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PostSubject: NSA TA2 Series Background   Fri 26 Jan 2018, 11:12 am



TA2 Racing:
- The Ford Mustang
- The Dodge Challenger
- The Chevrolet Camaro


History:
In a reflection of the ongoing muscle car battle for supremacy that has raged for nearly 50 years, transcending tracks, showrooms and garages across America, Trans Am is putting the pony back in the paddock and back on the racetrack with TA2, powered by AEM.

Today:
With car counts regularly in the 40's, there’s no getting around it—TA2 is the hottest property in road racing. TA2 combines the prowess of a purpose-built racing platform, tailored to the grueling conditions of sprint format racing, with relevant manufacturer power plants and the unmistakable silhouettes of today’s muscle cars. TA2 represents the best value platform in racing, with engines capable of lasting an entire season and cost control measures that allow drivers to fully focus on racing, not the financing of it, while showcasing their talents and skill.


Future:
TA2 is the reinvigoration of Road Racing in North America, iconic performance machines that are relevant from the track to the show room floor. They’ve attracted drivers in droves, quadrupling the class in 2012 and setting record attendances from race to race. They’ve put on shows of consistent side-by-side racing and continue to break their own track records and, as the platform becomes more and more refined, all while maintaining its cost controlled approach.



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