1974 IROC Chevrolet Camaro
|Engine Type||350-cubic-inch Chevrolet V8|
|Color||Golden Brown Metallic|
One of 15 1974 Camaros built by Roger Penske and Jay Signori for the second season of the International Race of Champions (IROC). Piloted by A.J. Foyt, Johnny Rutherford, David Pearson, Jody Scheckter, Brian Redman and James Hunt from 1974-77 in IROC series II, III and IV.
Restored to its livery when A.J. Foyt finished second at IROC II finale on February 14, 1975 at Daytona International Speedway. Sold April 28, 1977, from the IROC group to Dean Jamieson. The current owner purchased No. 10 in 1990 from Brian Redman, one of the original drivers who raced it in IROC. It has been with the current owner for 20 years.
Of the many historic races, it has competed in, highlights include Monterey Motorsports Reunion and Coronado Speed Festival.
|Date||IROC Venue||Driver, Place|
|October 26, 1974||Riverside International Raceway||David Pearson, 4th|
|October 27, 1974||Riverside International Raceway||Johnny Rutherford, 7th|
|February 14, 1975||Daytona International Speedway||A.J. Foyt, 2nd|
|September 13, 1975||Michigan International Speedway||Jody Schecketer, 10th|
|October 25, 1975||Riverside International Raceway||Brian Redman, 8th|
|September 18, 1976||Michigan International Speedway||James Hunt, DNF|
|October 17, 1976||Riverside International Raceway||Jody Scheckter, 3rd|
Professionally maintained by ArrowLane (Scottsdale, Arizona) since 2012. The engine, built by Terry Smith of Hi Power Specialties (Phoenix, Ariz.) in July 2013, was winterized in August 2018 with approximately 10 hours on it. Drive shaft retains Penske stampings. New clutch installed in 2019.
This famous, interesting car has great eligibility – including Monterey Motorsports Reunion!
Previously on display with 28 other vehicles significant to A.J. Foyt’s racing history at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s “A.J. Foyt – A Legendary Exhibition.
Letter from IROC stating this car’s history. Bill of Sale and letter from Brian Redman to current owner. Letter from Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum to current owner. Photo album of period photos and news articles covering IROC series. ArrowLane receipts from 2013 to 2018 totaling greater than $45,000.