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Can-Am Race at the Texas International Speedway (1969)
Daniel Redd
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    A pit crew prepares a car for a Carl Haas race team. Haas was an auto-racing impresario known for owning Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing and Carl A. Haas Motorsports. He was also the chairman of the Sports Car Club of America for a record-setting four terms.
    Hosted by the Sports Car Club of America, the Can-Am race series consisted of two races in Canada and four subsequent races in the United States. It boasted minimal restrictions on engine and horsepower boundaries.
    The drivers take their seats behind the wheel
    The race begins!
    Duct tape is the answer to every problem