Can Am Car

McLaren. McLaren cars were specially designed race cars. The Can-Am cars were developments of the sports cars which were introduced in 1964 for the North American sports car races. The development variants M1A and M1B were raced as factory cars in 1966 with Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon as drivers.

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Can-Am cars evolved at an incredible pace throughout the life of the series, a process driven by both the competition and its technical freedom. It didn’t take long for power outputs to grow and for performance to improve, to the extent that the fastest Can-Am cars were quicker than the Formula 1™ cars of the era.

McLaren Can Am Cars Listed by Model. M6A – 1967. The first car, M6A-1, was completed and ready for testing at Goodwood on June 19, 1967, more that three months prior to the opening race in the Can-Am series. The car covered over 2000 miles of testing before its debut at Elkhart Lake.

CanAm Cars. Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche, Alfa Romeo are just some of the cars you will see listed in this category

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1973 Porsche 917/30 Can Am race car driven by Mark Donahue owned by Rodger Penske and sponsored by Sunoco. The 1973 Can Am Series consisted of 8 races. The 1500 horsepower car was billed as one of the...

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Select any Can-Am model A subsidiary of Bombardier, Can-Am was originally a motorcycle manufacturer until 1987 when the brand was licensed and outsourced to CCM. In 2006, Bombardier re-introduced the brand with a new focus on recreational vehicles.

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