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Drivers prepare to go racing prior to a Can-Am event. (NSSN Archives Photo)
Roll the clock back more than 50 years. You’re standing at the fence as 20 big-block-powered race cars roll toward the starter’s stand.
World Finals
Can-Am, an industry-leading division of Bombardier Recreational Products, will serve as the entitlement sponsor of the World of Outlaws World Finals presented by Can-Am, Nov. 1-3 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
Sports car racing’s booming popularity following World War II resulted in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and the CASC (Canadian Automobile Sports Club) founding the Can-Am Series for Group 7 type sports racers in 1966.
BRP unveiled a race-inspired Can-Am Maverick X3 Daytona Package during the Can-Am 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race weekend at Phoenix Int’l Raceway
The stacked intake pipes tell a unique story of innovation, unyielding power and a time when the only rules of racing were essentially the limits of men and women’s imaginations
Check out photos from the Can-Am Challenge Cup event held at the Bridgehampton Race Circuit in Sag Harbor, N.Y., on Sept. 17, 1967.
Returning to their familiar home where they ran unbridled in the 1960s and early 1970s, thundering Can-Am cars will be a popular group this year at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion.
The fifth annual Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival at Sonoma Raceway celebrated the history of the Can-Am Series, with a focus on the Shadow Cars, in sunny and warm weather as nearly 350 vintage and historic cars in 14 groups competed on the 12-turn, 2.52-mile road course in the heart of Northern California's wine country today.
Thunder will be reverberating among the Monterey hillsides as two fan-favorite groups, historic Trans-Am cars from the pony war era of 1966-1972 and the powerful 1963-1974 Can-Am cars, compete at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion Aug. 14-17.

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