a series where just a year before they were in contention for the championship. The glory days of previous seasons were quickly fading away for the H07 racers. The only high points of the season would be Jerry Hansen Qualifying SECOND(!!) at Brainerd and Mark Pielsticker finishing fourth at Portland.

Charlotte -

    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant) - S/18 F/14 #33
    Bob McGraw - Monza - S/DNQ F/19 #47
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/11 F/9 #11
Portland -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant) - S/13 F/4 #33
    Paul Decker - Monza - S/30 F/23 #
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/25 F/10 #
Limerock -
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/28 F/15 #11
    Jeff Jones - Monza(DeKon#1016) - S/DNQ F/33 #
Road America -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant) - S/12 F/33 #33
    Jerry Hansen - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/6 F/47 #50
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - DNS #11
Brainerd -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant) - S/11 F/24(suspension) #33
    Jerry Hansen - Monza(DeKon#1010) - S/2 F/31(engine) #50
    Art Siri, Jr. - Monza(Huffaker) - S/29 F/40 #11

Trois Rivieres -

    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/26 F/12 #31
    Gerry Wellik - Monza(DeKon#1007) - DNS #50
Mosport -
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/24 F/13 #31
    Jerry Hansen - Monza() - DNS #50
Laguna Seca -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant) - S/18 F/23 #33
    Ardi Oji - Monza(Gallant) - S/20 F/36 #61
    James Kersey - Monza(Hinchcliff) - Q/33 DNS
Sears Point -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant) - S/27 F/26 #33
    Ardi Oji - Monza(Gallant) - S/13 F/9 #61

1982-


1982 would be known as the "ALSO RAN" year for H07's. Although monza's had no trouble qualifying, breaking into the top ten would be a struggle. Mike Rounds at Road Atlanta(12th), Ardi Oji at at Sears Point#1(11th), and Mark Pielsticker at Laguna Seca(11th) would come close, though.

Road Atlanta -

    Mike Rounds - Monza(DeKon #1010) - S/24 F/12 #33
Sears Point#1 -
    Ardi Oji - Monza(Gallant) - S/28 F/11 #61
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/24 F/27 #34
Portland -
    Ardi Oji - Monza(Gallant) - S/32 F/35 #61
Laguna Seca -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/18 F/11 #34
Road America -
    Mike Rounds - Monza(DeKon #1010) - S/36 F/19 #33
    Dick Kantrud - Monza - S/28 F/38 #15
Brainerd -
    Mike Rounds - Monza(DeKon #1010) - S/31 F/20 #33
    Jerry Hansen - Monza - S/14 F/36 #44(this was a last minute entry)
Sears Point2 -
    Mark Pielsticker - Monza(Gallant #002) - S/18 F/14 #34
    Glen Fox - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/25 F/23 #15(engine)

1983-


H07's still show their presence in the 1983 T/A, but the only high points of the year is the appearance of the Buick Skyhawk of Bob Lee with a Buick V6.


Road America -

    Keith Feldott - Monza(DeKon #1016) - S/43 F/23 #46
Moroso Park -
    Brent O'Neil - Monza(Band&Trivette) - S/18 F/24(engine) #61
    Bob Lee - Skyhawk(V6) - S/16 F/28(oil leak) #98
Sears Point -
    Glen Fox - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/25 F/12 #19
Summit Point -
    Bob Lee - Skyhawk(Buick V6) - S/33 F/28 #98(engine)
Portland -
    Glen Fox - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/29 F/15 #19
Mid-Ohio -
    Gordon Hunt - Monza(SHR) - S/29 F/dnf26 #81

1984-


After competing for nine years in trans am, The H07's were nearing the "Retirement Age" as far as race cars go. Battling for "Also-ran" status was very disrespectful for these fine roadracers. Just two appearances for 1984.

Road America -

    Keith Feldott - Monza(DeKon #1016) - S/21 F/23 #46
Green Valley -
    Glenn Fox - Monza(Hinchcliff) - S/17 F/22 #17


1985-


Due to the five year rule for SCCA Trans-Am car model types, this would be the last season H07's would be legal to run. By this time H07's were lucky to even qualify, having no real chance of cracking the top ten. This would be a sad end to a car that was near dominate from 1977-1980.


St. Petersburg -

    Bob Lee - Skyhawk()- s/37 F/dnf34 #98

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